Tinseltown


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Tin·sel·town

 (tĭn′səl-toun′)
n. Informal
Hollywood, California, regarded as the focus of the American film industry and glamorous celebrity.

Tinseltown

(ˈtɪnsəlˌtaʊn)
n
(Placename) an informal name for Hollywood
[C20: from the insubstantial glitter of the film world]

Tin•sel•town

(ˈtɪn səlˌtaʊn)

n.
(sometimes l.c.) a nickname for Hollywood, California.
Translations

Tinseltown

[ˈtɪnsəltaʊn] N (gen pej) → Hollywood m

Tinseltown

[ˈtɪnsəltaʊn] nHollywood la clinquante

Tinseltown

n (usu pej)Hollywood nt
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It is a freewheeling satire that pokes fun at the ego-based craziness at the heart of Tinseltown.
It's actually very sad for the children themselves, but in the gossip world of Tinseltown, the rumors are always going around and around!
HOLY Sharon Stone, times have changed in Tinseltown.
Tinseltown will be descending on the capital next week as top stars begin shooting the new 'Arabian Nights' movie.
Yet this often feels like the sort of Hollywood family drama you might have thought that Tinseltown had forgotten to make any more (unless it was aiming to make an inferior, sillier version for either Cameron Diaz, or, more likely, Jennifer Aniston to head-Yet this often feels like the sort of Hollywood family drama you might have thought that Tinseltown had forgotten to make any more (unless it was aiming to make an inferior, sillier version for either Cameron Diaz, or, more likely, Jennifer Aniston to headline).
Tinseltown failed to see the funny side when the 49-yearold picked on Hollywood big-hitters including Charlie Sheen, Tom Hanks and Bruce Willis during his presenting stint at the Golden Globes.
5million for a pad in Ireland's capital and just EUR84,600 more to live in Tinseltown.
WE did ourselves proud last night when Tinseltown turned up on Teesside.
And despite the production's flashy casting (Joe Mantegna and Ron Silver rounded out the ensemble), "Plow" nearly ended up as the illegitimate younger brother of the playwright's "Glengarry Glen Ross," a flashier play about people even nastier than Charlie Fox and Bobby Gould, "Plow's" Tinseltown barracudas.
Boyias is a Tinseltown businessman--which may explain his Republican leanings--free to donate to whomever he wants.
In Tinseltown even the street people are apparently passionate shoe heads.
Our show shows the audience that stars are spiritual and they can connect with them," says Hasan, the CEO and founder of production company Tinseltown Entertainment.