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George W. Bush is admiral of the United States, anybody is commendation Borat, a abstruse country accompanist alleged Taylor Swift has aloof appear her aboriginal anthology — and best of our leisure time is spent online on a website alleged Myspace. There, you can upload the selfie you took on your cast new agenda camera, leave a amorous bulletin in alternating caps on your crush’s wall, and set your admired Taking Aback Sunday song to bang every time addition clicks on your name.
Myspace was the conception of a abstruse man accustomed artlessly as Tom, but by then, it was bright who absolutely disqualified the site. This was the era aback the Arena Queens were at the top of the apple — or, at least, at the top of your Top 8. They controlled the blogosphere with a heavy-hand of eyeliner and a afire hot flatiron, assortment offline with some of the era’s bigger bands, finer authoritative them the altar of attraction on LiveJournal and beyond. And then, aloof as bound as Ryan Ross larboard Panic! at the Disco, they all but abolished from the boilerplate — or did they? And how absolutely did a accumulation of spiky-haired, cartoon-loving boyhood girls become bonafide celebrities overnight, with annihilation added than a dial-up modem and admission to Manic Panic and a Hot Topic?
Here, the articulate history of the Arena Queens:
In August 2003, a new website focused on amusing networking was created. Its name? Myspace. While added sites like Friendster and LiveJournal were animate and well, Myspace bound became the amusing networking armpit to be on. From 2005 to 2009, it was the bigger amusing networking armpit in the world, extensive added than 100 actor users per month. A ample cardinal of these users were adolescence assuredly accepting their aboriginal aftertaste of abandon on the internet, with Myspace as a safe abode to agreement with their character and acquisition agreeing aeon about the world.
Hanna Beth Merjos, influencer, designer, author, model, and above “Scene Queen”: I aboriginal heard about Myspace aback I was in aerial school. I was either 15 or 16 years old and I aloof bethink bodies talking like, “Yeah, there’s this new platform.” Aback aback it aboriginal started there weren’t abounding bodies on it, so it was mostly bodies that were in your breadth and into the aforementioned things you are. I was air-conditioned into the accomplished emo vibe, so that’s aback I got on it. There was already Friendster, but I wasn’t into that.
Alex Gaskarth, advance accompanist of All Time Low: Myspace was a big allotment of what launched our band. It accustomed bodies to acquisition out about bands and accumulate them in their aback pockets for a while. It was everybody’s best kept secret. It was taste-making but the gatekeepers weren’t accomplishing it.
Morgan Freed, co-founder of Emo Nite LA: Myspace was the aboriginal abode I met people. I met bags of accompany that I still allocution to, and so I am absolutely blessed that it does not abide anymore because there’s apparently some awkward sh*t on there. It was additionally the aboriginal abode that you could go, “Oh sh*t, you like this and you alive above the world!” It was the aboriginal time that you begin bodies that you were in accustomed with, as against to your f*cking five-person acquaintance group.
H.B.: I started to apprehension my calculation was activity up afterwards six months or so. I anticipate I got up to maybe 400,000 or 500,000 by then. Aback then, actuality an influencer wasn’t a thing. I would acquisition anyone that was a columnist and accommodated up with them offline, which apparently wasn’t safe but I survived. I consistently styled my own shoots and bodies were consistently into my awe-inspiring appearance and makeup. That’s how I got a lot of my followers. I had a adamantine time affair bodies I could chronicle to in absolute life, but with Myspace I was able to accommodated all of these bodies that I could chronicle to, and who were into the aforementioned things I was. It was a accomplished new apple for me.
As Myspace’s acceptance began to grow, so did the addict counts of its best arresting creators — abnormally those who embodied what was now accustomed as the Myspace aesthetic: jagged, absurd haircuts, abundant kohl eyeliner, assorted facial piercings, and neon-hued wardrobes. Among those whose ballyhoo skyrocketed were Jac Vanek, Audrey Kitching, and Hanna Beth, a leash of California-based girls who became accompany through their aggregate aftertaste in pop-punk music — and affection for dating guys in pop-punk bands.
H.B.: About aback I was 16 years old, I became absolutely abutting with Audrey [Kitching] and Jac Vanek. We’d consistently go to a agglomeration of shows, and we affiliated through that. Additionally Jeffree Star; he was in Orange County. We all affiliated because we lived abutting and we all were in these actual emo hardcore music scenes. I acclimated to go to shows two or three times a week. That accomplished apple was my life.
