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luvvies

[ˈlʌvɪz] NPL (Brit) (pej) (= actors) → gente f de la farándula
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Because the Instagram luvvies all rave about animal yoga classes.
Or as one shocked paper splashed all over its front page: "TV LUVVIES SNUB ANT AND DEC", claiming a more diverse RTS judging panel had committed a form of televisual treason on par with asking what Holly Willoughby's talent is, by overlooking everyone's favourite boys next door.
Can you imagine the backlash and uproar the luvvies and feminists would have caused if it had been the other way round, baying for his blood, and of course demanding his immediate sacking?
So the Luvvies are feeling the pinch, oh dear, but I'd like to welcome them to the real world.
WHATEVER anyone may think of Donald Trump, it was disturbing to see liberals and luvvies reacting to his victory with the out-and-out aggression they profess to abhor in others.
luvvies Dame Helen Mirren with Danny DeVito and his daughter Lucy
"Bring it on, you ranting luvvies and fat bankers," said Liz.
WE LOVE SITCOM TOAST OF LONDON (10.50pm CHANNEL 4) THE way Matt Berry and Arthur Mathews' sitcom sends up luvvies should make Toast Of London as much a part of our cultural heritage as Ab Fab once was.
A working class girl who gave it good and proper to the luvvies down south.
NO doubt there are those among London's luvvies who think anyone north of Watford spends their time racing greyhounds, piling coal in the bath or playing bingo.
MPs should be chosen from local people and elected by the local party members not by the London luvvies.
Looks like these fearless luvvies won't be put off by anything!