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  • n. Plural form of popstar.


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  • The first album is a weird one cause it has quite a few songs that aren't very Girls Aloud, but very 'we created a girlband on a show called popstars, and this is what girlband-albums sound like', like Forever & A Night, Don't Want You Back and All I Need / All I Don't (that one actually sounds a bit like Fix Me Up!!).


  • I think a lot of your 'opinion' lies in the way you feel for each of these popstars, which isn't really objective at all.


  • Kelis was one of the only 'popstars' who could do the urban hip-hop / r'n'b stuff with credibility.


  • No other "popstars" on here can claim immunity from criticism, so why should he?


  • No more dramatic actors or popstars – leave it to the professionals so says I. Reply graeme

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  • With the public being fed images of scantily clad, hyper-sexualized popstars and actresses, one has to conclude that the correlation between looking cheap and acting cheap is often a reality.

    Nate Zubal: Modesty In Fashion

  • True, you popstars are even closer to god according to Mathew than our high frequency traders.

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  • Chung did a decent job on Popworld, with the right mix of music know-how and a willingness to take the piss out of popstars, so it sounds like a good fit.

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  • Boing Boing: Terrorizing popstars with an accordion

    Boing Boing

  • The truth is we're starting to have a hard time telling the difference between under-age popstars, but we're comforted by the fact that we know the difference between Jonah Hill and Seth Rogen (most of the time).

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