fangirl

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fangirl

1. noun A female who is very interested in or devoted to an element of pop culture (such as a celebrity, athlete, book series, TV show, band, or movie). My sister is a total Supernatural fangirl—she never misses an episode and has even met the actors from the show!
2. verb To express excessive glee and excitement over a person or thing that one likes. As a verb, this phrase can be applied (derisively) to males. It's hard not to fangirl when one of your favorite actors is three feet away from you! My brother totally fangirled when he met his favorite football player—what a dork.
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When the final lineup for the coming 'In the Mix' show, which will feature six acts from the pop and indie-rock scenes, was announced a few months ago, it looked like most eyes would be on Joe Jonas' funky dance-rock band, DNCE, and the fangirl magnet of a band from Australia, 5 Seconds of Summer.
A 'must' for any interested in the culture and incarnation of the fangirl universe.
Regarding the FanGirl Academy slogan: “Find your dream and make it so” Eden says “We are hugely inspired by Star Trek and the concept of cooperation being the key to making anything possible” Elle “Trying to be cool is hard.
9 also is the date when the comedy train begins to roll, as 20th Century Fox opens Anne Hathaway-Kate Hudson comedy "Bride Wars," the first of the fangirl films.
I just wish the fangirls and fanboys at ITV were not so hellbent on making him this year's star.
Lautner's beefed up role in New Moon, as the best friend and protector of Bella (Kristen Stewart), takes some of the teen heat off Pattinson, or R-Patz as he has become known to the fangirls and celebrity magazines.
Barely a day after the fangirls were "stood up" at the airport, Directioners were once again given reason to worry after they learned of the Bureau of Immigration's (BI) imposed bonds on the band, which amounted to $5,000 (around P200,000) for each of the boys.