showwoman

Translations

showwoman

n pl <-women> → Showfrau f; (fig)Schauspielerin f
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Foureira will continue fanning the flame of her music tomorrow at the State Fair in Nicosia at 8.30pm, where she will show that she is a great showwoman with a voice that is full of energy and passion.
Ever the showwoman she connects with the crowd responding to a call from Jill for a particular song.
| Beyonce in Sunderland She is the perfect showwoman who leaves every single drop of herself on that stage.
Warm, approachable and lively - if slightly nutty - company, Rosemary is ever the showwoman. I've been invited along for a baking class, and no sooner has she doled out smiley introductions, coffee and pastries, she's grilling me on the nitty-gritty of my bread-making skills.
She looked like a perfect little white china doll in the centre of that vast black stage - and what a showwoman!
Saturday's performance was a corker, proving that with a back catalogue that Britney would kill for, a dancer's grace and a showwoman's sense of occasion, Madonna is one of the few pop stars who can pull off a stadium show.
It showed me what a great showwoman Madonna is and how cool she is in understanding the appetite of the media and giving them exactly what they want."
It stands to reason that the "gallants" displaying their sartorial excesses would gather to watch her pageantry and cheer or jeer her only to be fleeced by a pack of pickpockets working hand in glove with the showwoman. Her unconventional lifestyle required a good store of apparel to keep it up and a heavy purse.