Examples of showbiz in a Sentence
Sometimes the critics love you and sometimes they hate you. That's showbiz.
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The singer simply known as Selena was honored Friday with a posthumous star in one of showbiz's most visible landmarks.
This season’s switch-up means a lot of complication to ask a sitcom audience to follow, which may be why surreal romantic-workplace-showbiz-eschatological comedies do not have a long track record on network TV.
Yet, Broadway is one of the great equalizers in modern showbiz, its physical demands capable of humbling even the most seasoned entertainers.
In what was one of the more bogus faux retirements in the history of showbiz, James Murphy’s angsty funk band LCD Soundsystem are back in business six years after staging a Madison Square Garden farewell concert that was billed as their final show.
Then comes the dark material familiar from any rise-fall-comeback showbiz doc.
On the Twentieth Century Classic musical comedy about showbiz types aboard a luxury passenger train traveling between New York and Chicago.
THE PROGNOSIS John McCain’s surprise, middle-of-the-night thumb down that sunk his party’s Obamacare repeal bill last week made for perfect political showbiz.
Tsuchiya began her career in showbiz as a model and actress and is perhaps best known in the U.S. for her portrayal of the scrappy delinquent in the movie Kamikaze Girls.
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Origin and Etymology of showbiz
First Known Use: 1872See Words from the same year
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