Did you mayhaps mean levies?
“The whole thing is looking good and while it is of course nothing like the real trenches, the cast have bonded putting together a really emotional play I am trying to avoid saying anything that would land me in "luvvies" were I famous.”
“Party had its "luvvies" such as Simply Red singer Mick Hucknall or actor Jeremy Irons.”
“And third, many formerly Labour-leaning "luvvies" have become alienated from the New Labour project, often because of the war in Iraq.”
“The answer is twofold: firstly, the media is run and controlled by New Labour 'luvvies'; secondly, satire requires humour and there is nothing faintly amusing about New Labour.”
“I have to pay a licence fee for the gang of over-paid left-wing 'luvvies' and oiks comprising the upper echelons of the once great BBC.”
“Ben Bradshaw urges 'luvvies' to defend BBC from Tories”
“Here we are just luvvies, which is a great shame. ”
“star David Suchet has claimed that it is "a great shame" when actors are branded "luvvies".”
“luvvies" to rally to the defence of the arts, he omitted to mention the ...”
“Now that the SNP has its majority, and its aspirations towards independence, it's all committee work and tough, sandwich-filled meetings with Whitehall civil servants, and not about pointing your steadicam at gushing, latecomer luvvies.”
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