- n. slang Hollywood, especially its movie industry.
“Now, "Tinseltown" is sort of a reflection on the L.A. scene and all that.”
“Three Hollywood leading ladies came clean to Oprah Winfrey about the difficulty of aging in Tinseltown, washing off their makeup and opening their hearts.”
“Instead of using Phase II episodes as a calling card to get a job working as a professional in Tinseltown, apparently they used the episodes to convince the rights holder that they could do their franchise justice, creating their own opportunity to turn pro.”
“Kim Kardashian certainly spends plenty of time in Tinseltown, but she's more of a celebutante.”
“For many celebrities in Tinseltown, the entertainment business is a family affair.”
“Trust me, there are plenty of people in Tinseltown who care about art, but there are major conflicts at play that most critics of the business are completely unaware of.”
“Obviously much of that is because the top-of-the-line film cameras used in Tinseltown have come so far from the old days, and so the digitized picture is that much more amazing, too.”
“If conservatives like to label Tinseltown as leftwing, The Bourne Ultimatum should do little to assuage their concerns.”
“When Michael Finley's open 20-footer from the left wing clanged off the rim, the Mavs were saddled with their 24th straight loss in Tinseltown since December 12, 1990.”
“He'd turned her from a down-to-earth Welsh girl into some entitled Tinseltown princess.”
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