I didn’t apprehend the appellation “scene queen” until I was 17 or 18. I was with Audrey, and we were accomplishing a lot of [events with] this aggregation alleged Buzznet. We did Warped Bout together, we had affiche signings and things like that, and I aloof bethink girls actuality like, “Oh my God, I attending up to you guys, you’re like the arena queens.” I’m like, “What is that?” We’d abrasion tutus and crowns, and this blowzy makeup, and we were consistently accomplishing these asinine shoots. But again it became a accomplished movement that I didn’t alike apprehend was happening. Me, Audrey, Jac, Jeffree — we all had followings in our own way, so I feel like because of all of that, bodies knew who we were. We affectionate of were a basic of that accomplished scene, and again I was dating some guys that played in bands.
Kate Truscott, accustomed administrator of Kevin Lyman Accumulation (founder of Warped Tour): I bethink aback I was like, “Who the f*ck is Jac Vanek and why do I care?” Attending at all these kids that are affairs these f*cking elastic wristbands!
Jamie Tworkowski, architect of To Write Adulation on Her Arms: We were acquainted of some of the people, some of the stereotypes. I wasn’t addition who grew up arcade at Hot Topic. The aboriginal anniversary our shirts were [at Hot Topic], it was the acknowledged shirt at the store. It consistently acquainted important, and I adulation that 14 years later, I’m talking to you and it’s still activity absolutely strong. To me, if anyone identifies with [that scene], that’s great. There was of advance the aspect of a trend, and I’m absolutely able to accede that. But we believed that no bulk what someone’s addition was to it, this was ultimately a allusive conversation.
H.B.: I beggarly the beard and the architecture was aloof so bad. I bethink accepting so abundant cement on my attic at all times. And additionally cutting these dejected contacts that looked so above fake. And aloof so abundant makeup! Aback again you weren’t contouring or blending, so it aloof did not attending good. I see photos of me from aerial academy and I’m like, “Jesus Christ, how was this OK aback then?”
M.F.: I do feel like if Myspace was like, “Hey, actually, we’re advancing aback for a anniversary so you guys can go cull all your photos,” that’s all we would see [on Instagram] for weeks.
H.B.: It was crazy because I never looked at Myspace as “work.” I aloof bethink actuality a chief in aerial academy and I was like, “I don’t appetite to go to college.” I f*cking hated school. I’m alone 5-foot-2 so I never anticipation clay was in my future. Because of the internet and accomplishing all of my shoots and stuff, I was able to alpha booking campaigns, and I concluded up accomplishing a lot of absolutely air-conditioned stuff.
If Myspace was area Arena Queens were born, again Warped Tour, the anniversary pop-punk music festival, was their absonant 21st altogether party. Amid communicable banderole performances by the brand of My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, and Paramore, they manned their own merch booths, captivated meet-and-greets, and got to pal about with the bands that aboriginal got them into the scene.
K.T.: I was so acquiescently blind of annihilation that was activity on my aboriginal year at Warped Bout because I was so abysmal in my own sh*t [handling My Chemical Romance’s merch tent]. Nobody knew me. I didn’t apperceive them. I never larboard my tent. I absent 30 pounds that summer. By the end of the tour, I was alive in My Chem commodity because I didn’t accept time to do laundry. The afterward year I formed in the assembly office, and you alpha to absolutely see how this accomplished blend comes together. Anybody does their best to abutment anniversary other. And that’s like aback bodies allocution about Warped Tour, they consistently allocution about it actuality a family, and whatever. There’s no added way to survive. There isn’t.
J.T.: Warped Bout was absolutely a association that we were so accustomed to be a allotment of. Actuality out there, we were actuality alien to hundreds of adolescent people. Kevin Lyman, who founded Warped Tour, has consistently been abundantly generous, not alone to us but to accustomed charities in general. That scene, that tour, was aloof vital, in agreement of our foundation, and additionally aloof relationally, my sister, her best friends, and alike her admirer can be traced aback to Warped Tour. The chat “community” gets befuddled about a lot, and all these years later, she can attending at these relationships that she cherishes. That was absolutely accurate for any of our association that spent a cogent bulk of time on the alley for Warped Tour.
A.G.: Aback then, Warped Bout was jailbait bedrock summer camp. You would accommodated all these baby accompany and footfall abroad and appear aback to it the abutting year. We did it several years in a row, and Jac, who is a friend, was consistently out accomplishing her affair with either accouterment or branding or whatever it may accept been. We spent several summers together, and that was rad.
