popstrel

popstrel

(ˈpɒpstrəl)
n
a young, attractive female pop star
[perhaps from popst(er) + -rel]
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So sang Kylie Minogue anyway, and, while you probably won't hear the pint-sized Aussie popstrel at their events, that seems to be the ethos behind Liverpool club night Vintage.
All very lovely if you're a teenag popstrel attending Coachella, but not exactly 'real life' trends.
The popstrel looked simply sensational as she took part in the prestigious ceremony outside the TCL Chinese Theatre.
e Mama Do popstrel hit the headlines last week while attending a celebrity bash at London's Madame Jojo's with her boyfriend Oliver Cheshire.
While Marks & Spencer concentrates its efforts on gathering inspirational women for its ad campaign - Baroness Lawrence is an incredible woman but what M&S customer does popstrel Rita Ora appeal to?
For reasons best known to itself, the luxury arm of Toyota have picked Kylie Minogue as the marketing face of the car, possibly because, like Kylie, it is small and very expensive or maybe (and much more likely) the tiny popstrel adds a hefty touch of glamour to a car that is somewhat deficient in that department.
At Clemenceau's Bardo lounge last summer, Khodr performed a no-holds-barred tribute to iconoclastic popstrel Lady Gaga as well as whacked-out German artist Klaus Nomi.
Hegarty sings every syllable with honesty and feeling, and his delicately warbling voice is matched only by that of Icelandic popstrel Bjork, who joins him on the sublimely simple yet unpredictable track Fletta.
Plus popstrel Pixie Lott brings her new fashion range to Lipsy at Liverpool One.
GABRIELLA CILMI Ten The Aussie popstrel is all grown-up and ready to rock out.
Popstrel Lily Allen fared little better with her collection for New Look.