bombshell

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complete surprise

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an entertainer who has a sensational effect

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a shocking surprise

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an explosive bomb or artillery shell

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In Sunday's episode, watched by a show record 3.2 million, Dani was shown a clip of Jack realising one bombshell was his ex, Ellie.
The father of two says: 'I used bullet shells from a gun and large bombshells to show to foreigners to help them understand the difficulties the Cambodian people have faced.
Festival favourite Tiff Stevenson asked herself the same question and came up with her new show, the appropriately-titled Bombshell.
Los Angeles, CA, May 05, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Wiles Magazine pulled out all the stops in support of Victoria Secret's first-ever international Bombshell Day.
There's a lot to distract the senses in the Inter-Dimensional Vaudevillians' Cosmic Sideshow, and really, either the madcap, bizarre creature creations of Big Nazo or the bawdy boundary pushing of Worcester's own burlesque troupe, the Wortown Bombshells, would be enough to make the event noteworthy, but throwing in the famed Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band pushes the show over the top in a big way.
JOANNA Murray-Smith has built a reputation as a playwright more than willing to tackle the complexities of modern womanhood, and Bombshells is an attempt at doing just that.
Victoria's Secret bombshells, Miranda Kerr, Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio, Erin Heatherton and Candice Swanepoel made heads turn once again on Thursday as they officially announced the launch of their summer tour.
ALAN Plater's award-winning play Blonde Bombshells Of 1943 will be staged in Wales next month.
Award-winning wartime musical Blonde Bombshells of 1943 comes to Coventry during Valentine's Day week and the Coventry Telegraph has two pairs of tickets to give away.
The Blonde Bombshells include a banjo-playing nun, a high class tart who swings with the best of them on a trombone, a bandleader married to her music and a guy trying to evade serving his country in the war.
Oscar nominations this month and Dame Judi's among the contenders for best actress in Notes On A Scandal (which hasn't even been screened in this country yet), while Universal release The Last of the Blonde Bombshells, a BBC-HBO production shown six years ago for which the great Dame netted a BAFTA and a Golden Globe.
In light of recent bombshells by Currin, Yuskavage, et al., the time may be ripe for yet another look at the postwar granddaddy of bodily transformation.