red light fever
 n.— «Which is tosh of course, because the exceedingly plain Ms Millard (she could be Anne Robinson’s sister) is a blatant attention-seeker who’s never been the same since Liz Hurley told her she had magnificent breasts. She also seems to have forgotten that her job is to report the news, NOT to make it. Methinks the lady is suffering from what’s known in the trade as Red Light Fever.» —“Now Rosie looks a right, er, twit again” by Carole Malone Sunday Mirror (United Kingdom) Sept. 9, 2001. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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