It's been a while since we've heard from the "Someone Like You" singer Adele. She took a break from music after she got pregnant and had a baby boy named Angelo. But recently, there have been rumors that Adele will be next in line for a Las Vegas residency.
If the deal goes through, it could be a two-year stint in Vegas for Adele, who would join the likes of Elton John, Celine Dion, and, most recently, Britney Spears. Back in January 2013, Adele confirmed she was working on a third album, so it's certainly possible.
Of course, these rumors have come courtesy of an anonymous source, so it's unclear if Adele really will spend time in Las Vegas — for a residency or otherwise.
Would you see Adele in Vegas?
Having a name for a fan base isn't exactly new. Grateful Dead fans have been called Deadheads since at least 1971, when the name was featured on the sleeve of the band's second live album. I previously wrote about other fan names as well, including Fanilows (Barry Manilow), Little Monsters (Lady Gaga), Directioners (One Direction), Beliebers (Justin Bieber), and Juggalo/Juggalettes (Insane Clown Posse).
These days, however, it's almost unusual not to have a name for your fan base. Everyone from Katy Perry to Josh Groban have names for their fans. Here are 15 popular fan base names you should know.