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.
When did you become a full fledge fangirl?
I think I was born a fangirl. I don’t know how or when it began, but there are moments of my life that I look back on and it all kind of makes sense. Whenever I started to like something, I go all in.
Remember that time that Nick Carter danced on “Dancing With The Starts” to “Everybody?”
It was literally the best performance. Nick and his partner, Sharna Burgess a Jazz dance to the Backstreet Boys hit and there were even some boy band members in the audience.
Let me see that thong ….
The Backstreet Boys and Jimmy Fallon made a classic out of Sisqo’s “Thong Song” Tuesday, February 11, 2020, on “The Tonight Show.”
Backstreet Boy Howie Dorough who is beginning his new play in Omaha, Nebraska, will be appearing on the Hallmark Channel this coming week.
So I’m here with another edition of Ask the Fangirl – the first of 2018 – and there’s a lot to talk about, so let’s just get started. Continue reading “#AskTheFangirl: Las Vegas, #BSBCruise2018 and “This Is Us””
Since the last part of Season 3 of Netflix’s “Fuller House” was released and I, of course, watched it all in one sitting, I began watching the old “Full House” episodes on Hulu. Continue reading “5 questions I have about “Fuller House” so far”
I guess in a way, I always wanted to work in celebrity journalism before I even knew that was a thing. As a kid, I loved picking up the National Enquirer or People Magazine. Heck, I didn’t even know I wanted to work in journalism until I fell in love with it during college while working on my college newspaper. Continue reading “Celebrity journalism: the good, the bad and the effin’ ugly”
Check out the video from “Drop The Mic” where the boys try to name all the members of the WuTang Clan they can name. Continue reading “Video: How many WuTang members can the @BackstreetBoys name?”
The new TBS show based on James Corden’s rap battles on “The Late Late Show” will have a few good boy bands the next few weeks.
This Tuesday, Nov. 14, Rascal Flatts will face off against Boyz II Men. Can you imagine Gary and Shawn going off on one another?
On Tuesday, Nov. 21, all five Backstreet Boys will face off against one Charlie Puth.
You’re not going to want to miss this!
“Drop The Mic” airs at 10:30 pm EST on TBS. It’s hosted by Method Man and Hailey Baldwin.
Check out the video teaser for Rascal Flatts and Boyz II Men below:
There’s nothing I love more than pretend vocal group/boy bands. Continue reading “Video: James Corden, ‘Stranger Things’ kids create Motown vocal group and it’s to die for”