Why are Emma Watson fans on Twitter using the hashtag ‘teamo’? The significance is clarified.
Why are Emma Watson fans on Twitter using the term ‘teamo’? The actress tweeted yesterday for the first time since August, and fans have been showering her with ‘teamo’ responses.
However, what does the term ‘teamo’ mean in English, and why are fans now using it?
Emma Watson reintroduces herself to Twitter.
Emma Watson returned to Twitter for the first time since August yesterday to address rumours about her professional and personal lives. She addressed rumours that her career has stalled and that she is engaged to Leo Robinton, with whom she was first linked in 2019.
Both rumours had been circulating for months. In response to the first rumour, her manager, Jason Weinberg, told the Evening Standard in February: “Emma’s social media accounts may be dormant, but her career is not.”
On Twitter, she addressed both rumours:
“If I have news – I promise I will share it with you,” she added. Emma Watson also explained that her lack of communication indicates that she is spending the pandemic in the same manner as the majority of people.
What does the term ‘teamo’ mean to Emma Watson fans?
Many fans began responding to this series of tweets with the hashtag ‘teamo.’ However, what does this term mean in the English language?
‘Te amo’ means ‘I love you’ in both Portuguese and Spanish. As a result, fans are responding to Emma Watson with the word ‘teamo’ – which is typically spelled out in the shape of massive hearts – to let her know they are rooting for her.
This, however, has confused a large number of people on Twitter who may not understand what the term ‘teamo’ – or ‘te amo’ – means: