a club enthusiastically devoted to a movie star or other celebrity or to a sports team.
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How to use fan club in a sentence
The measure is in line with the Communist Party’s other regulatory moves apparently aimed at helping youngster, including its clampdown on fan clubs and private tutoring schools.China’s crackdown on video games is getting more serious | Jane Li | September 9, 2021 | Quartz
On Friday, the government also released a list of new rules banning online celebrity fan clubs.Here's What to Know About China's Sweeping Tech Crackdown—and Why It Could Make U.S. Big Tech Regulation More Likely | Billy Perrigo | September 1, 2021 | Time
At the same time he was a rabid self-promoter with his own weekly television show, mystery magazine and fan club.Voyeur, dandy, entertainer, womanizer: Alfred Hitchcock from every angle | Glenn Frankel | April 23, 2021 | Washington Post
Battling the supersaturated fan clubs for Marvel movies are expletive-laden subreddits and Facebook groups devoted to hatred of them.How a ‘WandaVision’ viral tweet explains the passion of Marvel fans — and haters | Travis Andrews | March 5, 2021 | Washington Post
Sincerely, Andrew Before the Rolling Stones fan club strings me up for treason, let me be clear.
One year into her tenure, the Beatles decided to craft a special little record for members of their official fan club.The Beatles’ Secretary, Good Ol’ Freda, Breaks Silence in Exclusive SXSW Interview | Marlow Stern | March 14, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Were locks of hair the craziest fan-club requests you honored?The Beatles’ Secretary, Good Ol’ Freda, Breaks Silence in Exclusive SXSW Interview | Marlow Stern | March 14, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Fan clubs sell them as rewards to fan club members, who sometimes turn around and scalp them.12-12-12 Concert Ticket Scalpers: The Hurricane Sandy Benefit Spoilers | Winston Ross | December 13, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Trekkies and Lost fans have conventions and online communities; for years, I was a one-member Grease fan club.
Glasser's first effort in behalf of science fiction was the founding of The Scienceers, a fan club, early in 1930.The Fantasy Fan September 1933 | Various
British Dictionary definitions for fan club
an organized group of admirers of a particular pop singer, film star, etc
be a member of someone's fan club informal to approve of someone strongly
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