Assume a reporter is talking to the best player of just completed basketball game and ask him in the following manner:
Tell everyone out there what it feels like to be the next Lebron James.
Why did he use out there? Why would not say just tell everyone, without "out there". Is the point going to be changed in that case or what?
What I did first to understand that was looking for the phrasal verb tell sb out. Since I didn't find anything similar I decided to look for
out there and found the following referece: clatz. Unfortunately it wasn't helpful too.
Maybe you can clarify that point?
It's also not clear where I'm supposed to use out there and where over there