celebrity


celebrity
noun
ADJECTIVE
international, local, national
big, famous, major, well-known
A-list, B-list, Z-list, etc.

A host of A-list celebrities turned out for the wedding.

minor

He became a minor celebrity among Manhattan's cultural élite.

favourite/favorite
instant, overnight
guest, visiting
media, sporting (BrE), sports (AmE), television
… OF CELEBRITIES
host

Tonight's show features a host of celebrities.

VERB + CELEBRITY
make sb

The show's success made her an overnight celebrity.

CELEBRITY + NOUN
profile, status
chef, hairstylist, stylist
magazine, website
gossip
client, guest
couple
culture
endorsement
PHRASES
something of a celebrity

He became something of a celebrity in his home town.


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