fan club

noun
a club enthusiastically devoted to a movie star or other celebrity or to a sports team.

Origin:
1925–30

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fan club
 
n
1.  an organized group of admirers of a particular pop singer, film star, etc
2.  informal be a member of someone's fan club to approve of someone strongly

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Main Entry:  fan club
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  an organization supportive of and enthusiastic about a famous person or group
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Example sentences
Festival organizers set up booths for fan club parties, where performers sign
  autographs and chat with fans.
First you can tell when it is the fan club, or employees, that post by what
  they say.
We need to worry about our power supply, the zero-growth fan club has got a
  hold of the media again due to some melt-downs.
Bring your fan club and be prepared to belt out your tune.
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