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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Then there are the 'luvvies' who receive honours for, well basically, merely doing their jobs of acting, singing and dancing etc, and many are paid obscene amounts of money for doing so.
LUVVIE: Pippa Nixon as Titania and Marc Wootton as Bottom in the RSC's new version of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
She wrote: "I am tempted to say less of the 'apoplectic apparatchik' as an apt riposte to his rather low 'livid luvvie' put-down."
THE luvvie fest that was last week's National Film and TV Awards really separated the divas from the down to earth.
Rhona says: "The key to accepting a Luvvie is not to take yourself too seriously.
Stewart Jackson branded her an "overpaid, leftie luvvie" while Steve Baker accused her of "doing our country down".
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.
But as Lord Olivier said, "That's why it's called acting, darling." 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.
My acting career is taking off, dahling, Peter is a sweetie and I am definitely a luvvie. Never mind Holyrood...
It's always been my ambition to have a go at being a luvvie."
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".