n. A blog written by a celebrity; a blog devoted to a particular celebrity or to celebrity news and gossip.
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We might never meet them face to face but, in the virtual world, rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous is easy.

Right on trend, as always, the ex-Spice Girl has created her own online "blog" where she shares intimate details of her fabulous life with anyone who cares to read it. Here, RACHEL PORTER and POLLY DUNBAR look at the best and worst "celeblogs" that the web has to offer.
—Rachel Porter & Polly Dunbar, “Victoria Beckham is the latest celebrity 'blogger', writing diary-style extracts on the internet to let her fans know just what she gets up to,” The Express, January 26, 2007
Ruben Garay has announced he's shutting down his preeminent B. Spears fan site, World of Britney (www.worldofbritney.com) because, he says on the site, the sometime crotch-baring former Mouseketeer "keeps losing her identity and credibility within fans and industry people."

Garay says that, although he plans to set up a general celeb blog, which will cover Brit as needed, "it's clear I believe Britney is unfortunately done (for me at least)."
—Tirdad Derakhshani, “Anarchy loosed upon the land,” The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 29, 2006
2001 (earliest)
The journalistic celeblog has its roots in fertile soil — the hallowed tradition of "Nobody asked me, but…" columns that newspaper hacks have for decades used to fill space with short-paragraph rambles on the folly of Liberals, the folly of Conservatives, or the folly of the guy who invented the shrink wrap on compact disks.
—Tim Cavanaugh, “First Drones of History,” Suck.com, February 27, 2001
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