swooner

swooner

(ˈswuːnə)
n
a person who swoons, or pretends to swoon
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Soulful swooner Jay Sean stepped on stage last Thursday evening and revved up the crowd at the venue's F1 opening party.
To their surprise, genre shingle XYZ Films ("The Raid") encouraged them to make "the romantic one": a supernatural swooner called "Spring" that bowed at Toronto last fall.
Or when it inked former ``Melrose Place'' swooner Andrew Shue?
The museum already houses a bunch of memorabilia from legendary teen idols such as '40s swooner Frank Sinatra, The Partridge Family's David Cassidy, '80s pop princess Debbie Gibson and old school boy band New Kids on the Block.
Ahi estaba y era real: Swooner, "el desmayador" Sinatra, llamado Ojos azules en blanco y negro, junto a los tremendos hermanos Joseph y Rocco Fischetti.
The best song wasn't the single," sang Frank Ocean at the start of his 2012 Pharrell Williams-helmed swooner "Sweet Life," and neither were a number of the producer's greatest cuts.
Just as a woman switches from a light-hearted daytime perfume to a moody swooner at night, the garden can change character after dusk.
IT may be George's third year as a sexy swooner, but he just gets better and better.
After an Off Broadway run in last year's "Regrets," 19-year-old Elgort will appear in a trifecta of anticipated adaptations: Kimberly Peirce's "Carrie" reboot, next-big-thing dystopian thriller "Divergent" and teen swooner "The Fault in Our Stars.
Unlike the story's colorful gang of roustabouts, who dismiss ticket buyers as "rubes," the filmmakers clearly value their public, crafting a splendid period swooner that derivers classic romance and an indelible insider's view of 1930s circus life.
These days, if you buy the right equipment, you can watch "Avatar" in 3D from the comfort of your living room, while the only way for most audiences to see the two bigscreen endeavors that impressed me most this year--Luca Guadagnino's sensory-overload swooner "I Am Love" (from Magnolia) and Lee Chang-dong's soul-searching Korean drama "Secret Sunshine" (picked up more than three years after its Cannes debut by IFC)--was via VOD.