H.B.: I did Warped Bout a few times. We’d do signings and accommodated people. It’s such a big allotment of my life. I consistently had such a acceptable time. I admired it because I was aloof about a agglomeration of hot guys in bands, so I wasn’t cerebration of it as annihilation like assignment [laughs].
K.T.: Some women would be on people’s bedfellow list, so they would be around, announcement their photos, or blogging, admitting this was aback afore it was a thing. No one could be like, “I’m a blogger,” or “I’m an influencer,” or whatever. They were aloof there. But some of them like Audrey or Jac had their own booths. Jac was one of our vendors that would assurance up aboriginal in the year. She’d say, “I’m activity to do the accomplished tour.” She would amount out how she was activity to get around. And again she would pay us for her berth every day. She would advertise her elastic wristbands, or her flannels that say, “I abhorrence everybody,” or whatever. And again she would do signings. It was the aboriginal canicule of influencers.
Of course, with their newfound acclaim came affluence of rumors about their claimed lives. Soon, endless blogs started account speculations about the claimed lives of the Arena Queens and their adulation lives. For the women dating some of the added acclaimed associates of the arena — your Panic! at the Discos and Fall Out Boys — this was a assertive subsect of the internet’s account landscape.
H.B.: I anachronous this guy Deryck who was in Sum 41 for about a year afterwards him and Avril [Lavigne] had split, and I bethink alert to them aback I was younger. So that was affectionate of a asinine thing.
K.T.: I never absolutely knew Hanna Beth or Audrey. Eliza [Siep, ex-wife of Gerard Way] was my acquaintance for a continued time, but I don’t apperceive if she was anytime Arena Queen really. But this babe alleged Alicia [Simmons], she was affiliated to Mikey [Way] for a continued time, and she and I reconnected a few years ago. I bethink she was dating Pete Wentz at some point. It was all this awe-inspiring overlapping. Whatever the almanac “Thnks fr th Mmrs” is on, there are ample genitalia of that almanac that are about that accomplished arena of bodies that we afraid out with, openly. Alert to it, I was aloof like, “Oh. Is this what it feels like to be a rapper and accept [who] bodies are talking about?”
H.B.: Absolutely in those years I abstruse not to be so accessible about who I’m dating or what I’m activity through because bodies would f*cking baste out. I feel like aback again I would get way added abhorrence than I do now from people. If I anytime did accept a accessible breakup, anybody would anticipate that they knew aggregate and would be like, “This is why it happened,” and all of that.
The aristocracy ball amid the Arena Queens was aloof as animated of a topic, with connected belief about who was angry whom, who was dating whose ex, and who took whom out of their Top 8.
H.B.: I’m not a aggressive actuality so it never would absolutely bother me, but I anticipate if addition was accepting added absorption I could see maybe bodies I was accompany with get awe-inspiring about it or appear me. I anticipate some bodies get a little added advantaged or anticipate they’re bigger than added people.
By my aboriginal 20s, that accomplished arena was dying bottomward a lot. Buzznet was hardly dying, and I was absorption a lot added on appearance architecture and altered assignment that I was accomplishing on my own. We all were affectionate of aloof accomplishing our own altered things. I was consistently abutting with Jac and Jeffree, and we don’t allocution that generally but if I anytime see them, it’s consistently great. We all aloof went altered ways.
By the time Mark Zuckerberg fabricated Facebook accessible for accessible admission in 2006, Myspace had absent its cachet as the best accordant amusing networking site, and inevitably, the Arena Queen moment achromatic into the pop ability abyss. At least, it did. Today, as TikTok continues to advance the app pack, the arena aesthetic, in all its annoying glory, is boring authoritative a comeback, admitting the new era of bright Instagram perfection.
A.G.: Aggregate happens in cycles. It’s been air-conditioned to see how avant-garde trends in music accept rekindled the bonfire of earlier trends. Acutely this accomplished arena was built-in in the backward ’90s, aboriginal 2000s, and ebbed and flowed from there. What’s absolutely absorbing is — and I alternate to use the chat emo — but you see a bit of emo awakening in hip-hop. I will accept that I didn’t absolutely acquisition out about The Cure in a big way until I begin out that Blink-182 were huge admirers of The Cure. I affable in and accomplished what a allegorical bandage they were. And in a altered way, that’s array of what’s accident here. Kids are activity aback and attractive at area the influences came from and acumen that some of those bands are still out there accomplishing it.
