luvvie


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luvvie

, luvvy
Facetious a person who is involved in the acting profession or the theatre, esp one with a tendency to affectation
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I wouldn't go as far as to say it was just a bunch of pampered luvvies taking themselves far too seriously, but it did feel a bit like this year's dress code had been changed from black tie to sackcloth and ashes.
THE luvvie fest that was last week's National Film and TV Awards really separated the divas from the down to earth.
The star, 27, got tons of praise from luvvie types at her Broadway debut in After Miss Julie.
And she did out-luvvie the luvviest luvvies in Tinseltown with her avalanche of 'I love yous' to everyone, from her parents to her co-stars.
It's always been my ambition to have a go at being a luvvie.
Rhona says: "The key to accepting a Luvvie is not to take yourself too seriously.
After greeting one another on the set in Hawaii with lots of luvvie hugs and kisses, they then held hands and started dancing around.
SO Kevin McKidd has joined the band of Scottish actors who have gone into luvvie mode and had a wee snigger at their native land.
In other words, Sir Sean isn't actually a spy licensed to kill, he's a luvvie and they write ballets.
SUPER-SIZED self-satisfied sycophantic luvvie extraordinaire Stephen Fry hosting the wash-out BAFTAS with all the pizzazz of a pompous librarian who thinks he'd be good on Call My Bluff.
The BBC2 designer prog - hosted by luvvie Laurence Llewelyn Bowen and gardener Diarmuid Gavin - pulls in one million viewers.
I BET Pete Price feels really pleased with himself for calling Jordan a "slag" in the ECHO (Oct 19) But I wonder whether he was brave enough to call her this name to her face, as he posed for that luvvie, duvvie pic with her.