all-singing all-dancing


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all-singing all-dancing

adj
having every desirable feature possible: an all-singing all-dancing computer.
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The show kicks off in splendid all-singing all-dancing style as each of the much-loved Scooby characters is brought faithfully to life.
The all-singing all-dancing robot with a nifty line in comic chat had the crowds queuing up along the quayside on Friday.
Gok resisted the temptation to steam in and attempt to dazzle with a big all-singing all-dancing collection.
GLEE, the all-singing all-dancing TV hit show, is to be screened on Sky from this autumn.
It seems the pundits would have this vessel be all-singing all-dancing (i.
With the all-singing all-dancing EastEnders live 25th anniversary episode looming, the Beeb's overhyped Archie-bargy dirge is too inanely implausible to be even remotely compelling.
Fergie, 34, real name Stacy Ann Ferguson, plays the part of vampish prostitute Saraghinain in the Rob Marshall movie, and she has to perform a vigorous all-singing all-dancing routine in the film.
Hollie Steel, from Accrington, Lancashire, has wowed the judges in the next edition of the ITV1 show, with an all-singing all-dancing performance of I Could Have Danced All Night from My Fair Lady.
The thing is that just 14 months ago Whole Foods Market had not heard of it either when it finally opened its all-singing all-dancing 80,000 sq ft temple to organic produce in Kensington High Street.
Step back in time next week at an all-singing all-dancing show on Tyneside.
Amid the hype surrounding the new all-singing all-dancing services to come, I have read very little about the contribution the Racing Channel has played in bringing excellent racing coverage to punters, trainers and owners alike.

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