An occasion of very extravagant media coverage, esp television: It'll be a media circus (1990s+)
The media circus, just as Webster predicted, worked to his advantage.
Hilton described the media circus that surrounded her first moments out of jail as "pandemonium."
The ensuing trial and media circus were for Geimer as traumatic as the night itself.
He and Cressida are still together but he may be afraid of creating a media circus.
Jenny Sanford stayed home from the media circus and she was much praised for it.
It was based on the media circus that surrounds Kate Middleton.
He resigned in disgrace amidst the media circus that only a tabloid culture born in a country founded by Puritans can muster.
One thing is certain: the Pistorius trial is shaping up to be as big a media circus as the Simpson spectacle.
Her testimony may not be another “monkey court,” but it almost certainly will be a media circus.
Indeed, several have taken minor jabs at the candidate himself and the media circus that's followed his every move.