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Peaches has always been a rock star groupie. The Sun (2007)Not for them an entourage of fans or groupies. The Sun (2014)Being the wife of a minister at a party conference is a bit like being a groupie at a rock concert. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Everybody thinks the life of a rock star is all groupies, drugs and partying. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Rock star takes drugs and beds groupies all the time - but these are not stories. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He says he's had more groupies than a rock band. Times, Sunday Times (2010)If you are too scared to rock the groupie look, go for hippy florals over jeans or leggings. The Sun (2007)A groupie is a fan of a rock group who usually follows the group around on concert tours. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Players are always surrounded by fans and groupies so nobody suspects a thing when they walk in and out of player's hotel bedrooms. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But I felt like a groupie with a rock band. Times, Sunday Times (2009)For the average groupie, the singer is the first port of call; the others a consolation prize. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But for a footballer to boast about groupies, drug binges and the worship of Satan would not be a good career move. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Given that his journey was as much of the soul as the body, this only matters to literary groupies, but it also triggers a wider regret. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)
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