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Not for them all the glitz and glamour and a large payment from a popular magazine. The Sun (2016)Yet the 46-year-old insists hard work and graft rather than glitz and glamour have been the foundation for his side's golden period in history. The Sun (2016)Use it alone or to add glitz to any lip colour. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Suddenly the glamour and the glitz went out of the game. The Sun (2009)Perhaps you are swayed by the glitz and glamour. The Sun (2008)Yet there is showbiz glitz amid all the finery. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Nor is he averse to a bit of showbiz glitz. Times, Sunday Times (2016)New friends add glitz and excitement but it is plans you share with an old loyal friend that will get rewarding results. The Sun (2011)Surprise guest Beyoncé did glam glitz in super style in a blue sequin maxi gown. The Sun (2014)Going straight to stadiums was supposed to add drama, glitz and glamour. The Sun (2015)I would love to watch all the glitz and glamour. The Sun (2011)Maybe snooker could learn a few things from this; shortening the game and bringing in some glitz and glamour. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Money that's been set aside in secret could surface just in time to add some glitz and glamour to your festive plans. The Sun (2014)I had 15 years of glitz and glamour. The Sun (2016)A new friendship adds glitz to your life - but the old pal you trust most makes your richer. The Sun (2009) Bring on the glitz - sequins are back, but with a twist. The Sun (2014)The show is about big-time glamour, glitz and razzmatazz. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Of course, it's not all glitz and glamour for the freelance financier. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Forget the glitz and glamour of the Nineties and Noughties. Times, Sunday Times (2008)For all the glitz and glamour, something about Dubai made me feel distinctly uncomfortable. The Sun (2009)To that, the Russian has added the glitz from his own life and brought in famous players. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Love will have glitz and glamour on the surface, but underneath it's grounded in reality and mutual respect. The Sun (2016)FANCY experiencing the glitz and glamour of Hollywood first-hand? The Sun (2013)
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