Internet Stalking is Socially Acceptable

I came across an article the other day that said, Dwyane Wade took a girl to prom after she asked him via youtube. The whole event was a complete surprise as he wasn’t sure he would be able to attend but he ended up showing up and completely surprising the girl. Many of the articles I read on this focused on how sweet it was of him and how she took a 1 in a million shot and it worked out for her. But for me all I kept thinking is how celebrity stalking has taken on a whole new form.

Has anyone else joined twitter? I started one awhile ago but never got hooked until…I became a fan of celebrity stalking. There are so many celebrities on twitter its hard to choose who to follow, and more importantly who to stalk. So I started small. Quite a few posts back you may remember by mention of Josh Krajcik, the singer from X-factor that I adore. Well I decided to tweet him in hopes of an answer- and I didn’t just get one I got two! It started with a re-tweet:

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And then I asked him a question and he replied!

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I was in absolute heaven when I received these! Of course I have tried multiple forms of internet stalking since then- facebook, more tweets…ect and to no avail. I may have become creepy to him…so on to next celebrity…Anthony Tyler Quinn.

I am sure you bloggers remember a few posts back I blogged about Anthony Tyler Quinn and his role as Mr. Turner in Boy Meets World? Since then I have been tweeting him hoping for a re-tweet or a reply- no luck yet. I will keep trying!

 

So bloggers, have you gotten wrapped up in the internet stalking craze? Who is your celeb of choice at the moment?

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18 thoughts on “Internet Stalking is Socially Acceptable

  1. I don’t stalk celebrities. Just girls I know. That way I can actually “follow” them! Haha! But nope, no celebrity stalking for me. And I don’t ever have anything interesting enough to say to use my Twitter account.

    • I never really did either but I am starting to like it more and more. I think you just need to find the right followers to get yourself immersed in the twitter community.

    • That was my problem when I started, I just followed people I know and that was boring. Who cares what Suzy had for lunch and blah blah. But, I do care what Ben Savage is doing or Anthony Tyler Quinn. THAT i am interested in 🙂

  2. “And then I asked him a question and he replied!”

    That is like WAY cool, Shae!!! And replied…TWICE!!!

    I used to blog with a women from NY who used to twitter back and forth with a celebrity fashion guru. I can’t remember his name, but he wrote several books. Anyway, she had SUCH crush on him, but he was GAY. OMG..she use to twitter-stalk him constantly – HA!

    I used to be on Twitter many, many years ago, before it became really popular. However, I never used it, so I cancelled my account. But most of my blogging friends Twitter and love it!

    Again, great post topic, girl!

    Hope you’re having a FABU week!

    X

    • Haha thats awesome! But that fact that he continued to tweet her is amazing. I want to find a celebrity I can have a twittermance with lmao! Sad you are not on twitter I think you would have some pithy tweets out there!

  3. You know I have a Twitter account but I hardly ever look at the damn thing. I’m old fashioned–I just Google stuff. Most of the celebrities I consider stalk-worthy have joined the choir invisible. Oh, well…

  4. ha! asking celebs on a date via youtube is growing. i probably would only ask boris kodjoe out and then have the nerve to ask him to leave his wife at home. hehe. i don’t follow too many celebs. i did get a reply and RT from marshon brooks who was on my favorite basketball them, the brooklyn nets. otherwise i’m ignored.

  5. I don’t use Twitter. I guess I use FB sometimes like Twitter by just posting a status about what I’m doing. I follow a couple of celebs on FB… Julian Lennon is one that comes to mind.
    I have a hard enough time getting people to comment on my blog or FB. Yes, I have regulars which I adore and enjoy hearing from, but if I can’t get more than about 10 or 15 people here or at FB to follow me, I’d never say anything interesting enough to Twitter or Tweet about it. LOL

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