showmance


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showmance

n
informal a romance between two stars that only lasts for the run of the show
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Amy has previously stated that she didn't believe that Curtis and Maura have a long term future, hinting that it is more of a 'showmance'.
This series will be produced by Keshet Productions, the company behind Celebrity Showmance and ITVBe's When Do You Get Off?
Love Island winner Dani Dyer has denied claims that her relationship with Jack Fincham is a "showmance".
Model Tyra Banks, who was also a guest of the show, supplied the word that would encapsulate LaBeouf and Fox's brief romantic relationship: a 'showmance.'
Others have dubbed Joe and Dianne's relationship a "showmance" to boost their profiles.
I-list - You're hoping to persuade someone who used to be on TOWIE to have a showmance with you.
I suppose it's for all those "Showmance" couples who make a quick buck on the back of a reality show romance, then split up so they share the spoils evenly.
Whether it is a genuine romance or simply a 'showmance' time will tell, but it seems Taylor only knows one speed - full tilt.
Big society was picked ahead of a shortlist of words including double-dip, vuvuzela, Tea Party, preloading, upcycling and showmance.
But for rugby's sake make it romance rather than showmance.