I’ve been making dictation of English news broadcasting for a couple of years in order to maintain listening proficiency of English.
On yesterday's AP radio news broadcasted through AFN Tokyo (Eagle 810), I heard the following lines reporting the latest box office sales ranking.
“Lots of twilhearts went to the movie this weekend to see Edward and Bella wed. “Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 1” is No. 1 at the box office.”
The beginning word of the above line certainly sounded to me as “Lots of twilhearts,” not “twilight.” But I don’t know what “twilheart” mean. I found the word, “twilhearts” in several excerpts on Google without definition, but there’s no entry of such word as “twilhearts” in any English dictionaries at hand.
Does the statement “Lots of twilhearts went to the movie to see Edward and Bella wed,” make sense? If it does, what does it mean? If it doesn’t make sense, do you have any idea about what the right word it should be”?