celebrity wrangler
n. A person who negotiates with a celebrity's agent, manager, or publicist to ensure the star's attendance at a social event.

Example Citation:
'Those are powerhouse people — major Hollywood players,' says Patricia Barnstable Brown, perhaps the only Derby party hostess with two other halves: husband David Brown and her twin sister, Priscilla, a determined celebrity wrangler who lives in Los Angeles.
—C. Ray Hall, "Destined for the Derby," The Courier-Journal, April 27, 1999

Earliest Citation:
Celebrities attending the All Star MS Rodeo will be well fed Sunday night, thanks to Al Biernat, manager of the Palm restaurant, and celebrity wranglers Marty Rendleman and Jean Kibler.
—Alan Peppard, "Could be an instant replay," The Dallas Morning News, March 24, 1995

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