- n. Someone on an A-list.
“You know, Second string, Mort of the Month type of character fronting as an A-lister.”
“A-lister Clooney adopts a quieter, less showy pose as a troubled lawyer torn between his loyalty to firm honcho Sydney Pollack and his pal Wilkinson, who gives an astounding performance as an erratic, manic-depressive lawyer at the breaking point.”
“Why spend $250,000 to get one A-lister, when we could spend $5,000 on fifty different local celebrities?”
“B-list legal celebrities will get you nowhere, and we both know UM Law ain't gonna shell out for an A-lister.”
“The Grammy Award-winning diva is the latest A-lister to appear on the sixth season of Runway, following guest judging appearances by Lindsay Lohan, Rachel Bilson, Rebecca Romijn, and Eva Longoria Parker.”
“While surprising that an A-lister such as Manning is not under contract in a couple months, it is hard to envision a scenario where he is not a Colt.”
“And I have never heard of this Anna girl before, she is no A-lister.”
“Unless, that is, you're a stylish A-lister like Rihanna or Diane Kruger.”
“Tony Stark — the man behind the mask — was never an A-lister like Spider-Man or the Hulk.”
“Jones has now become a staple of UFC events on both Pay-Per-View and Versus, often performs in front of sold-out live crowds and last week was bizarrely name-checked in a YouTube video by Hollywood A-lister and admirer Rosario Dawson.”
Looking for tweets for A-lister.