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BTS fans, known as the A.R.M.Y.

Many fandoms in popular culture have their own names that distinguish them from other fan communities. These names are popular with singers, music bands, films, television shows, books, games, sports teams, and celebrities. Some of the terms are coined by fans while others are created by celebrities themselves.

The trend of giving a name to a groups of fans became more common and widespread during the beginning of the 21st century, with the development of social media, although such names were incidentally used much earlier.

Object Fanbase nickname Type Notes Ref.
2PM Hottest music band [1]
5 Seconds of Summer 5SOSFam music band [1]
AB6IX ABNEW boy group The name indicates "A sixth member that will become one with AB6IX and walk a new path with them together." [2]
A.C.E Choice boy group [3]
Adam Lambert Glamberts musician [4]
Adele Daydreamers musician Named after the song "Daydreamer" [5]
Aespa MY music band [6]
Akshay Kumar Akkians actor Derived from the actor's nickname "Akki" [4]
Alden Richards & Maine Mendoza AlDubNation actor AlDub is a portmanteau of the names of two actors [7]
Aquabats Aquacadets music band [8]
Ariana Grande Arianators musician [5]
Arnold Palmer Arnie's Army athlete [9]
Arsenal F.C. Gooners sports team Derived from the team's nickname, the "Gunners" [10][11][12]
Ateez ATINY music band [13]
Aurora Warriors & Weirdos musician [14]
Austin Mahone Mahomies musician [5]
Ava Max Avatars musician [15]
Avatar Avatards film [16]
Avril Lavigne Black Stars musician Named after the song "Black Star" [5]
Azealia Banks Kunt Brigade musician [1]
B1A4 Bana music band [1]
B.A.P BABY music band [17]
Babymetal The One music band Named for their English-language song "The One" [4]
Band-Maid Goshujin-sama/Ojō-sama music band Based on the names used to greet patrons at maid cafés [18]
Barry Manilow Fanilows musician [4]
Bars & Melody Bambinos music band [19]
Batman Batmaniacs comics [20]
Beast B2uty music band Pronounced "Beauty" [1]
The Beatles Beatlemaniacs music band Hardcore fans used to be called Apple scruffs [4][21]
Bebe Rexha Rexhars musician [22]
Becky G Beasters musician [23]
Bella Thorne Bellarinas actress [24]
Bernie Sanders BernieBros politician
Benedict Cumberbatch Cumberbitches actor [25]
Beyoncé BeyHive musician [4]
Big Bang V.I.P music band [1]
The Big Lebowski Achievers film [26]
Blackpink Blink music band [27]
Black Veil Brides BVB Army music band [1]
Bob Dylan Dylanologists musician [28]
Boston Red Sox Red Sox Nation sports team Term was coined by a journalist in 1986; officially adopted by the team in 2004. [29]
Britney Spears Britney Army musician [5]
Bros Brosettes music band [30]
Bruce Springsteen Bruce Tramps musician [8]
BtoB Melody music band [31]
BTS A.R.M.Y music band A.R.M.Y is an acronym for Adorable Representative MC for Youth [1]
California Chrome Chromies racehorse [32]
Camila Cabello Camilizers musician [33]
Carly Rae Jepsen Jepsies musician [5]
Chancho en Piedra Marranos music band [34]
Chapo Trap House Grey Wolves podcast [35]
Charli XCX Angels musician [36]
ChloexHalle Sirens musical duo [37]
Chris Brown Team Breezy musician [38]
Chris Pine Pine-Nuts actor [25]
Christina Aguilera Fighters musician [5]
Christina Grimmie Team Grimmie musician [39]
Christopher Nolan Nolanites director [40]
Clay Aiken Claymates musician [21]
CLC Cheshire music band [41]
CNBLUE Boice music band [1]
Community Human Beings TV show [42]
Conan O'Brien Coconuts comedian [38]
Conor Maynard Mayniacs musician [8]
Cupcakke Slurpers musician [43]
Dan and Phil Phandom YouTubers A pun of the combination of Phil Lester's and Dan Howell's names—"Phan"—and the word "fandom". [44][45]
DAY6 My Day music band [46]
Demi Lovato Lovatics musician [47]
