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David Cook’s Stalkers are also RUDE SLAGS

April 16, 2009

A David Cook fan tried enjoying a recent show with her teenage daughter but was pushed and shoved by, lo and behold, the stalker chicks attending every one of his damn shows.

Yeah. Classy. Those dumb twats are probably gonna get their ass kicked in the very near future since they’ve managed to piss innocent concertgoers / fans off all across the U.S. of A.

Here is an excerpt:

So the Venue staff lines us up at 5 pm inside the doors. First in line and I’m ready to go. They then tell us that they are now going to rope off the front of the stage for a VIP area for those that won passes, faculty, kids, event staff etc etc. There go my dreams of front row. Again. I of course am upset. Then I get interviewed by the local TV Station…. “Yes I’ve been here since 0530. Why? To be at the front of the stage!” Just a short little interview.

Venue staff think it’s crazy but laugh and are going to make sure I get in front of the stage now (my daughter and I). The staff were GREAT – they moved the VIP Barricades and made a little area for us to go to at the barricades in front of the stage. However, when we got inside there the Staff Guy was like, “No, no… that will never do. Hold on, going to move the VIP rope down some so your closer to the stage.” We were in front of a speaker. So I tell my daughter “Get ready, as he moves the barricade over, scoot down.” No sooner does he move the barricade that my daughter is SHOVED into me and now Serena, Corrine and Shauna are now in front of the stage in the first row, where previously they had been behind my daughter and I. The security guy in front of me asks me “What just happened???” and the Staff guy holds his hands up in surrender. Not much they can do, right?

I (of course) voice my displeasure at this. I am even nice about it. Loud, but nice. Finally, the girls agree that they will switch places with my daughter and me. Serena, Corrine, and Shauna scoot down while my daughter and I move over next to the VIP section to get in front. I am then stuck and wedged next to the VIP area and my daughter. Serena, Shauna, Corrine and Stacey are now all front row, and there is no room to maneuver. Again, I am calm, and I loudly object (for myself and the other two people I came with who were now shoved into second row at that point).

Needless to say, I spent the entire show 2nd row with the other people I came with. My daughter was in front, and that would have to do, as no amount of screaming or yelling was going to get me back in front. Is this fair? No. Is this rude? Yes. You’ve all seen the posts about “those that shall remain nameless” or “the stalkers”. You’ve all defended them over and over. Can you defend them now? Is there ANY excuse they can give? Were they there at 0530? No. How did “I” wind up in 2nd row and them in the first row? Could I have knocked them flat on their ass and taken back my spot in the 1st row? Yes. But I didn’t. I yelled and screamed at them, and they ignored me. The security guard standing next to me in the VIP area offered to move them, but the show started and I told him to forget about it, don’t worry- he gave me HIS spot. (Still second row but behind a few little girls.) This behavior cannot be condoned and for all those posts on all the message boards asking for people to “call them out”. I am. Here. Loudly. And NOTHING is being said here that I did not say directly to Serena, Corrine, Shauna and Stacey. You shoved my daughter and me to claim your front row spot, then when you so graciously offered to move over to give her a better view, you moved yourselves up front and knocked three people to second row. Absolutely no excuse in my book.

The reason I am writing this? Everyone heard me screaming. Yelling. Swearing. It has been twittered, and I’ve been emailed and PM’d on all the boards regarding it. This is the story and that’s what happened. Why am I naming names? Because Serena, Stacey, Corrine, and Shauna really shocked me that they would be that bold as to SHOVE a 15 year old girl into someone else for a front row spot. Shocked the hell out of me. I have defended these women all over message boards that they are NOT stalkers and it is their right to get to a venue at 6 am for a front row spot. But if THAT is how you get a front row spot, you certainly don’t deserve it.

At a recent show in Memphis, some fans even went as far as holding up THIS adorable sign!

