Hey, peeps! I'm feeling much better, so hopefully this one won't suck as much. I got SOOO many e-mails saying that you guys faved this story and wrote in reviews and I appreciate it a lot. Thank you all sooooo much!!!!!

Also, before you all get mad at me, I would just like to point out that each one of these is a completely different story. So if anybody says something like, "This has nothing to do with the other one, I'm really confused." I will take the time to explain that you should have read this part, but I will also be really pissed. So, yea.

If you read this, please type Camp Rock in your review. Thanks.

And now, enjoy the show!!!!

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Shanie Stories

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Front Row Seat

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Everyone who had ever met Mitchie Torres knew that she was one of Connect 3's biggest fans. And everyone who still kept in touch with her knew that she became an even bigger fan when she started going out with their lead singer, Shane Gray. But no one really knew how she felt for him and how much she really loved him. And that's why everyone was so shocked at how she went through her life with no interest whatsoever.

One day, during the ho-hum of spring break, Mitchie was sitting around the house doing nothing, as she had done everyday for the past week. It was all she could do, what with being preoccupied with so many thoughts of Shane. But that was before the surprise.

She was just watching TV all innocently, still thinking about Shane, when her mom called her downstairs. Reluctantly, Mitchie made her journey downstairs. Her mom and dad were sitting at the table with an envelope on the table.

"Yes?" Mitchie asked, almost bored.

Her mom, Connie, spoke. "Well, we know how much you miss your boyfriend, Shane, so," she looked at Mitchie's dad and looked back at Mitchie. "We got you a little something," Connie slid the envelope across the table to Mitchie, which she picked up and turned over in her hands.

"I'm pretty sure Shane Gray can't fit inside this envelope," Mitchie said matter-of-factly.

Connie and her husband laughed. "Shane isn't in the envelope, but I think this'll be almost as good."

Confused, Mitchie opened the envelope. Inside were four slips of paper. She pulled the out and examined them. When she did, she screamed at the top of her lungs.

"You got me tickets to the Connect 3 concert?!" she screamed. Her mom nodded excitedly, and Mitchie smiled wide.

"Wait, take a look at the seats," Connie said.

Mitchie looked on the tickets for the seat assignments and when she found them, she screamed even louder, if possible.

"FRONT ROW?!"

"Yea! And there's more."

"No way." How could there be more? She had tickets to her boyfriend's concert, front row tickets at that. What else could there be?

"Yea. Look in the envelope."

Mitchie looked in the envelope again and pulled out another piece of paper. A picture. A picture of her and her friend, Caitlyn Gellar.

"It's Caitlyn. What does this have to do with anything?" she asked, confused.

"Put it together," her mom said, making it sound like a puzzle, or a mystery, which it was.

Mitchie thought about it. The tickets, the picture in the envelope with the tickets. Why were they together? Then, she realized it.

"Am I going to be sitting front row at a Connect 3 concert with Caitlyn Gellar?" Mitchie said, smiling as she said it.

"Ding, ding, ding, we have a winner!" Connie said like those game show hosts on TV.

Mitchie screamed again and jumped up and down excitedly, doing some sort of a happy-dance. She was going to a Connect 3 concert! She was going to see her Shane again!

SHANExMITCHIESHANExMITCHIESHANExMITCHIESHANExMITCHIESHANExMITCHIESHANExMITCHIESHANExMITCHIESHANExMITCHIESHANExMITCHIESHANExMITCHIESHANExMITCHIE

On the night of the concert, Mitchie and Caitlyn were sitting in their front row seats, literally bouncing up and down in their chairs.

"Oh my god, I'm so excited!" Mitchie said, trying to calm herself down. The farthest she'd gotten was to stop bouncing in her chair. And that was only because people had started to stare at her.

"I know! Me too!" said her best friend, Caitlyn. "I really hope Shane comes over here and says hi."

"I hope he recognizes me." Mitchie replied, now concerned.

"Why wouldn't he recognize you?" Caitlyn asked.

"I don't know, it's just that I haven't seen him in months and I've changed. well, at least I think I've changed."

"You totally have! Look at your hair!" Caitlyn said, messing with Mitchie's now curly brown locks, which looked very different form the stick-straight hair she had over the summer.

"Thanks." Mitchie said, smiling.

"I also think you've used make-up more cautiously nowadays." Caitlyn commented.

"Really? 'Cause I think I might be wearing too much."

"Oh, no, it looks totally natural."

"Ya think so?"

"Totally."

Just then, the lights on stage flashed, signaling the concert was about to begin. Mitchie and Caitlyn turned to each other and exchanged huge smiles and silent squeals. The audience quieted down for about 2 seconds before Shane, Nate, and Jason stepped out on stage. Everyone erupted in screams and applause, including Mitchie and Caitlyn. Mitchie's nerves worked up when they started singing their song, "Play My Music". This was the closest she'd been to Shane in what seemed like forever. She really hoped he would see her.

The concert went on and after a few songs, Shane made his way over to the right side of the stage, where Mitchie and Caitlyn were sitting. Unfortunately, Shane didn't notice either of them. Mitchie lowered her head when he walked right by, but Caitlyn reassured her that he would see her eventually. Mitchie had to agree. After all, this was Shane Gray they were talking about.

