showbizzy

showbizzy

(ˈʃəʊˌbɪzɪ)
adj
characteristic of showbiz
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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.
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.
Flash cars are out, alcohol is a no-no, showbizzy bashes not even on his radar.
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.
Besides all the showbizzy sorts who inhabit Sierra Towers, there are also a slew of influential businessmen who own there, including tech tycoon-turned-philanthropist David Bohnett.
Versatile actor and former Ewok Warwick Davis hosts this revival of the showbizzy noughts and crosses format which ran from 1975 to 1997 hosted by Bob Monkhouse.
Gritty, dour Boro with a Fedora-wearing, cigar-smoking, showbizzy southerner at the helm - many couldn't believe it, yet most were fascinated and even excited by how it would go.
Changing his name to the more showbizzy Fantastic Johnny C, he found himself in the Billboard Top 10 with his 1967 recording of Boogaloo Down Broadway.
Frankly, I can't think of a less showbizzy scenario than the Liverpool Royal.