Slang A teenager who follows the latest fad or craze, as in dress or music. (noun)
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Use "teenybopper" in a sentence
"What impresarios look for in teenybopper idols are males who seem younger than they actually are, but they are less likely to grow up to appeal to adult males."
"On the "teenybopper" girl -- if being 15-16, and discovering a semi-local band via MTV, and being attracted the sounds, the look, and everything overall -- makes me "just another teen girl", so be it -- what's the differentiation between being a "true music fan" and just happening to be young & female?"
"Russell Brand has outraged the tabloids again - this time by saying that "teenybopper" pop stars should be given heroin in the hope that it might "weed out" a lot of those now dominating the pop charts."