Examples of showbiz in a Sentence
Sometimes the critics love you and sometimes they hate you. That's showbiz.
Recent Examples of showbiz from the Web
Kudlow, a longtime fixture on CNBC, would satisfy Trump's impulse to add a little showbiz to his administration.
As luminaries like Steven Spielberg, Gal Gadot, Tom Hanks and Reese Witherspoon dined on a salmon lunch, festivities began with AFI's annual 'March of Time' video, which recounts over 100 years of showbiz.
Ready to take on showbiz, Mahoney quit his job and started taking acting classes and soon got his first role in David Mamet’s Water Engine in 1977.
Still brash and confident, Rose Marie has plenty of colorful anecdotes, including her many brushes with mob legends like Al Capone and Bugsy Siegel, who were closely tied to showbiz.
Remember when the Golden Globes TV ceremony was showbiz's biggest party?
During his decades-long career, Clifford represented some of the top names in showbiz, politics and sport.
But the tale of stars spinning out of the orbit of the sun that birthed them is a familiar showbiz narrative.
The singer simply known as Selena was honored Friday with a posthumous star in one of showbiz's most visible landmarks.
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Origin and Etymology of showbiz
First Known Use: 1872See Words from the same year
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