master of ceremonies

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a person who acts as host at formal occasions (makes an introductory speech and introduces other speakers)

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but the gong for best dressed has to go to this year's mistress of ceremonies, Audrey Tatou.
At the opening-night banquet, IES Illumination Awards Committee chair Jim Toole and mistress of ceremonies Megan Carroll presented 14 Illumination Awards to an international group of lighting professionals (full coverage of the IA Awards appears in LD+A, November 2012).
Tina Hooker served as Mistress of Ceremonies, as well as a reader.
Mistress of ceremonies Marjorie North and Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe's Emmanuel Avraham led the entertainment, and a record inexpensive34,000 was raised.
Anna Katharine Mansfield will again be the mistress of ceremonies, and SNL hopefuls Hans Walter-Peterson and Fritz Westover will entertain attendees while the teams undertake different wine-related chal-lenging tasks.
Sumit Bhasin, global leader of innovation P&G Prestige, accepted the award and Amy Fine Collins, special correspondent to Vanity lair and International Best-Dressed List Hall of Famer, served as mistress of ceremonies.
SCISSOR Sisters mistress of ceremonies Ana Matronic admitted she is certain to get emotional tonight at Glastonbury.
Martha Raddatz, ABC News chief foreign correspondent, was mistress of ceremonies.
The shoot even ties in with her new Las Vegas burlesque extravaganza Peep Show, where she plays mistress of ceremonies Peep Diva.
Entertainment], who acted as mistress of ceremonies.
WJBF News anchor Jennie Montgomery was the mistress of ceremonies for this year's program.
The Air New Zealand Cargo Auckland Export Awards dinner is set down for 8 August at the Hyatt Regency Auckland with mistress of ceremonies Ginette MacDonald.
Harriette Cole, EBONY'S Creative Director, served as mistress of ceremonies.
NAMME Chair Mei-Mei Chan, vice president of advertising for The Seattle Times, will serve as the mistress of ceremonies for the awards program.
Mistress of ceremonies was Debi Jones, who said: "The ECHO Fashion Show is a fabulous day out and, with a lot of new names on the catwalk, this year is better than ever.