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Synonyms for emcee

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

act as a master of ceremonies


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Some of the best emcees out there today are Native, might I add.
Ballz became the youngest rapper to reach the finals, and it was there that both aspiring emcees met producers including Mondee, who helped further their music careers.
This has been a challenging year for publicists," emcee Jimmy Kimmel said when he kicked off the 44th annual International Cinematographers Guild Publicists Awards, which he nicknames the Pubies.
Lloyd Gyles, a 19-year-old, of Red House Crescent, is one of the area's best-known emcees.
Mercury Prize winning Emcee and producer Dizzie is setting the music world alight.
In keeping with the festival's multigenerational vision, the female emcee summit "Beyond the Bling" hosted by hip-hop artist Toni Blackman will light up the 7 Stages Theater in the artsy Little Five Points neighborhood.
Eighty-five percent of emcees you hear spit are automatically out; "You sound like Jay, man.
James had a number of firsts to his credit: first host of a TV variety show, first host of a TV sports show, first emcee of the Easter Parade telecast, first on-the-spot live TV newsreel commentator, first TV wrestling announcer, and first to appear on commercial videotape.
You can count the best female emcees on one hand, but you can only count the best on one finger
Director Nancy Dee Horak wrote this play about Libby (Hortensia Yamato) and her experiences as the proprietor of Libby's Diner, a popular teeny-bopper hangout, especially on Friday nights when Wolfman Jack (Adam Womack) emcees the sock hops.
Black emcees are missing in the underground, like they all over the commercial but they MIA underground.