VAMPY


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VAMPYVerbally and Mathematically Precocious Youth
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Even Pat Buchanan, in his vampy style, warned of a coming "civil war" within the party.
IN THE EARLY 1970s, when Stephen Schwartz's musical Pippin needed a boost at the box office, Bob Fosse made a little TV spot featuring a few catchy bars from the score and sixty seconds of seductive, newly minted choreography for Ben Vereen and two vampy chorus girls.
Aside from "Cat and Mouse," Nikki & Rich's brightly melodic gems include the vampy "Money Chaser" (featured on the July season premiere of HBO's Entourage), the Motown-esque "On the Run," (based on Holland-Dozier-Holland's "[Love Is Like A] Heat Wave"), the swaggering "Next Best Thing," the world-weary "Fine," and the tears-on-your-pillow weepie "Show Ya," which Nikki jokingly calls their "'50s prom theme song.
I'd seen those promo clips of a vampy ballet dancer pirouetting around foggy Montego Street and was expecting something mystical, enchanting and other-worldly.
Meanwhile, a vampy red gown offers an affordable option for debutantes wanting an edgy look for their upcoming ball.
VAMPY dark red nails never go out of fashion whatever your budget.
But I wanted to make this one a real North East thing and Donna looks stunning, vampy and sizzling.
Real couldn't hate her, though, especially as she'd paired the gorgeous gown with a side-swept updo and matching vampy red nail polish.
This album plays to the band's strengths and Louise Quinn's vampy, seductive and dramatic voice is at the forefront, particularly on Here's To Us.
Potentially sticky moments like teenage Mike being seduced by his daughter's vampy classmates ("I was kicked off the cheerleaders for being too flexible
The vampy, campy, good-time ghoul will kick off Halloween weekend at the Edgar Allan Poe National Historical Site with her interpretation of The Raven, then it's off to a haunted prison and a party at a hotel where Bram Stoker penned portions of Dracula.
Pam Ferris has great fun playing vampy Avril, with a blonde wig, lots of cleavage and six-inch killer heels.