Sometimes when you're really into something, and they've gotten huge, they've blown up, you begin to forget why you liked them. Oh, so you like the music, but you like a lot of music. Why are these people so much more important than the others? There isn't posters of every band or musician or actor you enjoyed; you'd never be able to keep up. Faith gets broken, it gets renewed, all that stuff. I've always been a person connected to music, to entertainment, to fame, to celebrities. People that are stronger than me to do things I dream of. And these loves come and go. Hanson was adorable and had catchy music. Orlando Bloom was just plain hot and was awesome in movies. The Beatles are basically forever.(I could write way too much on my devotion to them). But my most interesting and crazy I guess we can call it an obsession was the Jonas Brothers.
And I know the people who don't like the Jonas Brothers, they'll probably stop reading now. But this isn't just about them. It's about being into an artist and watching them evolve, but then you feel like they're gone. It's like a relationship, how I feel with some artists, especially the Jonas Brothers. My feelings towards them has written quite a many songs. I learned a lot about my love for music; that I don't just want to listen to it, I want to play it. Yes, I've been hindered and I procrastinate, but I cannot wait until the day I can play one of those songs and just feel amazing. It's a goal I will slowly work to. School work is right now; a guitar doesn't leave. I can work at it any time.
But I'm getting off topic. Which I usually do. A lot of times with a band that is so popular, and teenies love so much, you get annoyed. It no longer feels like yours. I don't claim to have liked them before the teenies began. But when I started liking them, I liked them for their music. The music hit me first; then their devotion to their music. Their personality came next. I could care less who was the hot one. Sure, it helped them, but it wasn't a big deal to me. I don't care much about looks. If you can make me feel a song, I love it.
Again, off topic. I definitely have those moments of annoyance with those brothers. More than I like them. I go, you know, they have all this fame, they simply try to hard to seem level headed. And I didn't want to see their movie. I was like, it's simply a ploy to get more money; whatever. I saw the real thing.
And then the Dave Letterman interview. He seems to always get the best interviews. I knew it would the best because Nick admitted something about Miley. And it made me feel like, it finally isn't bull. They're admitting faults, that's them. I watched the interview and wasn't some teenie going oh my gosh, they're so adorable! I went, oh man, dork moment, or ha. I was laughing hysterically. I could see they were being real and they were awkward.
That's when I realized. This was the reason. It was the little moments of reality and you realize, that there is a reason to liking them. Just because you can't meet them, you are just one in a million, it still felt good to call myself a fan.