Here are the answers to Daily Celebrity Crossword Wednesday November 15, 2017
Spiny plants in the desert
Unilever brand of body spray
Love to Pepé Le Pew
___ to Billie Joe (hit song of 1967)
Government group in many Tom Clancy novels: Abbr.
Roo’s mom in the Winnie-the-Pooh series
Hit single from 31-Across with the lyric we’ll ride them someday: 2 wds.
___ the Walrus (Beatles song): 2 wds.
Venomous snakes along the Nile
Group that publishes American Hunter magazine: Abbr.
Going through on an itinerary
1971 Rolling Stones album that has a working zipper on its cover: 2 wds.
Ugly as ___
Company that’s discontinuing its AIM service
Takes advantage of
What the T stands for in NATO
#1 hit single from 31-Across with controversial lyrics: 2 wds.
Excuse that might exonerate a suspect
___ Eye Is on the Sparrow (extensively covered gospel song)
Be sorry about
Kiss guitarist Frehley
Body part missing from the killer in The Fugitive
Gotta run!: 2 wds.
Made the acquaintance of
Kentucky Derby month
___ Yun-fat (Hong Kong actor)
Comic actor ___ Baron Cohen
If the shoe fits ___ it
Receptacle used to make devil’s food red velvet and marble creations: 2 wds.
Ex-___ (former prisoner)
Tax-deferred savings plan: Abbr.
Compact ___ player
Daughter of Tom Cruise
December 24 and December 31 for example
Product made by Pirelli or BFGoodrich
Speak disrespectfully to
Mix with a spoon
Tree with longleaf and loblolly varieties
Group that awards the Vince Lombardi Trophy: Abbr.
2005 hurricane that devastated New Orleans
Spinning toy on a string: Hyph.
Spiritual leader often portrayed perching on a mountaintop
Downton ___ (former British drama)
Miracle ___ (term for a 1980 Olympic hockey victory by the USA): 2 wds.
Liability’s opposite on a balance sheet
1980s music duo whose name included an exclamation point
Small unit of weight in the metric system
Luminous New Age-y glow
Rodent hero of Ratatouille
Franken and Sharpton for two
Position of a golf ball
Mike and ___ (candy brand)