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Default in a frenzy vs frenzied

I usually hear people use the word, frenzy, in the first example I am going to make up next.

(1) Yesterday, fans went into a frenzy when seeing their most favorite movie idol in the annual autograph session .

I would like to make minor changes to the first example.

(2) Yesterday, fans were in a frenzy when seeing their most favorite movie idol in the annual autograph session.

(3) Yesterday, fans were frenzied when seeing their most favorite movie idol in the annual autograph session.

Am I using these phrases with the words, "frenzy" and "frenzied", correctly in the sentences? Thank you for your help.
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