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show business

the entertainment industry, including theatre, films, television, and radio
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Everyone in showbusiness is saying I'm better than Chaplin
But it was to be the Empire theatre which was to see the start of Handel's long connection with showbusiness, as an 83-year-old Nancy recalled back in 1999.
The only reason to write about a life in showbusiness is to point out the absurdity of it all, because very little is consequential.
Graydon, who continued to ride out as he embarked on his showbusiness career, died last week.
He began his career at the Daily Record in the 1960s and became chief sub editor at the Sunday Mail before becoming showbusiness editor, retiring in 1999.
It may be one of the richest cultural cities on earth, but it's long been dealt a poor hand in the showbusiness world.
The 44-year-old singer shocked her friends by splitting from her long-term manager Terry Blamey, who helped launch her into showbusiness when she was 19.
He wants the academy to open up the world of showbusiness to people of all ages with classes in drama, musical theatre and broadcasting.
Summary: Now in its 13th year, the Pride of Britain Awards 2011 attracted a whole host of names from the world of showbusiness, music and sport.
COVENTRY kid Vince Hill has made it to the top of the showbusiness ladder.
I thought, if journalism is as precarious as showbusiness I might as well have a go at showbusiness.