pro-celebrity

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pro-celebrity

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pro-celeb

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(of a golf tournament, snooker tournament, etc) involving both professional players and celebrities
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LET'S PLAY DARTS FOR COMIC RELIEF BBC2, 9pm Darts players are typically a no-nonsense bunch, so it's not surprising that this new pro-celeb series does precisely what it says on the tin: famous faces play darts, in aid of Comic Relief.
The trio had been playing at the pro-celeb charity Alfred Dunhill Championship at Carnoustie Links in Aungus.
As the 25-year-old and his dad Gerry took part in the pro-celeb charity Alfred Dunhill Championship 2014 at Carnoustie Links in Angus, the beauty watched on.
With Scots Martin Compston, James McAvoy and Kevin Bridges in the team, we certainly have something to shout about in the pro-celeb game this weekend.
30pm) It appears Strictly Come Dancing has won the Saturday night light entertainment battle, frequently thrashing arch-rival The X Factor in the ratings - not bad for a pro-celeb ballroom contest hosted by a man in his eighties.
Casey was speaking to our sister publication the Gulf Daily News after taking part in the Bahrain Invitational Golf Pro-Celeb Team Competition at the Royal Golf Club.
Casey was speaking to the GDN after taking part in the Bahrain Invitational Golf Pro-Celeb Team Competition at the Royal Golf Club.
The pro-celeb tournament will undoubtedly be great fun for both the competitors and the spectators, and I am also looking forward to seeing more of the kingdom during my weekend visit.
The weekend of events and the unique pro-celeb tournament will undoubtedly provide terrific entertainment for visitors from Bahrain and across the region.
Anyway, there are some intriguing pro-celeb partnerships tonight - Phil Taylor and Phil Tufnell, Barry McGuigan and John Part, while Wayne Mardle teams up with Michael Le Vell.
Chris, now 50, still plays regularly on the pro-celeb circuit and raises money for her favourite charities
It was not so very long ago that pro-celeb matches served only to give meaning to the existence of Kenny Lynch, Tarby's pal and a man whose reasons for being famous have been lost to the mists of time.