How the Backstreet Boys performed in separate homes in four different states is beyond me, but it just shows how talented the boys are!
I have been a BSB fan since December of 2018, and I have loved every second of it. I know I am what is considered a “young BSB fan” being in my teens, but their talent and charm transcend age in my opinion.
With the last date of the #DNAWorldTour in South America being canceled and the Coronavirus making people work from home, not work at all, overwork for those in service areas, and even cancel school, we as fangirls may just feel like we are in a rut.
When I first became a fan of the Backstreet Boys, I shared my love of them with my best friends. We would listen to their music and watch their videos on VHS tapes over and over. I was not a “teenie bopper” by any means. I was a 24-year-old working full time and taking full-time college credits. Did I think one day I would be still sharing my love with the backstreet boys 23 years later? No I did not. After 2008 I left the BSB fandom. My friends pretty much left the fandom after Millenium days.
I’m a media geek at heart. My main major in college was mass media and over the years I’ve made audio of some of the boys’ performances. I’ve decided to keep doing that and add them on the site!
With the world shackled by the Coronavirus, a lot of us are staying at home more, which means we are likely to get bored and need something to watch. Netflix and Hulu can only take us so far and how many times can we watch “Thor” before our eyes cross.
Everyone is feeling the stress from the latest Coronavirus outbreak. From ever-changing statistics, to school/work closings, even to wondering what will happen with the DNA Tour — this is inevitably shaking up everyone’s day-to-day life in various ways. Some more extreme than others, of course!
Note: This is a new series on BSBFangirls.com where we question different things that the Backstreet Boys have done throughout their career.
It’s Man Crush Monday and after a full day of watching the DNA World Tour video from Argentina, I could think of no one better than Nick Carter for this week’s Man Crush Monday.
Years ago, talking about suffering from something like depression was kind of taboo. Hell, it still is in a way, but people are more open about it now.
Let me start by saying I’m beyond happy that our boys are back on the stage! The DNA tour has been so much fun for me personally that I decided to make the trek to Mexico City for the start of the 2020 DNA tour. As always the boys absolutely killed it and as always they made all the struggles we encountered worth it!