There has been a lot of discussion here about the various definitions that people use to determine whether or not someone is a celebrity when posting here. I've even been told by one of the moderators that the official stance is that they've left it to the members to "loosely define." So, let's define it by contributing to a democratic vote. I, for one, think that it's pretty objectively clear that, by the general nature of this board, a "celebrity" is someone that has a relatively high level of MAINSTREAM media visibility and recognisability. Obviously there are geographic variations on this and the internet does not have geogrpahic boundaries. So, someone who has MAINSTREAM media visibility in Australia or the UK, but not in the US, can of course be considered a celebrity. However, a person that has only achieved awareness within a niche, non-mainstream group (models, gay porn stars, etc.), in my opinion, are NOT celebrities under the assumed general intention of this board and posts about them should not clog up our shared space. Thoughts?