Definition of Z-list in English:


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A notional list of the least celebrated or sought-after members of a group, especially in the entertainment industry: [as modifier]: Z-list celebrities who are famous for being famous
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  • However, there exists an even more obscure level of mini-stardom and former celebrity: those who have plunged so far from public prominence that they are no longer recognised even by the Z-list.
  • I don't mean to overestimate the influence my Z-list blog could have on any of you, but it seems from your emails and comments over the years that I have at least influenced some of you in terms of music and reading.
  • Is this true, or is this just one of her wonderful "jokes" that propelled her into the Z-list?



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  • Who are these Z-listers?
  • Where are our real celebs and why are we so overrun with all these Z-listers?
  • Who says I'm a Z-lister?

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