Author’s Note: I have warm, fuzzy feelings when I think about each Backstreet Boy. This will be part of an ongoing series which covers first impressions of the boys.

1996. The year I became a fan. I can tell you that this wasn’t the year that I fell head over heels for Nick Carter. Nick and I are 8 years, 8 months and 2 days apart. He’s the youngest member of the Backstreet Boys and he was my least favorite member for the longest time. Sure, I loved him like I loved the others but I just didn’t get what the big deal was. Why did every girl fawn over this kid? Even if I was still a kid myself, I personally liked tall, dark and old as dirt…sorry Kev.

Continue reading “First Impressions of a Backstreet Boy: @NickCarter”

I have been a Backstreet Boys fan since 1997. I had all the VHS tapes, I recorded every appearance they made on tv. I even camped out for tickets for their Into the Millennium tour. I carried my imaginary Backstreet Boys Fan Card with PRIDE. I made sure everyone knew I loved Brian.

Continue reading “Confession: “Where’s Kevin?” My Backstreet Boys Fan Card Revoked”

Author’s Note: I have warm, fuzzy feelings when I think about each Backstreet Boy. This will be part of an ongoing series which covers first impressions of the boys.

To some people, he’s quiet and shy; and to some, he’s the life of the party. Unfortunately, my initial impression was that Howie blended in. He just existed to complete the band.

Continue reading “First Impressions of a Backstreet Boy: @HowieD”

With Nick Carter starting his solo tour in Mexico and South America this week, I thought I would look back at my Nick Carter solo-touring life and why I will always support him.  Continue reading “Personal: Why I will always support @NickCarter and his solo work”

Whether you were an adult and became a Backstreet Boys fan, or you were in middle school and thought you were going to marry Nick Carter, every fan has done something that they regret when it comes to being a Backstreet Boys fans.  Continue reading “Backstreet Regrets: Even the biggest fans have a few things they regret”

Meet Stephen. He’s our girl Lacy’s husband. He’s from Georgia, loves the Florida Gators and doesn’t think Florida Georgia Line is real country music.

But, after all, he is the husband of a Backstreet Boys fan.

Stephen came to Las Vegas with Lacy for her to go see the boys twice with me, Jen and Mara.

And after gambling, Stephen decided to tell us what the #BSBVegas show was going to be like.

And I recorded it.  Rochelle McLean has already RT’d it, saying that he knew his shit.

Enjoy!

 

Like I’ve continuously said, things have been getting back to normal. I plan on recording parts for my and Ezra May’s next BSB video analysis today. We haven’t updated it in almost a year but this has been a crazy year. Like, really.  Continue reading “Confessions: Recent thoughts from a fangirling adult”

Screenshot (34)There comes a point in every fangirl who writes fan fiction’s life when she realizes that the magic is over – writer’s block has won.

For me, I haven’t written substantially in almost two years for the most part. I’ve tried off and on for a while. I will start a new story and something always takes my attention away. Continue reading “Confession: I think my fan fiction days are over”

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The video of the hottest duo on country music, Florida Georgia Line, performing Backstreet Boys’ “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” has literally taken the world by storm.

I mean, even TMZ is talking about it and having the guys on to discuss it. Continue reading “Confession: The @FlaGaLine @BackstreetBoys love isn’t new… so why is everybody acting like it is?”

cropped-20141014_181425160_ios1.jpgIt’s the problem of a fangirl that is certainly important – what do you wear in your next VIP photo with your favorite guy ever (aka Mr. Nickolas Gene Carter)?

That’s the problem I’m dealing with right now. Continue reading “Confession: I can’t decide what to wear to @NickCarter’s concert #FirstWorldProblems”