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red light fever

red light fever
 n.— «Some people have red-light fever, they can’t wait to be in front of a camera. I can’t wait to be off the camera, basically, which isn’t to say I don’t get great pleasure when it works.» —“The Revenge Of The Nerd” by Peter Wilmoth Age (Melbourne, Australia) July 10, 1994. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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