A slang term used in restaurants for a table full of black people wearing bling, with grills, and/or whoreish/thuggish clothing. It is widely assumed and usually correct that on a ticket of $100 the server would be lucky to make $5 as a tip even though they will table up your entire section all night.
Me- OMG, I just got a table of celebrities.
You- Like Cameron Diaz kind of celebrity?
Me- No, like Usher.
You- Ooooo, I'm sorry. Hope you don't have rent tomorrow.
by Boldamatticus June 18, 2009
Someone who is shown on TV often, is shown in the magazines you see while waiting in lines in grocery stores, or discussed by middle and high school preppies. These people are solely for making money for people who exploit them. 99% of them do not do anything impressing or good at all, they either do something effortless (like bad acting) or something horrible (like computerized singing) I mean AT ALL. Don't believe me? Check out the list
Britney Spears, Zac Efron, Miley Cyrus, Vanessa Hudges, 50 cent, Nelly, nor any other celebrity do anything great, but are discussed by the media consistently
by Critical Acclaim October 26, 2008
Someone who gets to ride around in a Zamboni.
My definition of a celebrity:Someone who gets to ride in a Zamboni.
by LoveStruck69 April 29, 2011
Anyone with a Simpsons caricature.
Mel Gibson officially became a celebrity with his appearance on The Simpsons...
by Sammy Collin April 05, 2008
Someone who makes a fortune singing, acting and dancing yet posesses absolutley no talent in any of these fields.
Jessica Simpson, Jessica Simpsons celebrity sister Ashley, Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, etc...
by 44 September 02, 2006
A person who works hard to become well known, then wears dark glasses to avoid being recognized and complains when asked for an autograph.
A celebrity is one who is known to many persons he is glad he doesn't know.

— H.L. Mencken
by mrxskull June 27, 2013
A sparkling weasel-like creature that you often see in a movie or television show. But most of the time they're just trying to pretend they're someone else. Mark Hamill (an older celebrity) thinks he's a galactic Jedi warrior. Arnold Schwarzenegger (the longest name in the English language) thinks he's a robot from the future sent back to kill Sarah Connor. And, perhaps most bizarrely, Kristen Stewart (A.K.A. KS Bot 3000) thinks she's a rape-piñata for a werewolf and a vampire. They inhabit many places in the world, but most exist in Los Angeles, California, for a reason that has not yet been determined.

Plural-Celebriti (as in octopi)
Chris: "Hey, do you want to drive up to Los Angeles for the weekend?
Tom: "No way, dude. That place is crawling with celebriti."
Chris: "Oh, yeah. Last time I saw a celebrity, it had a crowd of venomous leeches swarming around it, frantically taking pictures."
Tom: "Haha, I'm so glad we're not celebriti."
Chris: "Totally."
by PearlJam24 November 23, 2013

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