Later, the group performed another one of Mitchie's favorite songs, "Got Me Going Crazy". Mitchie easily started having more fun as she and Caitlyn rocked out to the upbeat song. During the chorus, Shane would lip-synch with Nate, who would do the actually singing. During the second chorus, Shane made his way over to the right side of the stage again and started grabbing teenager's hands at random. Coming even closer to Mitchie and Caitlyn, the girls exchanged excited glances. Shane moved his hand to the girl behind Mitchie's, which she took excitedly. But her grip was too slippery because Shane moved his hand forward. To Mitchie.

Mitchie grabbed his hand held on as if her life depended on it. Shane's grip was strong, and he held on, too. Mitchie looked at Caitlyn ecstatic, and looked back at Shane. To her surprise, he was staring right at her. Mitchie's eyes searched his face for his two deep brown eyes, and finally found them.

Shane couldn't believe it. He was looking into the eyes of his girlfriend, Mitchie. At one of his concerts. It was amazing. He didn't say anything. He couldn't. It was all too unbelievable. Luckily, there was an instrumental break in the song and Nate would sing the rest, so he could stay in that one spot if he wanted to. But he didn't want to. He wanted Mitchie closer to him.

"Mitchie?" He semi-whispered, since it was a concert and it was pretty loud.

Mitchie nodded, smiling even wider. Shane stared at her for a few more seconds before doing his best pull her up on stage. She looked at him confused when he started pulling her into a corner of the stage. She looked at him for a second before he wrapped him arms tightly around her.

"I've missed you so much," Shane whispered in Mitchie's ear.

"Me, too." she replied. Shane pulled away from their hug and kissed Mitchie's lips firmly. After about 10 seconds, they pulled away and went back to their hug. They were so into each other that they didn't even notice the spotlight shining directly on them. The light shone in Mitchie's eyes when she looked at it. She tapped Shane on the shoulder and turned him around, making look at the spotlight. A look flashed through his eyes that said he just realized he was performing a concert. And he did.

"Everyone, I'd like to introduce you to my girlfriend, Mitchie Torres!" he said into the microphone. The audience applauded loudly and Mitchie blushed. Shane draped an arm over her shoulder and motioned for Nate to come over to them. He whispered something in his ear that Mitchie couldn't make out, and Nate nodded, disappearing off stage. 30 seconds later, there were two stools directly next to each other in the center of the stage. Still with his arm around Mitchie, Shane took a guitar that Nate was holding and walked with her to the stools. He let go of her and sat on one of the stools, patting the other one in a motion for Mitchie to sit down, which she did awkwardly. Shane set the microphone in the mic stand and positioned the guitar in his hands.

"So, this is a song I wrote over the summer, and I wrote it especially for this girl right here," Shane looked at Mitchie, who smiled. "I hope you all like it."

Shane started strumming on the guitar, and Mitchie instantly recognized the tune. It was the song that meant so much to her. The song that had been stuck in her head ever since he played it for her that first time by the lake. And finally, Shane's angelic voice fell into the room.

Every time I think I'm closer to the heart

Of what it means to know just who I am

I think I've finally found a better place to start

But no one ever seems to understandI need to try to get to where you are

Could it be, your not that farYou're the voice I hear inside my head,

the reason that I'm singing

I need to find you

I gotta find you

You're the missing piece I need,

the song inside of me

I need to find you

I gotta find youOh yeah

Yeah yeahYou're the remedy I'm searching hard to find

To fix the puzzle that I see inside

Painting all my dreams the color of your smile

When I find you It will be alrightI need to try to get to where you are

Could it be, your not that farYou're the voice I hear inside my head,

the reason that I'm singing

I need to find you

I gotta find you

You're the missing piece I need,

the song inside of me

I need to find you

I gotta find youBeen feeling lost, can't find the words to say

Spending all my time, stuck in yesterday

Where you are is where I wanna be

Oh next to you... and you next to me

Oh I need to find you... yeahYou're the voice I hear inside my head,

the reason that I'm singing

I need to find you (I need to find you)

I gotta find you (yeah, yeah)

You're the missing piece I need,

the song inside of me

I need to find you

I gotta find youYou're the voice I hear inside my head,

the reason that I'm singing

I need to find you (I need to find you)

I gotta find you (I gotta find you)

You're the missing piece I need,

the song inside of me

I need to find you

I gotta find youYeah Yeah!

I gotta find you

The song ended, and the audience applauded like crazy. Shane, who had never left his girlfriend's gaze the entire song, took Mitchie's hand and leaned. Mitchie did as well, and soon their lips met in a sweet, passionate kiss. The audience applauded wildly, but Mitchie and Shane didn't notice. They were lost in their own world, lost in each other.

YAY! IT'S DONE! Haha.

Oh my gosh, I am SOOOOOOO sorry this took so long. I had writer's block for, like, two weeks, and then I didn't have time to write. But Camp Rock was on, so I felt compelled to write again. (Gah! Big words! Haha.) So there ya go.

Ok, so that's it. See ya soon!

XOXO mrsefron4evr