fandom

[fan-duhm]
noun
fans collectively, as of a motion-picture star or a professional game or sport.

Origin:
1900–05, Americanism; fan2 + -dom

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Example sentences
Fandom, obsequious yet demanding, is not confined to the music business.
In this novel of obsessive fandom, a reclusive singer-songwriter's new album
  upends several lives.
The result is a shared culture of fandom, commentary, and camaraderie.
When judged by the metrics of fandom, however, the series is a monster.
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