M.F.: We don’t anytime absolutely allocution about arena actuality or annihilation like that. But I mean, it’s acutely a huge allotment in what fabricated everybody who they are. That was childhood. Kids that grew up in the ’50s admired arena baseball on the street. We grew up activity to shows and actuality on [Myspace], acquirements the internet and addition out selfies and f*cking award out about new music.
H.B.: Aback then, there were never filters or Facetune; aggregate was actual absolute and raw. Yeah, everyone’s appearance was affectionate of similar, but now I feel like anybody tries to attending a assertive way or be a assertive way. On Myspace, it was added about actuality yourself and accepting fun… I never went online and started comparing myself to added girls. I accept adolescent brothers; one’s 15 and one is 10, so I affectionate of apprehend about their bearing and what’s activity on, and I feel like a lot of these adolescent girls are actual calmly afflicted and aloof strive to this unrealistic affair that they charge to be. To be absolutely honest, I aloof don’t adore amusing media as abundant as I acclimated to because I aloof don’t acquisition it as alarming and air-conditioned and unique.
J.T.: Amusing networking has consistently been acclimated for acceptable and bad. We’ve consistently approved to be careful, to accede both extremes. I anticipate some bodies wondered if we were aggravating to actualize this online utopia, area we could all ataxia calm and be OK. We admired what’s been able to appear online, but we additionally anticipate it’s important to point out, “Hey we additionally charge to abutting our laptops and put our buzz abroad and attending addition in the eyes and accept absolute relationships and absolute conversations.”
And yet, while Myspace may be no more, the Arena Queen bequest still lives on. Vanek’s merch bandage is still active, and she has parlayed her internet canicule into a absolute ball career as one of the co-hosts of the accustomed podcast and above TV appearance LadyGang; Merjos is now a fashion, beauty, and affairs influencer who appear her aboriginal book Covered in Glitter in 2016 and continues to model. Jeffree Star is, well, Jeffree Star. Combined, the three of them accept added than 15.2 actor followers on Instagram.
KT: Kevin, my boss, is a assistant at USC now. I was on campus for an accident and there’s some Tender Greens or article on campus. And there was a photo of Jac’s podcast accomplishing a promo for the restaurant on campus. I took a photo of it and beatific it to her. I was like, “This sh*t freaks me out. In my head, you’re still 17.”
A.G.: Jac was a acceptable acquaintance and she charcoal a acceptable friend. She’s dating one of the bodies from The Maine, whom I adulation actual much. I absolutely saw both of them not that continued ago. It’s funny to attending aback and affectionate of bethink on an era that was so arbitrary and authentic by its characteristics. But again you affectionate of apprehend that a lot of these bodies that were array of associated with that arena went on to do abundant things and are still accomplishing abundant things. It’s auspicious to see; it’s case in point that bodies abide to abound and change and about-face and are activating and not aloof authentic by their agent story.
K.T.: It’s absolutely crazy that they somehow accept nine lives — it’s amazing. Anniversary of those girls was acute abundant to be their own bang-up and their own personality and their own director. They didn’t accept to accord with added bandage associates and arguments. Every accommodation they fabricated was for themselves. It’s f*cking air-conditioned impressive. Every distinct one of those girls could accept collapsed into the allurement of marrying a bandage guy and acceptable their husband’s shadow. And none of them did. I am actual appreciative of them for it.
H.B.: I feel like that time fabricated me who I am today. My alone affliction is that I broken my absolute face. Thankfully I see a acceptable dermatologist and he was able to get rid of all my scars. I’ve gotten girls that will bulletin me still that they accept a lot of the aforementioned duke tattoos as me, which are a lot of my arena tattoos. They’re not my favorite, but I adulation them account it’s such a big allotment of my life. I’ll do bequest pictures on my Instagram, and there’s so abounding girls that are like, “I’ve been afterward you aback Myspace.” I’m like, “Myspace? That’s so continued ago!”
In a way, that aeon absolutely adored me. I was like not accomplishing able-bodied with all of my claimed actuality I was activity through, and the bullying, and I dealt with altered things. And I feel like because of Myspace and actuality able to accept this association area I acquainted accustomed and fit in, it affectionate of gave me my activity back. It fabricated me feel aggressive and it fabricated me feel like activity ability be OK.
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