showbizzy

showbizzy

(ˈʃəʊˌbɪzɪ)
adj
characteristic of showbiz
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The songs aren't showbizzy. So many new musical numbers you hear now, if you didn't know what song it was you would instantly know it was a Broadway song.
The songs aren't showbizzy. It's a rock'n'roll show with a storyline on one level, it's a fairytale on another level, and it's as enjoyable and silly as a Carry On on another.
"He's the least showbizzy person - he didn't even know I was in Corrie when we met.
Instead, we get a reasonably likeable line-up of showbizzy types including Scots exhibitionist John Barrowman, DIY SOS presenter Nick Knowles, Jamie Redknapp's dad, an X Factor runner-up and a former EastEnders actress.
He said: "When I had my first album out I was in the promotional phase but if I'm not actually promoting something, I'm not really a showbizzy guy.
Tracie, who is also mum to Callum, 27, Marcus, 25, and Jake, 21, said: "She came out showbizzy. She was such a flamboyant kid, she'd sing away to people on the bus.
TV host Luis Manzano took a break from his showbizzy gigs to learn some holiday recipes from chef Ernest 'Erns' Gala, who is the son of renowned culinary mentor Sylvia Reynoso-Gala.
After the ceremony, Sir Michael said the service "hit exactly the right note", adding: "It was the least showbizzy funeral I've been to."
This was - well, compared to Tomorrow's World - noisy, glitzy and showbizzy, and it has a studio audience joining in the fun, but don't worry, it's better than that probably makes it sound.
Showbizzy (2.30) should be well berthed in stall three on drying ground and the daughter of Showcasing looks fairly treated off a mark of 66 on her nursery debut.