Hugh Jackman turned the Oscars into the Tonys, with glitzy musical-theater camp numbers.
In Manhattan Thursday, President Barack Obama will hold a glitzy pep rally of sorts for Democrats trying to weather the storm.
And although Levi is not gay, one could argue his face has done more for Israeli gay tourism than any glitzy ad campaign.
The sculpture, which al-Mansour modeled on herself, is designed to be glitzy, garish and covered only with a translucent shawl.
The Bangkok “fish tank” bordello is glitzy and businesslike.
Owner of Ryan Talent, LLC, she considers herself The glitzy Feminist.
Covered in an array of glitzy strands, they look like a celebrity DIY project gone horribly awry.
It is, in many ways, the picture-perfect holiday for a savvy pol: bucolic, family-oriented, tradition-bound, and not too glitzy.
And as glitzy and glamorous as it can be, it has its dark side, and it can take its toll, like it did on Chris.
As 200,000 cheered on, Pope Francis was inaugurated in a glitzy ceremony this morning.
Blatantly scintillant; flashy; gaudy: and a glitzy sister who has backed into degeneracy
[1966+; fr German or Yiddish glitzern, ''glitter, glisten'']