One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A well-known person invited to take part in a radio or television programme on which they do not regularly appear.‘lots of celebrity guests were lined up for the show’
- ‘The series had become infamous for the way she used cutting comments to put her celebrity guests in their place.’
- ‘Expect the unexpected as top celebrity guests join in the fun with Norton and his irrepressible audience.’
- ‘He actually conversed with his celebrity guests, not the ritual of telling a rehearsed anecdote and showing a clip from the movie to be plugged.’
- ‘The show will air immediately after the main programme and will feature celebrity guests and an interview with that week's eliminated contestant.’
- ‘He doesn't fawn over his celebrity guests.’
- ‘It is be filmed in front of a studio audience with celebrity guests.’
- ‘He explains how he recruited some of his celebrity guests through a famous cousin.’
- ‘The ultimate allure of the show will be the celebrity guest appearances.’
- ‘Joined by celebrity guests and a 300 strong audience of participants, they challenge everyone to take part in an end of year, interactive extravaganza.’
- ‘I can't wait to see how our celebrity guests fare under the spotlight.’
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