Here is a list of idioms that refer to the entertainment industry and the people working in it. Each idiom is followed by its meaning.
To be in the limelight
To be in the limelight is to be the center of attention.
To make a clown of yourself
To make a clown of yourself is to make yourself appear foolish or stupid.
If something is referred to as museum piece, it is very old-fashioned. In fact, it is the kind of stuff that should no longer be used.
The show must go on
This is an idiom used to mean that an event or activity must continue even if there are problems or difficulties.
A dog and pony show
An event organized with the sole objective of gaining approval for a product or service.
To run the show
To run the show is to be in charge of an organization or activity.
To be star-studded
A star-studded event is one that is attended by lots of famous people from the entertainment industry.
To sing your heart out
To sing your heart out is to sing with great passion or intensity.
To steal the show
To steal the show is to do something that will win the greatest praise.