The Czech critic's bon mot about Skvorecky being a genial gossipmonger
indeed contains much truth.
Generous observers might add celebrity gossipmonger
Perez Hilton and his eponymous Hollywood site to the list; others would argue against the exclusion of closeted conservative firebrand Matt Drudge, whose powerful yet bare-bones aggregation hub, the Drudge Report, drives astronomical amounts of traffic to news Web sites big and small.
The group were fronted by Melanie Masson, later to star on The X Factor, and featured Jane McCarry - gossipmonger
Isa Drennan - on backing vocals.
Alan's our favourite bespectacled gossipmonger
and it's hard to believe that back in the beginning he didn't think chatting was one of his fortes.
Our favourite bespectacled gossipmonger
is joined celebrity guests including Jonathan Ross, Micky Flanagan, Gok Wan, Heston Blumenthal, Kirstie Allsopp and his Radio 2 co-presenter Melanie Sykes.
Some foreign politicians at a gathering over here were in a state of denial over WilkiLeaks, almost akin to the club gossipmonger
after belittling asides are revealed to all and sundry.
The cracks are appearing everywhere, as shown by the arrest this week of global gossipmonger
and Australian citizen Julian Assange.
In the March 26, 1996, issue of the Post, gossipmonger
Jerry Berger ran a Iong personality feature on Dorsey.
The classic New Age explanation for homosexuality is derived from Edgar Cayce's explanation of karma in which he uses the example of a French court gossipmonger
who, because he cruelly exposed homosexuals, reincarnated as a homosexual himself.
It started the night before Blumenthal began his new job, when the conservative gossipmonger
Matt Drudge posted an item on his Web site falsely accusing him of spousal abuse.
Weekly once referred to him as a cranky, self-exiled gossipmonger
Actress Jane McCarry is best known for her role as Craiglang's gossipmonger
But today his devastated girlfriend, Joanne Tonkin, hit back at the gossipmongers
Or maybe it's the image of these high-profile players-turnedmanagers that turns the heads of bookies and newspaper gossipmongers
All that is known about Deborah, including the existence of her parrot, however, comes from the gossipmongers
"Fame" and "Scandal," who make clear the villager's increasing dislike of Deborah.