Definition of fandom
1 : all the fans (as of a sport)
2 : the state or attitude of being a fan
Recent Examples of fandom from the Web
So thank you, David Whitehurst, for being just obscure enough to help me prove true Packer fandom and, more importantly, thanks for being the link to one of my better friendships in D.C.
The nerdy duo use the instrumental tracks of Top 40 hits and write new lyrics about topics such as gaming, space and pop-culture fandom while incorporating choreographed dance moves.
Of course, Troian Bellisario is not the only one dealing with the ugly side of the fandom, as showrunner I. Marlene King has even been getting death threats re: the ending.
Naturally, fandemonium ensued: [twitter align='center' id='879870671911878657' username='halelovatow']https://twitter.com/halelovatow/status/879870671911878657[/twitter] Long live #Twincer, long live the detective powers of the PLL fandom!
EW: What's funny is that my kind of fandom of Paul is mostly centered around Bugsy Malone and The Phantom of the Paradise.
Over time, Wayward Daughters grew from a grandiose fan-fiction idea to an online initiative within the fandom to promote positive interaction and support among the fans themselves.
Reagan worked up the nerve to send the singer a Facebook message in 2010, a year later they were married, and in 2013 baby Wrigley joined the family—and the Tennessee Predators fandom.
Sun’s recipe of amusement tinged with melancholy has won him the fandom of big names in comedy and entertainment.
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