I'm afraid that too many reviewers are disappointed when a memoir is not a dishy tell-all, serving up personal, intimate details.
He was 61, but still undeniably dishy in his own way.
If that wasn't enough, he plays a dishy , sensitive stand-in father in the film, which is guaranteed to have the nation swooning and asking for more.
The dishy trashing of the film by the reviewer is not only heartbreaking, it's downright offensive.
Amidst lean bishops, solemn aristocrats and pale ladies who died in childbirth, Duke Robert lies vibrant and dishy through history.
Stocking four flavours of dishy , piquant womanhood, it treated the audience to one tasty conundrum after another.
The mugging was merely the pretext for heavy-duty flirting between a dishy detective and Keelin, the lovelorn physiotherapist.
And I have to say Kyra you have been disappointing us because all of us who love those dishy gossip stories every now and then that we usually don't admit to, you guys never give us anything.
Our suddenly dishy protagonist discovers that a ravenous appetite for human flesh is a small price to pay for popularity.
I haven't joined yet, partly because Danny Wallace is a bit dishy , and passport photos of me are dreadful, and partly because I wasn't quite sure I was up to the regular acts of selflessness.