Danish national football team Roligans sports team [48]
Depeche Mode Modies, devotees music band [49][50]
Der Ring des Nibelungen Ringheads opera The other term is Ringnuts. [51]
Dick Dale Dickheads musician [52]
Dimash Kudaibergen Dears musician [53][54][55]
Divergent Initiates book [56]
Doctor Who Whovians TV show [38]
Doja Cat Kittenz musician [57]
Downfall Untergangers film Named after the original German title, Der Untergang [58][59][60]
Drake Team Drizzy musician [47]
Dreamcatcher InSomnia music band [61]
Dua Lipa Loves musician Named after poll on Twitter made to her fans [62]
Duran Duran Durannies music band [63]
Ed Miliband Milifans politician [25]
Ed Sheeran Sheerios musician [5]
Ellie Goulding Goulddiggers musician [64]
Eminem Stans musician Named after the song "Stan" [5]
Emmure Decepticons music band [65]
Encantadia Encantadiks TV show [66][67]
England cricket team Barmy Army sports team [68]
ENHYPEN ENGENE music band [69]
Everglow Forever music band [70]
EXO EXO-L music band The 'L' in "EXO-L" stands for Love, and in alphabetical order, L is the 12th letter and links the letters K (EXO-K) and M (EXO-M). EXO-L is considered a sub-unit of EXO, so that EXO-K + EXO-L + EXO-M = One. As in the band's slogan "WE ARE ONE!", meaning the band members and the fans are ONE. [71]
Fall Out Boy Youngbloods music band [1]
FC Barcelona Culés sports team [72]
Feyenoord Het Legioen sports team [73]
Fifth Harmony Harmonizers music band [74]
Firefly Browncoats TV show [75]
Five Finger Death Punch Knuckleheads music band [76]
Frank Sinatra Bobby soxers musician [77]
Fright Night Fringies TV show Fans of the show or Sinister Seymour, the host [78]
F.T. Island Primadonna music band [1]
Future FutureHive musician [79]
Game Grumps Lovelies web series [80]
Game of Thrones Thronies TV show [81]
Gary Numan Numanoids musician [82]
GFriend Buddy music band [83]
Ghostbusters Ghostheads film [84]
(G)I-dle Neverland music band Referencing Peter Pan's Neverland. The meaning of "remain being children in Neverland" comes from (G)I-dle's Korean name, which contains the words "girl" and "children". [85]
Gilbert and Sullivan Savoyards Librettist and composer Derived from the Savoy Theatre where operettas were performed. The term can also refer to performers of Gilbert and Sullivan works. [86]
Girl's Day Dai5y music band [1]
Girls' Generation Sone music band Named after the song "소원 (Honey)" [1]
Glee Gleeks TV show [38]
Gone with the Wind Windies book [87]
GOT7 IGOT7 music band [1]
Green Bay Packers Cheeseheads sports team [88]
Green Day Idiots music band [89]
Grateful Dead Deadheads music band [90]
Hannah Hart Hartosexuals YouTuber [91]
Hannibal Fannibals TV show [92]
Hanson Fansons music band [8]
Harry Potter Potterheads book Non-fans are often called Muggles [42]
Harry Styles Harries / Stylers musician [93]
Hayden Christensen Stanakins actor Combination of the word "stan" and the character Anakin Skywalker, which was portrayed by Christensen. [94]
Hinatazaka46 Ohisama music band A slang for the Sun, since hinata means "sunny place" [95]
The Hunger Games Tributes book [96]
Howie Mandel FANdels comedian [97]
Hulk Hogan Hulkamaniacs wrestler [98]
Iggy Azalea Azaleans musician [99]
iKon IKONIC music band [100]
Imagine Dragons Firebreathers music band [5]
Indila Dreamers musician Because Indila says that we are made of dreams and that music breathes life and can make anything possible [101]
Infinite Inspirit music band [1]
Insane Clown Posse Juggalos music band Female fans are called Juggalettes [102]
Itzy MIDZY music band [103]
IU Uaena musician [104]
Iz*One WIZ*ONE music band [105]
Jake Paul Jake Paulers YouTuber [106]
James Dean Deaners actor [107]
James McAvoy McAvoyeurs actor [108]
Jane Austen Janeites author [109]
Janelle Monáe Fandroids musician [1]
Jared Padalecki Padalecki Stans /

