What's Beyoncé's fan base called?
Beyoncé has been crowned "Queen Bey," and her hive of fans will have their stingers at the ready for anyone who contests her title.
A nickname for the devoted fanbase of the singer Beyoncé. My ears are ringing from the screams of the Beyhive hoping to get a glimpse of Beyoncé leaving the hotel.
At 36, Beyonce alone has amassed a large fan base with more than 113 million followers on Instagram and a personal net worth of $350 million, according to Forbes' list of America's Wealthiest Self-Made Women.
The BeyHive is massive — more than 17,000 members strong, and that's just the active participants on the forum, not the hangers-on (one must apply for access to the group).
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There's a very personal reason why she keeps bees, and it has to do with her kids. They call Beyoncé Queen Bey, and her most ardent fans are known as the Beyhive. So it won't come as too much of a surprise to learn that the singer and powerhouse performer, 39, is the owner of tens of thousands of bees!
The name for the BeyHive was selected by Knowles herself in a hand-written letter she personally penned to her fans during her official website's launch. The Bey Hive is the name given to the fan base of American R&B singer, songwriter and actress Beyoncé Knowles.
First, her name is pronounced Bee-oncé. We know this. No one (I hope) is going around calling her Bay-oncé, so why the heck would the pronunciation change when her name is shortened to a nickname? Maybe "bey" looks like it'd be pronounced like "bay" on its own, but this is someone's actual name, a proper noun.
1. ARMY. K-Pop boy band BTS has the biggest fan following in the world currently. Their fandom is known as the ARMY and has millions of followers.
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South Korean boy band, BTS, has achieved global success: two consecutive #1 albums on the Billboard charts, a sold-out world tour, and a historic stadium show at Citi Field, with over 40,000 fans in attendance. With the help of their fan base, ARMY, the K-pop group has the world's most powerful fandom.
Queen Bey has got her own colony of honey bees.
The inference is that "Becky" has desirable, sleek hair, while Beyoncé has a naturally curly texture under the wigs and without hot tools. It sheds light on an overall picture when it comes to how black coarse hair is perceived, since the former is "good" and the latter is assumed to be the opposite.
BEYONCÉ (@Beyonce) / Twitter.
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Rihanna has made quite a name for herself as a businesswoman over the last few years, but it's been three years since she released her last album, "ANTI," and her fans, known as the Navy, will continue to ask her about new music until it comes out.
They were originally called "The Ariana Army", then "Tiny Elephants", then the fanbase name slowly became "The Loves" but it didn't really catch on, eventually, the fans gave themselves the name "Arianators", which spread and was accepted by Grande, becoming the official name.
Beyoncé's audience are 71% female across both Twitter and Instagram. Most commonly single, they are aged 20-34, with a greater concentration of 25-29-year-olds marking a slightly more narrow fanbase than Peloton.
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Beyoncé has 13.7 million followers on Twitter, but her account is mothballed: it has only ever tweeted eight times, and the last one was on 19 August 2013.