I am sick and tired of everyone saying that we are not supposed to compare anyone, that they are so different, that it is not “mature” to see it any other way. You guys all rant on about being able to voice your opinions, well if we want to voice them by comparing Britney Spears to Christina Aguilera or Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys to Justin Timberlake of *NSYNC, well why are you trying to stop us? Why should our opinions and thoughts on the subject be stifled just because a few people are too childish and do this in the wrong way? I have liked another artist because the only competition in that field…well I just don’t agree with them in one way or another. So now I’m going to do what everyone seems to be too scared to, I am going to voice my opinions, harshly and truly (isn’t that the point of this site?). Well here you go (read on).
Nick Carter vs. Justin Timberlake
I prefer Justin, he is a cool guy that I look up to and in my mind just blows Nick out of the water in every aspect.
Sings fluffy pop songs that mean nothing
Is a former member of the Backstreet Boys
Is ugly – sorry but that matters to me (and many others obviously) if you pretend not to be shallow when it comes to the music industry then you are a liar.
Only positive – he’s dating Paris (I guess I should say allegedly or whatever)
Sings more meaningful songs
Has a better range of voice
Is much better looking
He can dance very well
And yeah, maybe Nick’s got Paris but Justin had Alicia Milano (she is hot!) And a princess for gods sake (again allegedly…)
And Britney Spears vs. Christina Aguilera
I gotta go with Britney!
Knows how to dance!
Seems to put a smile on your face.
as a sweet, soft voice.
REALLY ugly personality (and that is even more important than being ugly, which she is not)
So there are my completely honest and unbridled OPINIONS. If you want to tear them apart then be my guest, I have no problem with you sharing your OPINIONS. But this is a site for people who want to express themselves freely and without persecution. At least that’s my take on it.