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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Exploring the creativity, dedication and influence of a fangirl, I USED TO BE NORMAL: A BOYBAND FANGIRL STORY follows four women who must navigate the challenges of relationships, family, sexuality, and faith, while constantly grappling with all the problems and contradictions that are part of being in love with a boyband.
Cuneta played Dorina, a fangirl built up to topple her singing idol Lavinia, portrayed by Gil.
Also highly recommended is the previous novel in the series, "Geekerella: A Fangirl Fairy Tale" (9781683690436, $10.99 pbk / $9.99 Kindle).
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ELIZABETH Olsen has revealed she behaved like a fangirl when she met Taylor Swift at a friend's birthday party.
But for one Beu (@blinkeult), s/he could not accept the actress' apology and said, 'Well, let me remind you that being a fangirl does not excuse you from taking advantage of a person, especially Dara.
Heussaff was a fangirl over Hemsworth when he first walked into the room.
Kim Chiu let go of all restraints and allowed herself a fangirl moment after meeting Judy Ann Santos.