Daily Pop Crossword March 30 2023 Answers (3/30/23)

Here are all of the answers to today's Daily Pop Crossword puzzle for March 30 2023 to help you finish it up!
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The Daily POP Crosswords is a daily puzzle game that challenges players to fill in the blanks of a crossword puzzle with words and phrases related to pop culture. Players can test their knowledge of current events, movies, music, and more while enjoying a classic word game format. The game is available online and can be played anytime, anywhere, making it an accessible and convenient form of entertainment for crossword enthusiasts of all ages. Below, you’ll find the answers to the Daily Pop Crossword for March 30 2023 below!

There is a new puzzle to work through each day of the week. This crossword is considered to be balanced between being fun and engaging with some challenge but entirely solvable without tearing one’s hair out!

Daily Pop Crossword Solution Guide

Here are all of the answers for the Daily Pop Crossword Answers. The clues are in alphabetical order as we think that might be easier to find any specific clue you’re looking for.

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Clue
Grow older
One-named Orinoco Flow singer
Artist's stand
Chicken ___ (itchy illness)
Emily Dickinson for one
One-named Rolling in the Deep singer
Look at THAT!
Passionate about
Same here! (3 wds.)
1970s party song from the Trammps featured in Saturday Night Fever (2 wds.)
Intuitive feelings
Bobbie Gentry's ___ to Billie Joe
The Sopranos Emmy winner Falco
___ Arabia
No thanks I just ___
1970s party song from KC and the Sunshine Band featured in Forrest Gump (3 wds.)
TV remote battery size
Movie critic often
Brand that calls itself Milk's Favorite Cookie
Cheers bartender who was a former Boston Red Sox pitcher
Result of a leadoff single (2 wds.)
1970s party song from ABBA featured in Mamma Mia! (2 wds.)
Olympic prize
Promises of repayment
Basic dog command
Comforting words (2 wds.)
Liverpool native informally
Auto club service
Here ___ the Sun (Beatles song)
Jazz club units
Artist/activist Yoko
Military mail address (Abbr.)
Awesome suggestion! (2 wds.)
First piece of evidence presented at trial (2 wds.)
Heroic tales
Running with scissors e.g. (Hyph.)
Himalayan mythical monster
Oodles (2 wds.)
Entered gradually (2 wds.)
Be smitten with
Actor Astin of The Lord of the Rings trilogy
Red Muppet with a pet goldfish named Dorothy
Maui memento
Wimbledon player's ranking
Big name in travel guides
Luka singer Suzanne
Hindu mystic
Hill-building insect
Great Basin people from whom a western state gets its name
Goes along with (2 wds.)
Satirical publication that claims to be America's Finest News Source (2 wds.)
Historic prep school attended by Prince Harry and Prince William
Ancient sources of prophecy
Actress Skye of La Brea
Drum typically used for a drum roll
Removes from office
Art ___ (design style of the Chrysler Building)
___-12 (1960s-'70s police procedural)
Pen points
Former vice president Al who wrote An Inconvenient Truth
Storm out of work for the last time
___ drop (gesture to end a great performance)
A couple

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