A podcast focused on what celebrity fans have to say about those they follow
Wow! this is a mix of emotion as I do not know if I should declare 7-days giveaway spree or visit you, a bowl of favourites... but both are inexpensive compared to the amount of love, support, involvement, impacts and contributions you've shown for FANSTALK. But here is my BIG FAT THANK YOU for sticking with me through all the amazing 11 episodes despite the lockdown (who is cutting onions?).
Although the world was lockeddown, it was Parte after Parte on every episode and this was a journey of friendship, bonding and loads of fun, thanks for trusting me with your attention. Although this is not a parting ceremony but a prep for an explosive season 2 of Fanstalk #ShakeTables.
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Lets wrap up the season with our Lockdown Experience.
What movie (Nollywood)title would you give your lockdown experience? Let's hear from YOU.
Many people who have “made it” – by the standard definition of fame, wealth, success, and accomplishment especially in entertainment consistently make the sacrifice to stay on top.
Most of these individuals have seen both sides of the money/success spectrum and on this episode of Fanstalk we uncover some hidden truth that lies behind the fame as we speak with Former Reality star and Rnb singer Tolu Adeshina. ( Tolu of Project Fame)
Made In Naija
There’s absolutely no doubt that Nigerian Brands are waxing strong in the ever-evolving fashion industry as they are becoming more expressive and creative in their designs that appeal to many fashion lovers globally.
The industry which is said to have kick-started when Shade Thomas-Fahm, who was the first step into the fashion scene in the early ’60s with the use of traditional African fabrics, and the invention of many styles. This invention birthed the growing industry and the show of her recent display of colours as well as vibrancy.
This episode of Fanstalk focuses on Fashion in Nigeria "Made in Nigeria" and its challenges.
Gamers Are Not Nerds
Join Banji and his guests on this episode of Fans Talk as they would be exploring the amazing life of a gamer.
They would also be discussing how you can make money from gaming, which means, gaming shouldn't stop at being a hobby, but also a legit source of income.
You sure wouldn't want to miss out.
"I am a fan" is one of the most misinterpreted words.
We are in the day where, if you're infatuated with someone it's not four-letter words you need to say there's more. Some pop culture fans stan a celebrity, movie, or show so hard they coin names for themselves to bond together in their fandom. This Participatory cultures also involve fans acting not only as consumers but also as producers and creators of some form of creative media. They consist of: Relatively low barriers to artistic expression and civic engagement strong support for creating and sharing one's creations with others, some type of informal mentorship in which the most experienced members pass along their knowledge to novice members who believe their contributions matter, members who feel some degree of social connection with one another and care about other members' opinions about their contributions. Aside from Sport that has some level of consistency in fanaticism and following in this part of the world. When you consider the rate at which celebs or stars fall out of relevance, you'll ask if there was ever any word like fan loyalty or celebrity fan engagement? It is a fan/celebrity summit on this episode. Enjoy, comment and leave your reviews @jamitfm
Relationships come with their own challenges. There's the toothpaste saga, the makeup stain on the mirror, the mood swings drama. Now imagine, you are famous, loved and a million people are keeping up with your life, taking pictures of those moves, and being treated like a celebrity or even worse " being a celebrity crush".Although true love is a rarity in showbiz, sure it would be easier to deal with a raised toilet seat lid than living in the public eye when it comes to relationships hence the reason for "baby mamas" and "baby daddies". Often times, it is difficult to keep private life private and secrets secret, as fans can't get enough of their favourite celebs. And some celebrities sometimes get carried away with the show and the attention which eventually leads to relationship friction or break up. Some have made it through reported cheating scandals, divorces, and breakups, and they've all had to deal with busy schedules. A few couples have kept their marriages private, but others have aired all of their dirty laundries. Some think avoiding official wedding vows is the key to success, but one couple just celebrated their golden anniversary. It's an informative, hilarious and entertaining as we review top celebrity couple goals and more on this episode.