Jarpad Stans

actor [110]
Jaws Finaddicts film [111]
JBJ Joyful music band [112]
Jennette McCurdy McCurdians actress [113]
Jennifer Lopez JLovers musician/actress [5]
Jensen Ackles Ackleholics actor [114]
Jessie J Heartbeats musician [5]
Jewel EDAs musician Short for Everyday Angels [115]
Jimmy Buffett Parrotheads musician Parakeets for younger fans or children of Parrotheads [21]
John Cena Cenation wrestler [116]
Josh Groban Grobanites musician [21]
Joss Whedon Whedonites director [42]
Jumpol Adulkittiporn & Atthaphan Phunsawat Babii actor [117]
Justin Bieber Beliebers musician [38]
Justin Timberlake The TN Kids musician Short for The Tennessee Kids [118]
K/DA Blades virtual music band A reference to Akali's rap verse, "I'm a goddess with a blade" in "Pop/Stars". [119][120]
Kamala Harris KHive politician [121]
Kang Daniel Danity musician [122]
KARD Hidden KARD music band [123]
Kathryn Bernardo & Daniel Padilla KathNiels actor Kath+Niel [124]
Katy Perry KatyCats musician [4]
Kelly Clarkson Kellebrities musician [125]
Kelly Rowland Rowland Stones musician [5]
Kenya Moore Team Twirl actress Alluding to her Miss USA title [126][127]
Kesha Animals musician Named after the song "Animal" [5]
The Killers Victims music band [1]
Kim Petras Bunheads musician [128]
KISS KISS Army music band [38]
Kyoko Saito Kyonkoizu musician [129]
Lady Gaga Little Monsters musician [130]
Lali Espósito Lalitas musician [131]
Lauren Jauregui Jaguars musician [38]
Led Zeppelin Zepheads music band [4]
Lego AFOLs toy Used for adult fans only; the acronym stands for Adult Fans Of Lego [132]
Lewis Capaldi Big Fat Sexy Jungle Cats musician [133]
Lil' Wayne Wayniacs musician [21]
Lindsey Stirling Stirlingites musician [134]
Linkin Park Soldiers music band [135]
Lisa Lilies musician [136][137]
Little Mix Mixers music band [138]
Live (band) Freaks4Live music band [139]
Liverpool F.C. Kopites sports team Name based on The Kop, one of the stands in Anfield, which in turn was named after the Battle of Spion Kop [140]
Loona Orbit music band [141]
Louis Tomlinson Louies musician [142][143]
Madonna Madonna wannabes musician [144]
Mamamoo Moomoo music group [145]
Mariah Carey Lambs musician Often credited as being the first fandom name. [4][146]
MattyBRaps BBoys & BGirls musician [147]
The Maze Runner Gladers book [148]
Megadeth Droogies music band Taken from the movie A Clockwork Orange [149]
Meghan Trainor Megatronz musician [1]
Melanie Martinez Cry Babies musician Named after Martinez's debut album [150]
The Meteors Wrecking Crew music band [151]
Meryl Streep Streepers actress [152]
Michael Jackson Moonwalkers musician Named after Jackson's signature dance move the Moonwalk [153]
Middle-Earth Ringers book Also known as "Tolkienites". [154]
Miley Cyrus Smilers musician Named after Cyrus's childhood nickname "Smiley" [47]
Monsta X Monbebe music band [155]
Motörhead Motörheadbangers music band [156]
Muse Musers music band [1]
My Chemical Romance Killjoys, MCRmy music band [21]
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Bronies/pegasisters TV show [114][157]
Mystery Science Theater 3000 MSTies TV show [158]
NCT NCTzens music band [159]
The Neighbourhood Hoodlums music band [160]
Neil Diamond Diamond Heads musician [21]
Neil Young Rusties musician Named after the album Rust Never Sleeps [161]
Neon Genesis Evangelion Evageeks anime/manga [162]
New Kids on the Block Blockheads music band [1]
New Orleans Saints Big Easy Mafia, Who Dat Nation sports team Also the Official Fan Club of the New Orleans Saints [163]
Newcastle United F.C. Toon Army sports team [164]
Neymar Neymarzetes athlete [165]
Nicki Minaj Barbz musician Male fans are called "Boyz" and "Ken Barbz". [99]
Normani The Nation musician [166]
Northern Ireland national football team Green and White Army sports team [167]
The Office Dunderheads TV show [38]
Olivia Rodrigo Livies Musician [168]
Once Upon a Time Oncers TV show [75]
One Direction Directioners music band [4]
Paramore Parafamily, Ankle Biters music band The latter comes from their song "Anklebiters". [1]
Pentagon Universe music band The group explained it means "you're my universe," a line from their song "Pentagon" on their first mini album. [169]
Perawat Sangpotirat & Prachaya Ruangroj Peraya actor A portmanteau of their first names [170]
The Phantom of the Opera Phans book [21]
Phish Phishheads musician [42]
Pia Wurtzbach Pianatics model [171]
Pixie Lott Crazy Cats musician [172]
Porcelain Black Trainwrecks musician [173]
Poppy Poppy Seeds musician [174]
Psych Psych-Os TV show [114]
Rangers F.C. Bluenoses sports team [175]
Real Madrid Madridistas sports team [176]
Red Rising Howlers book [177]
