celeb

(redirected from Celebs)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal.

celeb

(səˈlɛb)
n. a celebrity. There were celebs all over the place, but nobody I recognized.
References in periodicals archive ?
Celebs Go Dating is a beautifully planned, cleverly cast, ruthlessly edited joy.
There were reports that the campmates in 2017 had lost a collective 6 stone within the first week of I'm A Celeb - with Toff being one of the stars to lose weight so clearly.
We owe a great deal of thanks to so many people - the celebs that support us, the venue, the local press, local communities - but it really comes down to ticket sales.
The list of celebs taking part hadn't been announced as we went to press, but host Emma Willis says we won't be disappointed.
so fear a number of young, male Hollywood celebs - and some are going to great lengths to keep their junk private.
Liqa said that celebs are supposed to appear in a proper and nice way in front of their fans as representatives of the Arab world, but that their appearance on Galal's "Ramez Qirsh Al Bahr" (Ramez, Shark of the Sea) portrays them in an insulting way, reports Laha Magazine.
And while we obviously wish all you celebs well (some may want to opt out with regards to Bieber), is there really any need to post a photo of your "suffering?
Designers have also contributed outfits previously worn by celebs Kate Moss and Kate Middleton.
Let me put something to you: how many celebs do you know who sit behind a desk for eight to 12 hours every weekday?
Over half of the celeb conquests were in the music business, as rock and pop stars were seen as the easiest celebs to pull.
POP star Lily Allen is one of the most negative celebs on Twitter.
I THINK I should buy shares in Royal Mail because every week I'm always buying stamps and sending off letters to various celebs.
The celebs claimed this compares with 13% from transport.
LOTS of you wrote in after our story last week about celebs having to slash appearance fees.
When they invest, some celebs are hands on, others not.