fanboy

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fanboy

1. noun A male 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 brother Eric is such a "Star Wars" fanboy that his voicemail message is "This isn't the Eric you're looking for," like he's Obi-Wan Kenobi!
2. verb To express excessive glee and excitement over a person or thing that one likes. My brother totally fanboyed when he met his favorite football player.
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A few days before the concert, Bautista 'fanboyed' over Pomeranz and Manchester and shared a photo with them while at Keynote Rehearsal Studios.
"I just made a bee-line over to him and sort of fanboyed him," Wong recalled.
Canadian Drizzy, 28, has long fanboyed over the gritty East London drama and was understandably gutted when it was cancelled.
Porter, who 'fanboyed' at Swift's concerts with his family for years, is currently battling cancer.