Arianator

Arianator

slang A nickname for a devoted fan of the singer Ariana Grande. My ears are ringing from the screams of Arianators hoping to get a glimpse of Ariana Grande leaving the hotel.
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Grande's adept use of social media to slam her naysayers, drum up support from her "Arianator" fans and flirt with the gossip machine has created the perception that only she is in the driver's seat.
India is an avowed Arianator and Gillian is a Take That hippy.
Grande admits that she shares an intense (https://www.cheatsheet.com/entertainment/ariana-grande-fans.html/) connection A with the "Arianators,"A a moniker that hardcore fans of the artist call themselves.
You won't hear me speak over one second of her songs, going forward, just to be on the safe side of the Arianators. n Great news for Sigala fans.
The latter kicked off Grande and American Express' The Sweetener Sessions tour, which is a three-date affair that lets Arianators get up-close-and-personal with their favorite singer and vice versa.
It's not the Beliebers, Directioners or Arianators.
We won't let hate win,' said Ariana, who paid a surprise visit to injured 'Arianators' recovering at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital.
Interestingly enough, the variant-(t) or is also present in the corpus of derived anglicisms as in arianators ["Ariana Grande fans"], but its preference over other suffixes does not seem to be grounded in derivational morphology.
"Every teen artist has that whether it's Austin Mahone and his Mahomies or Ariana Grande and her Arianators. We're capable of doing so much.
On Wednesday, Grande replied to a fan who was attempting to calm down Arianators that believed Minaj moved her release date because she and Grande were no longer friends.
The long wait is over for Ariana Grande fans -- dubbed as Arianators -- as their idol officially announced her comeback date through a twitter post today.
'Arianators' recently threw brickbats at Lindsay Lohan after her 'chilly' comment regarding Ariana Grande's look.
Named Klout.com's third most influential actress online, Ariana's cyber interaction with her Arianators is unbeatable.
While Arianators were pleased to see the "No Tears Left To Cry" songstress covering the magazine, they were also shocked by Grande's unrecognizable look.
The pop star encouraged her fans called "Arianators" to love themselves more and show their faces in photos.