Red Velvet ReVeluv music band [178]
Rick and Morty Schwiftites TV show Term "schwifty" originated from a song within an episode. [1]
Ricky Martin Sexy Souls musician [179][180]
Rihanna Rihanna Navy musician [4]
Rita Ora Ritabots musician [47]
The Room Roomies film [181]
Rosalía Ángeles musician [182]
Rush Rushians music band [4]
Saiko Saiko adictos music band [183]
Sailor Moon Moonies anime/manga [184]
Sakura Gakuin Fukei music band Meaning "parent" or "guardian", following the theme of school life [185]
Salman Khan Salmaniacs actor [186]
Sam Callahan Callafans musician [187]
Sam Smith Little Sailors musician [188]
Sasha Banks The Krew wrestler [189]
SB19 A'TIN music band Pronounced as eighteen, the P-pop boy group revealed their official fandom name themselves [190]
Scotland National Football Team Tartan Army sports team [191]
Scotty McCreery McCreerians musician [192]
Seattle Seahawks 12s sports team [193]
Selena Gomez Selenators musician [47]
Seventeen Carat music band The official fanclub name was revealed at a Seventeen concert. [194]
Shawn Mendes Mendes Army musician [195]
Sherlock Holmes Sherlockians book [196]
SHINee Shawols music band [1]
Sia Lovers musician [197]
Sistar Star1 music band [1]
Six The Queendom musical [198]
Skillet Panheads music band [1]
Slayer Slaytanic Wehrmacht music band [199]
Slipknot Maggots music band [1]
Sơn Tùng M-TP Sky musician [200]
Star Trek Trekkies TV show The other version is Trekkers. [42]
Star Wars Warsies film [42]
Stargate Gaters film/TV show [201]
Stef Sanjati Breadsquad YouTuber [202]
Stephen Colbert Colbert Nation comedian [42]
Stray Kids Stay music band [203]
Super Junior ELF music band [204]
Supernatural Hunters, SPN Family TV show [75]
Swansea City A.F.C. Jacks sports team [205]
T-ARA Queens music band [1]
Take That Thatters music band [206]
Tawan Vihokratana & Thitipoom Techaapaikhun Polca actor A portmanteau of two animals polar bear and orca, associated to the Thai actors respectively. [207]
Taylor Swift Swifties musician [4]
Tini Stoessel Tinistas musician [208]
Texas A&M 12th Man sports team [209]
The Price Is Right Loyal Friends and True TV show Coined by original host Bob Barker to identify long time fans. [210]
Thirty Seconds to Mars Echelon, The Cult music band [1]
Thomas Sanders Fanders actor, singer, YouTuber On the early days of his career on Vine, some called themselves "Sanderlings" and some "Foster Children" for his former username "Foster Dawg" [211]
Timothée Chalamet Chalamaniacs actor [212]
Tokio Hotel Aliens music band [1]
Tom Hiddleston Hiddlestoners actor [25]
Tori Amos Toriphiles musician [213]
Trey Songz Angels musician [1]
True Blood Truebies TV show [38]
TVXQ Cassiopeia music band [1]
Twenty One Pilots Skeleton Clique / Clikkies music band [214]
Twice Once music band [215]
Twilight Twihards book There are also factions Team Edward and Team Jacob, depending on which character the fans identify with. [38]
Twisted Sister S.M.F.F.O.T.S. music band Short for Sick Motherfucking Friends Of Twisted Sister [8]
TXT M.O.A music band M.O.A is an acronym for Moment Of Alwaysness [216]
Uggie Uggie Huggers dog [217]
U-KISS Kiss Me music band Also known as KISSME, KISS-ME, and as other stylizations [218]
Union J JCats music band [219]
UP10TION HONEY10 music band [220]
Uriah Heep Heepsters music band [8]
Vachirawit Chiva-aree & Metawin Opas-iamkajorn BrightWin actor A portmanteau of their nicknames from 2gether: The Series and Still 2gether [221]
The Vamps Vamily music band Other names are Vampettes and Vampions. [222]
THE9 NINECHO music band [223]
Grace VanderWaal FanderWaals musician [224]
Van Morrison Vanatics musician [225]
Vice Ganda Little Ponies comedian [226]
Victon Alice music band [227]
Vintage Trouble Troublemakers music band [228]
Vlogbrothers Nerdfighters YouTubers [38]
Wake Up to Wogan TOGs radio show "Terry's Old Geezers/Gals", coined by host Terry Wogan [229]
WayV WayZenNi music band [230]
"Weird Al" Yankovic Close Personal Friends of Al musician [231]
The White Stripes Candy Cane Children music band [8]
The Who Wholigans music band [232]
Winner InnerCircle music band

[233]

Winter Soldier Winter's Children comics/film Alternative: Children of the Winter [234]
Wiz Khalifa Taylors musician Named after Khalifa's favourite shoes, Chuck Taylor All-Stars [4]
The X-Files X-Philes TV show [38]
Xena: Warrior Princess Xenites TV show [235]
Zayn Malik Zquad musician [236]
Yungblud Black Hearts Club musician Fans got matching black heart tattoos on their fingers and then called themselves the black hearts club [237]
Zendaya ZSwaggers actress [238]

See also

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