appearance money

appearance money

n
money paid by a promoter of an event to a particular celebrity in order to ensure that the celebrity takes part in the event
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appearance money

n (for TV show etc) → Honorar nt; (= attendance fee)Sitzungsgeld nt
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ASCOT'S new appearance money scheme has got off to an inauspicious start, with just four runners declared for today's beginners' chase.
If you saw Germaine Greer enduring the Keith Lemon treatment on Through The Keyhole and thought "Blimey, how desperate is she for appearance money these days?
Top golfers don't usually come to India due to absence of big prize money tournaments and high appearance money.
The windfall for one shot of golf equals the entire prize fund for the European Tour event, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary, and matches the reported appearance money that will go to top draw Tiger Woods, Sport24 reports.
Smith (right) knows a gold medal there will enable him to up his appearance money when he returns to reality shows, immediately after the Games.
The official also revealed that since 2008, the Dubai Marathon stopped giving appearance money to top runners, but the turnout for the event has increased tremendously.
GOLF: Tiger Woods does not deny that appearance money is one of the factors in determining where he plays.
The former Bluebirds fans' idol admitted this week to playing while injured to getting appearance money just to pay off gambling debts.
One cut is long overdue, a cut in councillors' wages, appearance money etc.
But Cardiff have been unable to bring in new players this summer and were forced to ask players to defer bonuses and appearance money.
However, MailSport understands the offer was only rejected because it was so heavily weighted on appearance money.
The Board's contribution to appearance money, which is integral to the VAT Scheme for racehorse owners, will be frozen at pounds 1.