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Ultimate Fan Army: Daydreamers or Sheerios?

For more than a year, fan armies have participated in a variety of polls and debates dedicated to the finest icons in all of pop-music, repping the young pop stars they "stan" for. And now the Tylt wants to honor today's most mobilized fan bases by crowning the Ultimate Fan Army of 2017.

Ultimate Fan Army—it's a cool title to have, but there are NOT any real losers. You all have been the absolute best this year, and each round the losing fan armies will be honored with their own unique title to represent their fight and have the opportunity to pick the next Tylt debate featuring their favorite artist. Fan armies, it's time to get in formation. Who reps their favorite young pop star the hardest?

Don't forget to vote for all these first round face-offs:

Ultimate Fan Army: Rihanna Navy or Swifties?

Ultimate Fan Army: Zquad or XO Crew?

Ultimate Fan Army: Skeleton Clique or EXO-Ls?

Ultimate Fan Army: Arianators or Selenators?

Ultimate Fan Army: Beliebers or Mendes Army?

Ultimate Fan Army: Mixers or Harmonizers?

Ultimate Fan Army: BTS ARMY or Vampettes?


Adele is one of the most prolific singers of today. At the age of 29, she has won swept the top three Grammy categories twice—Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Album of the Year. 

Her powerful tone, torch songs, and lyrical content are relatable to a diverse pool of people, fueling her fan base far and wide. The Daydreamers have predicted Adele would win many awards in polls, and call 'em psychic in many instances. They don't just daydream (named after a significant Adele's song), but also make it happen. 


Ed slowly, but surely, built up his mainstream momentum. He second album "X" was a mega breakthrough for the singer, especially with the hit "Thinking Out Loud." But he might have topped himself with his "÷" album, featuring the second-longest running hit of the 2017—"Shape of You." The song has become a monster smash on streaming services, specifically on Spotify. 

According to Billboard, here's how Ed has been most likely keeping his army mobilized below:

"The key is just to be human and real and yourself. Your job as a role model isn't necessarily just to behave. I think being a good role model is teaching kids to be themselves."
Ultimate Fan Army: Daydreamers or Sheerios?
A festive crown for the winner