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ERIN SCHWARTZ

Age 12, Washington Court House, Ohio

Along with plastering her room with photos of the Twi-stars (Her fave: "Robert!"), the sixth grader included a poster she made for a Twilight viewing party she threw. "She knows all the words from the movie," says her mom, Trina. "It's ridiculous!"

AMANDA SICA

Age 16, Quakertown, Pa.

"My room is head-to-toe Twilight," says the high school junior. "Every pillow has Robert Pattinson on it. It's a little weird, but I'm not bothered by it. It's comforting."

JADA ROBERTS

Age 20, Athens, Ala.

The former NASCAR fan replaced her posters of racer Kasey Kahne for someone even faster: Edward Cullen. "I'm Team Edward," says the pharmacy clerk. "But I love Taylor, so I'm totally Team Taylor too!"

TIGRA DE LA CRUZ MONTOYA

Age 36, St. Louis, Mo.

"I get two of everything, because you never know when someone is going to break something," says the mom of son Nkosi, 16, and daughter Halima, 11. "My collection is my prized possession."

CARRIE THEM

Age 32, Mount Gilead, Ohio

"When it comes to the series, I'm hooked," says the direct-care nurse, who has packed her room with Twi-gear, including three copies of the Twilight DVD. "I like all the stuff."

LAURA FOSTER

Age 26, Tuscumbia, Ala.

The self-professed fanatic decorator says, "I am a big Robsten fan. I love the idea of them being together." Which explains why the children's clothing designer prizes her Edward and Bella blanket most. "It's not to be messed with!"

BRIANNA McCLOSKEY

Age 9, Antelope, Calif.

It was meant to be a birthday surprise from her parents, but the third grader couldn't help but sneak peeks of her Twilight room makeover, which took a month to complete. "I kept coming in and looking because the artist always had the door open," she says. Still, when she saw the final result, "I was excited!" The part of the mural she loves most? "Jacob-he's cuter."

GRETCHEN HANSON

Age 15, Sandwich, Mass.

"I started the collage last August, and it got bigger and bigger!" says the high school sophomore, who covered half her family's computer room with pictures. "It's so cool."