1. A name applied derisively to a person who uses a word, phrase, or expression that is at odds with his everyday vocabulary, and usually sounds pretentious and artificial (a "Hollywood expression").

Most often used in the phrase "What are you, Joe Hollywood?"

Derived from the TV show Seinfeld.
George: Uh, can we cut to the chase?

Jerry: "Cut to the chase"?

George: Yeah...

Jerry: What're you, Joe Hollywood?
od uživatele Bourbon Diction Andy 22. Říjen 2009
Joe Hollywood is an American Internet Celebrity. His popularity started very young when networking on MySpace. He is known for having popular quirky status updates on several social media websites and his blog JoeHollywood.org. He has networked well over Millions of people.
Dude: Is that Joe Hollywood from MySpace?
Girl: MySpace is so dead, but I remember him, LMAO!

JoeHollywood.org
od uživatele MikeJ39 06. Červenec 2011
Joe Hollywood also known as Joe Newport is an American Internet celebrity on MySpace and Facebook. He has networked over a quarter of a million people between the two sites giving him the title of the most famous teenager on the internet. He has over 1,550,000 comments on his MySpace giving him another title of the most commented teenager in the universe.

myspace.com/joehollywood
OMG, is that joe hollywood prancing around hollywood boulevard?
od uživatele Kxx 23. Září 2008
Myspace celebrity, made famous for his wide range of music and photos, can be seen in London is starbucks, or hanging out in MAC, He is a St lye icon for the masses, and works as a Photographer and makeup artist. He hangs out with the likes of cloe corpse and other myspace whores. He has been known to socialize with Jeffree star and MikaDoll, And is regularly on the London night life scene
"OMG looks it Joe Hollywood"
"Joe Hollywood is Well FIT"
od uživatele JoePerfection 01. Únor 2008

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