Hello crossword solvers!
We have a common love for Daily Celebrity Crossword and we are here to help you finding the right answers. We know how annoying it can be thinking all day for the last clue so this is your little escape for help.
Our website is updated daily with all the answers from Daily Celebrity Crossword and if you are looking for older ones feel free to use the search box or the calendar/archive.
Best regards from our Team!
Daily Celebrity Crossword Answers December 16 2017
NOTE: Click any of the clues below to reveal the answer
500 sheets of paper
“Take a long walk off a short ___!”
Makeup for eyelashes
Rest ___ (place for a highway driver to take a break)
Removes the skin from potatoes
“Based ___ true story”: 2 wds.
Small items on an abacus or a rosary
Funny bone’s location
Bathroom, in Bath
What a magician uses to cut someone in half
“Moonlight” actor Mahershala
“Wonder Woman” star Gadot
“___ ’em!” (command to a guard dog)
Actor John of Fox’s “The Exorcist”
ISP known for Buddy Lists
Rightmost color on the French flag
Maze-running rodents: 2 wds.
Donald Duck’s girlfriend
Street of horror film fame
Neither this ___ that
Put on a happy face
Sparrows and swallows, for example
Vehicle for rough terrain
Neglect to mention
Compete in a regatta
Cookie that was introduced the month before the Titanic sank
“The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets’ ___”
MyFitnessPal or Pokémon Go, for example
___ and con (sides in a debate)
Nonmetallic weapon for Professor Plum
Google Earth graphic
Prefix for “logical” or “engineering”
Great Lake near Niagara Falls
“Some ___ born great …”
Garbanzo or lima, for example
Taiwanese computer giant that bought Gateway in 2007
“I warned you!”
___ Turnblad (Tracy’s mom in “Hairspray”)
Opera singer who was buried in Paris’s Père Lachaise Cemetery, though she wasn’t French: 2 wds.
Noteworthy time in history
Landscaper’s roll of grass
Title for a married woman: Abbr.
With 35-Across, playwright who was buried in Paris’s Père Lachaise Cemetery, though he wasn’t French
Its capital is Montgomery: Abbr.
Long-handled tool for a gardener
“Don’t bite off more than you ___ chew”
Like people in their 90s
Roker and Pacino, for two
“Better Call Saul” star Odenkirk
Rock singer who was buried in Paris’s Père Lachaise Cemetery, though he wasn’t French: 2 wds.
Barbary ___ (primates in Gibraltar)
“___ Slave 4 U” (Britney Spears hit): 2 wds.
Quarry for a predator
Held a match to
Loses all power, like a smartphone
Sound of a cork coming loose
Visitors from Venus, maybe: Abbr.
Place to insert a coin