Take me away from here
Make it seem like we’re a million miles away
Another time another place
Make me a different man
Move me farther than I’ve been before
Show me that’s there’s something more
Tim McGraw-Take Me Away From Here
At 18, Justin Timberlake left his hometown of Millington, Tennessee and became an overnight pop sensation as a member of NSYNC. Ten years later, he's returning home. His first night back in town he runs in to an old friend and learns that a lot has happened since he became famous. Can he make up for past mistakes, or is it too late?
Inspired by Billy Ray Cyrus' "Back To Tennessee" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xnjrqotlgU
It was almost two years ago when I first met Addison. And every time I see her I still feel like it’s the first time. I still get excited and find myself staring at her. It’s been two damn years. We dated. We broke up. She’s completely crazy, possibly the biggest bitch I’ve ever met. She’s spoiled and high matience and she has serious mental issues. But still, when she walks into a room my head is turning like the rest of the room.
Then there’s Jules, my best friend from home who just moved up to LA. She’s my best friend and it’s never been anything more than that. But suddenly things got complicated. It always annoys me when people say relationships and love is complicated. I guess that’s because it has always been easy for me. At least I thought it was easy, but I guess it never really was love. So as of now, my relationship status… is complicated.
Samantha was only 16 when she'd met JC, while on vacation. He's been running through her mind ever since. It's now 8 years later and he suddenly wants to see her again. Will she be able to utter the words she's longed to say for so many years?
Penelope Asherbee isn’t one for the spotlight or the center of attention. She prefers behind the scenes – which is an easy job to get in the world of Hollywood since everyone is fighting tooth and nail to get noticed. She’s perfectly happy to continue her way to the top of the make up design world, one major motion picture at a time. But she has dreams outside of Hollywood, and her ticket out present itself in the indie, sure-fire hit, Southern Sunrise. Working with a star studded cast has its pros and cons, one of them being musician turned actor Justin Timberlake and Valora Francis, an actress who puts Naomi Campbell’s tantrums to shame.
Together with a bumbling cast of assistants, Penelope tries her best to keep her free spirit and easy going attitude unchained to the Hollywood mindset. But, of course, when things go wrong on set, and Penelope is suddenly thrown into the limelight, will she be able to keep her sanity? In a world where you fall faster than you climb, Penelope has to hold tight to who she is or be forever changed.
"If I told you things I did before, told you how I used to be, would you go along with someone like me?"
Lauren spent her college years living the fast track of "sex, drugs, and rock & roll". An opportunity to change her life around and get back on track came about and instantly she packed her bags and moved from Chicago to New York City. But will this opportunity and new relationships be enough clear her past and secure her future? Or are old enemies, with their best deceptions, to determined to bring her, and those who surround her down?
Mean while, the guys good bye tour is not going quite as they hope as bruised egos collide and unexpected/unwellcomed guests join the tour.
Theme song is "Young Folks" by Peter, Bjorn and John
After dancing at the club...JC admits to Keri what he's been feeling for a long time now...and Keri gives into her true feelings as well. If you have read the Dance then red this now....Inspired by the song, "Give into Me" by Euge Groove and JC Chasez
Haha! This line made me laugh "Then why are you looking at me like my dog just peed on your furniture?" LMAO! Yay! Melissa is in the studio recording her 1st song, this is so nice, Im liking this.. :)...