Tinseltown


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Tinseltown

n. Hollywood, California. She’s talented and has her eye on Tinseltown.
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Understandably, the news has caused ripples (with an 'r') through Tinseltown as the full, shocking consequences of this new trend sink in.
RICH RICKY: He may never work in Tinseltown again after his Golden Globes performance, but Ricky Gervais doesn't need to.
Tinseltown is truly alive with Tees Pride today - well done to everyone who supported this great project.
This man has obviously worked in Hollywood--and White's monumentally rendered phrases do evoke the famous sign advertising Tinseltown and its mythology.
Jatin Patel was lifted after a huge undercover drug squad operation targeted the Tinseltown star's home.
Many Tinseltown celebrities joined together to put on an extraordinary Tribute to Heroes television special.
What nobody seemed to notice, however, was that Tinseltown had once again tipped its cap to patriarchy by selecting a relatively shallow "boy flick" over three stories about strong women (Chocolat, Erin Brokovich, and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon).
In her latest novel, Files explores the lives of three women who are trying to make it through all the drama of Tinseltown.
Cinemark USA owns and operates Tinseltown, a 20-screen theater complex in El Paso, Texas.
Una "tropa" de dos mil tejano-fans de la "Reina del Tex-Mex", invitados especiales, actores y periodistas hispanos y anglosajones se avalanzan y atestan el Tinseltown Theatre el pasado 17 de marzo en la tan esperada premier en nuestra ciudad.
Summary: Hollywood starlets Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes are the talk of tinseltown amid rumours of a split
Every leading man in Tinseltown seems to have suddenly decided to sprout a beard.
Galaxy, the buzz of excitement across Tinseltown was greater than anything the NFL could have inspired.
Actor John Carlyle is known primarily as the sometime lover of Judy Garland, but his book Under the Rainbow: An Intimate Memoir of Judy Garland, Rock Hudson and My Life in Old Hollywood (Carroll and Graf) is more than a kiss and tell: It's a treasure trove of gay Tinseltown secrets.