popette

popette

(pɒˈpet)
n
informal a young female fan or performer of pop music
[C20: pop2 + -ette (sense 2)]
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The popette posted pics of her in a hospital bed, with the message, "Just know I am OK.
For a 'please look away now' embarrassing example of an old rock guy getting frisky with an all-action young popette, Dirty Love, a hook-up between Ke$ha (25) and Iggy Pop (65), is hard to beat.
KATY PERRY Teenage Dream (EMI) PERRY'S popette album is a sunny set that's arrived too late for the summer, especially now we're fed up to the back teeth with California Gurls.
There were glitter cannons, elaborate stage sets and countless costume changes as we saw the nation's favourite popette morph into Japanese Kylie, Cheerleader Kylie, Prince Charming Kylie and Hello Sailor Kylie, which kept the camploving crowd grinning like Cheshire cats.
Take France, which has just honoured that delightful popette Kylie Minogue by making her a Knight in the Order of Arts and Letters - for her contribution to French culture.
This video features the popette in a codpiece doing little other than flashing her cleavage.
But it was news to me that The precocious popette from no-horse town Kentwood, Louisiana may not have been foisted on an unsuspecting world had it not been for the Spice Girls (yeah, cheers Widnes Spice and all the other Spices) and that.
Still, we should stop selfishly caring about trifling issues like frontline cutbacks and be grateful that our royal popette is highly unlikely to suffer any career-linked exhaustion.
She be the smarty-pants popette who almost single-handedly won University Challenge for her Oxford college, before the team were stripped of their title after a ringer was discovered in their ranks.
Calm down, popette, you should simply be glad that he took any kind of interest in this demented, pointless show.
Kylie Minogue has had a good innings - 35 is on the antique side of decrepit for a popette.