- Blend of stalker and paparazzi. (Wiktionary)
“A rash of celebrity car chases, including one involving Lindsey Lohan, inspired a new so-called stalkerazzi law in California.”
“Tonight's is the season 17 opener, wherein the crime is the murder of a police officer, shot while investigating a neighbouring apartment that was once the home to a "stalkerazzi" celebrity photographer.”
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“HAMMER: And of course, along the way -- and, Dennis, I want you to chime in on this -- the term "stalkerazzi" has arisen.”
“Any proposed “search” for him creeps into the realm of stalkerazzi.”
“You'd think as a grown man Breitbart could confront Blumenthal in a manner that wasn't reminiscent of the stalkerazzi.”
“Shelby asked, lifting a hand to the camera as if Tiff were a stalkerazzi.”
“About 10 cameramen encircle Fitzgerald as he strides purposefully toward Constitution Avenue, where he hails a cab and gets in, leaving the stalkerazzi standing there, and bewildering the cab driver.”
“Is there a solution, then, to the current, potentially dangerous stand-off between the stalkerazzi and the celeberati?”
“No one is certain yet whether the two-wheeled stalkerazzi who swarmed Diana and Dodi's Mercedes last week directly caused her death.”
“ANDERSON: But while people may be registering their distaste with Britney ` s stalkerazzi (ph) on the streets, they are also registering their approval at the newsstand by buying the many magazines that feature these paparazzi photos of Britney.”
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