Tuesday, May 24, 2005

FULL OF POINTS

Well, Nick Carter, so long as you believe your solo career was worth it, that's surely all that matters? Just because everyone else in the world views your post-Backstreet career as a waste of good plastic, spitshields and a perfectly serviceable Frisco Burger bus boy, if it meant something to you, that's just fine.

Apparently, it was all about the journey anyway:

"The solo career was something I wanted to try and I did it. To be honest, it was pretty lonely and I really missed the guys. But it was still a great experience for me."

It wouldn't have been quite so lonely if anyone had actually turned up for the gigs, though, would it?