sleb


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sleb

(slɛb)
n
a celebrity
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Well, anyone who has listened to Radio Wales over recent months will have noticed that the station has morphed into a celebrity love-in, with all grades of slebs furiously making love to each other, metaphorically speaking.
Perhaps it's because, unlike the plebs, the slebs are known quantities (some of them anyway) and less interested in food or cooking than giving their sorry little careers a boost.
Secret Millionaire it was not - the slebs having been strictly forbidden to flash their cash from the off.
3 (Beijing: Minzu Chubanshe), 2525-26, has two entries for "o- brgyal; dka' las khag po dang thang chad pa, "difficult(y) and tiresome/ing," and lam zhugs kyi mgron po slebs par khams bde zhu ba'i zhe tshig gam thugs rje che zhu ba, "a polite way for
ITV's desperate Big Star's Little Star: Slebs invading their kids' privacy.
Actually, the "big" difference is that this copycat series is for slebs and their real-life partners.
Celebrity Big Brother: Live Launch C5, 9pm It's what winter evenings in were made for, as has-beens and couldn't-get-panto slebs bitch and smoke.
Actors, singers, politicians, models, reality TV stars - London is overrun with slebs and I was determined to have a star story to tell.
ITV1, 9pm There's one thing better than slebs doing things for charidee - sexy ones doing things for charidee.