Blythe Danner, who is currently starring in a Broadway production, believes her daughter was born to entertain.
What does B2E stand for?
B2E stands for Born to Entertain (documentary)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of B2E
- Brigade and Below Command and Control
- Battalion and Below Command and Control System
- Brigade and Below Command and Control System
- Boards, Bureaus, Centers, Cells and Working Groups
- Back to Desktop (software, crash)
- Backup to Disk
- Bored to Death
- Born to Dance
- Business to Disabled (movement to empower disabled people to have their own business)
- Business to Distributor
- Business to Education
- Business to Employee
- Business to Enterprise
- Business to Future (Lisbon, Portugal)
- Burbridge, Burbridge, Fowler, and Hoyle (astronomers)
- Boot to Gecko (open source operating system)
- Business to Giving
- Business to Government
- Black 2-Hander (Runescape gaming)
- Bridges to Health (health care program; New York State Office of Children and Family Services)
Samples in periodicals archive:
CAPTION(S): Young Niall learns to cook Aged five and born to entertain Niall gets the girls going in Marbella With 1D bandmates Niall with dad Bobby Bobby says his famous son still has his feet on the ground
He formed "The Move" a Brummie Five, The Midland sound had come alive, A new dawn arrived, "The Move" were gone, ELO were born I guess Roy moved on, His creation for him didn't last that long, He'd re-invent himself another sound, another song, This magician created another guise, A Wizzard appeared before my eyes, They rocked and jived then called it a day, So it was on his own for Roy to play, He was a pioneer, a music great, He was born to entertain and create, He did it in a way that no one could, That's Birmingham's own "The Great Roy Wood.
I was born to entertain," Tisdale said on his Web site, waymantisdale.
Byline: Hyder Jawad Chief Football Writer Like all players who are born to entertain, Jason Koumas regards the limitations of the substitutes' bench with the same trepidation as a bird might regard a cage.
But allow this possibility for a moment: he believed he had been born to entertain the world, to take us `out of ourselves'.