Following her strong performance at the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, singer Brooke Borg has continued to grow her fanbase across the island and internationally. So it was hardly a surprise when she finally announced the official name for her supporters, and this diva has christened them her ‘pack of wolves‘.
The name comes from lyrics of her song’s chorus, and so the pack of wolves become Malta’s second titled supporters joining the ranks of Tamara Webb‘s #Queens.
The concept of naming your fanbase was most likely started by the queen diva herself, Mariah Carey, when back in the 90s her fans started self-identifying as Lambs, the pet name Mariah’s family called her back in the day.
But what could other Maltese celebs call their supporters?
1. Ben Camille’s fanbase: The Ben Famille
A new fan: “I just saw the episode of Lovin Live where Ben ate a pig’s eye, and he’s so brave! I’m now officially part of the Ben Famille.‘
2. Peppi Azzopardi’s fans: Xaramonks
Peppi: “Ix-Xaramonks tiegħi huma dedikati u ffukati, b’reverenza kbira għall-knisja.’
3. Angie Laus’ fans: Woodlice
Angie: “Grazzi lis-supporters kollha tiegħi, speċjalment il-Woodlaus li għeni bil-karozza l-bieraħ.’
4. Ira Losco’s fans: Soldiers
A fan: “I heard the chorus of her latest song and I felt like she was singing directly to me! I love being a soldier”
5. Eileen Montesin’s fans: Beckys
Eileen: “Kemm jien eċitata biex narakom il-karnival. Dejjem tagħkom, Beckys.”
6. Christabelle Borg’s fanbase: The Kingdom
A fan: “We’re so happy she finally won, but true fans have been around since 2016.”
BONUS: Chucky’s Fans: Dragons
Get it – cos nerd culture and drag. We’ll see ourselves out.