And Johnny Depp, proclaimed a style icon by the Council of Fashion Designers of America, was a no-show.
After being a no-show in court in September, a warrant went out for his arrest.
She had expected to be seated next to Rudolf Nureyev but the dancer was a no-show.
The next day, with about a dozen reporters lurking in the Legislative Building, Brooks was a no-show at his own news conference.
When our selected volunteers began stalking Phil, he finally appeared to many users for whom he had been a no-show.
Because Wright was a no-show in criminal court to face the loud music and pot bust he already had an outstanding warrant.
But Hilltop was running out of money to pay Young for the no-show job.
Designating a nonexistent worker or job, usually on the public payroll: a no-show job Sonny got him
Someone or something that fails to keep an appointment, use a reserved seat, etc: Snowstorm a no-show/ The airline figures about 20 percent no-shows (1941+)