teenybopper


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teenybopper

A teenaged girl who closely follows or adheres to the trends and preoccupations typical of adolescence, especially as defined or directed by popular culture. The pop-idol's concerts always draw tens of thousands of teenyboppers. You're nearly 30, Janet, but you still act like some airheaded teenybopper.

teenybopper

(ˈtinibɑpɚ)
n. a young teenager, usually a girl. The teenyboppers moved around the mall in droves, not buying and not causing any trouble, just being available for anyone who wanted to see them.
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If you have a teenybopper girl in your home then she is bound to love this glossy hardback book.
Not to say that the gentlemen (and lady) in Wild Yaks are beastly, but they do often sound like they belong in the wilderness with all that howling on this live version of "I'm a Fool." This issue's cover star Little Boots is indeed a beauty, but that's irrelevant when listening to the glittery Annie-Lenox-in-space sound of "Magical." The wonderful Maya Wild gives the artists a teenybopper's illustrated notebook look for the cover--if said teenybopper somehow had immaculate taste and endless artistry.
It is as if you have become some teenybopper publication.
2) John Toshack: Only time will tell if his big gamble of throwing in the youngsters will work for Wales, but he certainly could give two fingers up to his critics after his teenybopper side beat Bulgaria.
Lacking stage presence and sex appeal, Duff has totally moved into the teenybopper bubblegum niche left vacant after Britney Spears' meltdown.
And the Woodstock generation's younger brothers and sisters should be out in force at the NEC on Saturday for the Once in a Lifetime package of former teenybopper idols - Davids Cassidy and Essex, The Osmonds (Wayne, Merrill, Jay and Jimmy but not, sadly Donny) and Les McKeown's 70s Bay City Rollers (a cumbersome name necessitated by the endless royalties wrangles.
It's a far cry from Williams's days prancing about on stage in front of teenybopper fans as part of Take That.
The quintessential artist as persona, of course, is Warhol, who transformed himself from a respected illustrator with season tickets to the opera into a teenybopper more interested in the Rolling Stones.
The conventional wisdom holds that the typical AOL user is a teenybopper, far more interested in boy-band gossip than the Nasdaq.
I have an idea for the next issue to interview kids on their first "teenybopper experience," like their first big arena rock concert.
Pop groups with "teenybopper" appeal- a list of which would include such groups as Backstreet Boys, Spice Girls, Hanson and 'N Sync-have a broader range of merchandising possibilities than would rock bands whose appeal skews toward an older audience.
Hard as it is to believe, the Apo, now recognized as a Filipino music institution, started out as a teenybopper group whose initial audiences were screaming colegialas (think boy band in the '70s).
The two made their debut in Johar's 2012 teenybopper hit Student of the Year , and have been synonymous with good songs lately.
Kapamilya heartthrob Enrique Gil is going back to teenybopper roles via the new fantasy drama "Mirabella."