Definition of 'celeb'
Example sentences containing 'celeb'
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Here, he tells us all about his celeb pals and the secrets to his success. The Sun (2017)Like those onstage, many of the celebs attending were of the more vintage variety. The Sun (2016)Watch our video and see more naked celebs at Fabulousmag. The Sun (2016)As he introduces another series showcasing the culinary delights of his homeland, he sends a tongue-in-cheek warning to other celeb chefs. The Sun (2016)Too many celebs and sports stars are given awards. The Sun (2011)Luck has the same name as a celeb chef. The Sun (2008)What kind of celebs will we see on the show? The Sun (2012)When we asked celebs if they wanted to take part they liked the idea. The Sun (2010)These stylish male celebs are making it cool for men to care about what they wear. The Sun (2016)Most have an unrealistic idea of what they should look like as many celebs have had surgery. The Sun (2015)Have any celeb chefs been in touch? The Sun (2016)They see celebs and politicians as fair game. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Medics will monitor the many celebs nursing injuries. The Sun (2008)Far more useful to society than celeb chefs. Times, Sunday Times (2009)So what celebs might one see there now? Times, Sunday Times (2015)How many celebs does it take to consume a bag of crisps? The Sun (2008)But what about his fellow celeb chefs? The Sun (2010)It is so nice to see a celeb who can still enjoy simple pleasures. The Sun (2007)So each week we ask a male celeb to tell us about their must-have things. The Sun (2012)So each week we ask our favourite male celebs to share their must-have stylish buys. The Sun (2010)Why not shock your celeb pals with one of these Peaches? The Sun (2006)So each week we ask a male celeb to share their must-have things in their life. The Sun (2011)She admits she would much rather look at pictures of Fearne than any male celeb. The Sun (2013)
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