- n. alternative spelling of pop star.
“What do you call a popstar with a biscuit on his head?”
“The popstar is a self-professed fan of Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Hizbullah which fought a deadly 34-day war with Israel in summer 2006 that killed some 1,200 Lebanese, mostly civilians, and 160 Israelis, mostly soldiers.”
“A number of viewers complained that the popstar was a poor replacement for choreographer Arlene Phillips, who was axed in the summer.”
“One referred to Barack Obama as a "popstar" and referenced an election in Poland in which a younger politician promised much but delivered little.”
“I am a blogger! what so cool about that title? man what i really really want to do just once is to eat a packet of chicken rice in my class during recess and talking cock with friends on the table or squatting on the floor like ah bengs. but of course squatting would make me look fat since i got thunder thighs and using our screen to show a movie or a comedy. whatever works. ooh a ken hirai song has come up. i wanna watch his 'popstar' mtv! ok im guessing this would be one of those really no subject entries so anyway go my prev entry or tricked to see a more interesting entry. my mother is letting me use the other comp at night, so i suppose i can go msn and maybe add more stuff to my msn spaces what a sad life i have this year. oh wait i have a strange craving for puzzle fighter!”
“Justin Bieber, a 15-year old Canadian popstar not long ago encountered some trouble on his mall uncover at a Roosevelt Field Mall.”
Looking for tweets for popstar.