David Cook fans even make signs to try and help the stalker problem

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14 Comments leave one →
  1. jaa permalink
    April 18, 2009 4:47 pm

    I can’t believe they just straight up shoved a 15 year old girl…especially because when I imagine Serena, Stacey, Corrine and Shauna, I imagine them as fat. Fat chicks with shirts too tight for their big bodies and wearing embellishments that say Princess on them. How old are they? Don’t they have jobs? Boyfriends? Lives? Guess not. Maybe next time it happens security will just throw them out. Can’t wait for that blog post.

  2. rascalete permalink
    April 17, 2009 3:42 pm

    I hate seeing this happen because in the end it will be David who will
    be hurt. These girls need to realize that their actions are going to have consequences. As more concert goers here about them some one is going to do something to them. The fighting in the audience is not a good example for David and EEB’s getting new fans. I hate seeing this going in this direction. I think security is going to have to step in and take some serious steps.

    • SarahBeth permalink
      April 17, 2009 4:06 pm

      I really don’t think it’s going to stop until these girls continually get escorted away by security from the front row/shows/buses or someone gets hurt and all access to David is cut off.

      And that makes me really sad.

  3. Sane Jason Fan permalink
    April 17, 2009 2:29 pm

    These hags sound like they’d mow over a group of kindergartners to get in front. I hope Cook ignores them at every venue and someone hands them their lungs.

  4. Calee permalink
    April 17, 2009 10:24 am

    Yep, at the William & Mary show I went to recently there they were plastered in the front row in front of Neal. It’s funny because someone pointed them out to me when we were in line (it was my first show and I was clueless!) and told me they can be brutal about getting front row so watch out. Well, I was 2nd row on Andy’s side and kind of near the center when some lady says to me that we need to do something to help because there was a loud argument going on between the “stalkers” and some fans behind them who felt they were shoved out of the way of getting front row. I just watched as they bickered back and forth because I was sandwiched there and couldn’t exactly move. Hey, what comes around goes around… you can’t treat people like crap and not have it bite you in the a__!

  5. April 17, 2009 9:43 am

    concert rule #1:
    DON’T BE A FRIGGIN DOUCHE.
    No one is better than anyone else and just because you have gone to 25 shows in a row does not make you better, cooler or entitled. How hard is it to just go to a show, enjoy yourself and BE NICE to your fellow fans? I am a veteran concert-goer, have been a band manager, stage manager and first and foremost a FAN of people and the music they make. i have seen the same band many times (over the course of ten years) and i just can’t see why people want to be such asscandles.

    And the sad thing is, it’s not just this poster who has reported such behaviors – i’ve read/heard from people at MANY different shows who have the same accusations.why would SO many people make such things up?
    who knows. Good for this lady for speaking her mind.

    i know i’m too nice most of the time, and i don’t personally need to be in The Front at a show, but watch out if you attempt to knock me out of your way..especially since i am built like a brick house 😉

  6. Jennifer permalink
    April 17, 2009 9:38 am

    You know that DC and the band are sick and tired of looking out into the audience and seeing those hags at every show. That sign is priceless!

  7. Maree permalink
    April 17, 2009 4:47 am

    Aw, crap. I like the guy. I don’t want to see this hurt him.

  8. Jenny permalink
    April 17, 2009 12:08 am

    Ok…I’m sick of hearing about these dumb bitches at Cook’s concert.

    • TopIdol permalink
      April 17, 2009 12:09 am

      Hopefully, there won’t be many more posts, but they kind of make me giggle sometimes.

  9. SarahBeth permalink
    April 16, 2009 11:09 pm

    Unfortunately, even though they’ve been called out, I doubt they’ll stop it. Because they’re entitled, remember? /sarcasm

    That’s a GREAT sign btw. 🙂 Kudos to whoever made it!

    I’m going to the Northampton show in May and I really don’t want to deal with this shit. Honestly.

  10. April 16, 2009 10:49 pm

    maybe this will teach these pushy bitches to act right at concerts. David is a rising star and shouldn’t be embarassed like that. This kind of behavior can hurt his image…and I am talking primarily those stupid bunnies. It looks like they were taught a valuable lesson.

    I think some fans are going to get fed up and take action and start kicking some ass.

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