groupie groupie  /ˈɡru pi/


  • (n) an enthusiastic young fan (especially a young woman who follows rock groups around)


  1. Through her involvement with PIN, Sara Jane Moore soon became a kind of radical groupie.
  2. A groupie will maybe sleep with three people all in one night from one groupfrom the equipment man to whoever is the most important.
  3. Although the movie was originally commissioned by the Stones themselves, they blocked its release when they saw the scenes of drug use and graphic groupie sex.



  1. Oprah Winfrey called herself "Tina's biggest known groupie" and spoke of seeing Turner perform live, advising the star-studded audience at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, "Add that to the list of things you do before you...
    on Dec 4, 2005 By: Oprah Winfrey Source: FOXNews

  2. Francis told the Daily News that Ashley was "a total 'GGW' groupie. She was really into girl-on-girl action and she was all over the guys, too."
    on Mar 18, 2008 By: Joe Francis Source: New York Daily News

  3. Boot adds: "That's about what I expected: Petraeus holds a much more realistic and nuanced view than the one attributed to him by terrorist groupie Mark Perry."
    on Jul 5, 2010 By: Max Boot Source: Dissident Voice

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