Journalists who chase celebrities. (This is a mainstream word but submitted as a subtle variation from ambulance chaser
Princess Di was killed in an auto accident while being chased by paparazzi.
1) Comes from a character in the film 'La Dolce Vita' directed by Federico Fellini. 'Paparazzo' is the name of a celebrity photographer in the film.
2) Short, anoying, balding photographer with a taste for long lenses.
Ciao Paparazzo' que bella la Italia
Italian for "annoying fly." Used as described in the above definition.
the paperazzi are why i dont want to be famous
photographers and other people involved in the media, who follow people, especially celebrities, in order to look for stories
The Paparazzi are all over this town. They are such assholes.
Amateur photo-journalists who have found a way to capitalize on the uninteresting stuff famous people do.
I'm going to become a paparazzi so I can take pictures of celebrities eating lunch and make tons of money!
There are two definitions.
1.) The 4th released song by American pop music artist Lady GaGa.
2.) Term used in America for people with cameras that basically stalk a celebrity and take pictures of them. Italian for " annoying bug".
1.) "I'm your biggest fan I'll follow you until you love me, papa paparazzi!" - Paparazzi, Lady GaGa
2.) I can't believe when Tiger Woods left the grocery store there was no paparazzi to take pictures of him!
In addition to the typical use of this word to refer to celebrity chasing by the media it also is a sexual term. In the sexual term giving a girl a paparazzi is when you are having sex with her and have a bunch of your friends bust in during the middle of the act with camcorders and cameras and take pictures.
Greg was drillin' his old lady and we all broke into the room took pictures and gave her a paparazzi.