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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Some of the most famous names in the arts have written to the Prime Minister urging him to protect this precious cultural institution, only to be sneered at as "a luvvie elite".
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.
He resigned after the first revived Dr Who series, as the poor luvvie fretted over being typecast.
Nanny Daisy Knight was sacked by Sadie Frost, Law's ex-wife and mother of his three children, so obviously saw a chance of a little luvvie retaliation, making a few bob into the bargain.
Suspects include a pervy priest, a luvvie actor and an East European drug pusher.
Rhona says: "The key to accepting a Luvvie is not to take yourself too seriously.
In fairness things did end on a high with Dame Helen Mirren's rousing speech about the importance of teachers but even then I felt like she was talking more about teachers in the luvvie sense than the "2+2 = 4 and straighten your tie, boy" sense.
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.
The theatre luvvie was initially quoted as a 1/6 chance to go.
THE luvvie fest that was last week's National Film and TV Awards really separated the divas from the down to earth.
The poor luvvie taken out of the game and it's uncertain whether he'll be fit for the World Cup after breaking a bone in his foot after that dirty Duscher tackle.