In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1mundo del espectáculo masculinefarándula feminine(personality/news) (before noun) del mundo del espectáculo
- So says Shawn Levy in his book on the Sinatra-led showbiz clan known as the Rat Pack.
- The 25-year old from Moss Side is making it big behind the camera in the showbiz capital of the world.
- The years roll by and each takes its toll bringing with it some well known names from the showbiz scene.
- For the thousands who queued up in the freezing cold there was only one word to describe the showbiz bash of the year - hot.
- The glamorous showbiz star has a huge cocaine addiction and it was starting to affect her work
- From Vegas, it was on to L.A. for friends, shopping and a few showbiz happenings.
- Yet it's her showbiz background that accounts for much of her toughness.
- History has opened our eyes to the lust, crime and stupidity that lurked behind the glittering showbiz veneer.
- For a showbiz child, he seems surprisingly at peace with his parents.
- Here is a fairy-tale showbiz story that's almost too corny to be true.
- This is where desperate immigrants, former showbiz stars and ancient juvenile delinquents seek asylum.
- But time is precious for these football and showbiz stars and business high-flyers.
- Second, I am delighted that the name has a wider resonance in the showbiz and literary world.
- He chats about an enduring showbiz career, and tells how the first song he ever wrote was his biggest hit.
- It has a quiet strength and integrity, not a lot of noisy showbiz pizazz.
- It is not as if they court the showbiz lifestyle at the moment.
- At the very least it could be a way back into showbiz for Michael Barrymore.
- At the time she was given her showbiz nickname she was relatively well-off; now she is simply rich.
- Is showbiz's obsession with youth the only reason why getting old frightens her?
- Milind is not stuck with the showbiz world and is aware of the murky happenings in the society around.
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