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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Later, Nick Jonas picked up Bieber's photo, which he (https://www.instagram.com/p/B0ehKGwnXbL/) reposted and captioned, "He gets it." Hailey's husband was assumed to be fanboying over the Jonas Brothers, with fans hilariously commenting that he was stanning the trio.A
Fanboying over these two greats,' Bautista gushed via Instagram on Wednesday, May 29.
The pair have been mutually fanboying each other in interviews and on Twitter, though Harbour feels equally proud of all his co-stars on the sci-fi horror series.
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6 Adele At The BBC (BBC1) IF YOU can stomach Graham Norton fanboying all over the joint, this is worth it just to see a brilliant undercover prank she played on her own tribute acts.
Emmi De Jesus called out Duterte's 'fanboying' over Marcos, calling it 'ironic' that the administration marked the dictator's centennial birthday amid a spate of summary executions reminiscent of the Marcos dictatorship.
In the snapshot, Benoist cheerfully makes her iconic Supergirl pose as Criss stands close behind her seemingly fanboying over her Kryptonian character.