Definition of 'rock star'
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British food culture is on the crest of a wave; our chefs are more famous than our rock stars. The Sun (2016)These guys are more famous than rock stars and often more oblivious to criticism. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The singer is one of the few rock stars as famous for his outfits as his music. The Sun (2013)The paintings of famous rock stars are absorbing. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This is because for some reason we expect higher standards of famous sports stars than we do of famous rock stars. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Recently he was courted write a famous rock star's rollercoaster story. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We also get loads of musicians, rock stars and sportsmen. The Sun (2015)But today the world's biggest rock stars are old people. The Sun (2015)Rock stars, famous chefs and actors are usually too busy or too hammered to knock out their own blockbusters. Times, Sunday Times (2009)For the younger generation, a launch of another kind provoked the sort of excitement usually reserved for rock stars. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Like her mum, she always went for rock stars, musicians in alternative bands. The Sun (2014)No Kanye, you certainly are not the biggest rock star on the planet. The Sun (2015)
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