campery


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campery

(ˈkæmpərɪ)
n
campness
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And he's even more irksome now following his inglorious exit from Strictly Come Dancing - the nation having collectively said, "Nah, nah, nah" to his cha cha cha - a sickly sweet confection of John Inman campery and Sydenham's chorea that put the majority of folk watching at home off their suppers.
Her sudden honking laughter, her craziness, her rich, throaty, slightly metallic voice, her high campery and her beautiful brown eyes.
Her sudden honking laughter, her craziness, her rich, throaty and slightly metallic voice, her high campery and her beautiful brown eyes.
There's some campery from Sir Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi, as well as footage from Ant and Dec, Paul O'Grady and Mary Berry.
From the excellent Gavin McKay as fading producer Max Bialystock or the gloriously over-the-top campery of director Roger Debris, played by Connor Jones, his personal assistant Carmen Ghia, played to perfection by Fraser Hill and their entourage of gay stereotypes who warmly send up the cliches associated with homosexuality.