the regular supporters and enthusiasts of a team, musician or musical group, entertainer, or other celebrity
Even my social networks were deleted, my videos removed, the fan base I had built lost forever.
“Stacy has a fan base that loves, no doubt,” says Littlejohn.
But what's certain is that Flight of the Conchords will continue to enthrall its fan base for years to come.
When I came up with KRS-One and Rakim, everybody had to step their lyrical game up to build a fan base.
This is a pop star concerned with his appearance, his hair, and his fan base.
Bieber will begin to face the daunting task of winning back the trust and admiration of his fan base in 2014.
And because his fan base is so fervent he can then negotiate down the road for an increase subscriber fee.
His fan base must be eating this up, but the show's currency comes from what it can offer a skeptic in search of a good time.
Dzhohar Tsarnaev seems to have acquired something of a Facebook fan base.
Even before that, he had left Reynolds for Taylor and it had severely damaged his fan base.