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Most of the piece focuses on trying to stay calm and accept the kinds of semi-innocent drama queens and low-level troublemakers that populate any office environment.
Oyelowo worked with the Disney on last year's chess drama Queen of Katwe, and will next be seen Doug Liman's sci-fi thriller Chaos Walking and the Blumhouse production Only You.
Macy’s created a line based on Adrian’s costumes for MGM’s 17th-century drama Queen Christina (1933) starring Garbo.
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DRAMA QUEEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of drama queen for English Language Learners
: a person (especially a woman) who acts as though things are much worse than they really are
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