There is a girl that goes to my church who wants to audition for the worship team. It's a very difficult gig to get and they make the audition process challenging to weed out the mediocre musicians. When she found out I was a member of the WCA (worship and creative arts team), I offered some encouragement and went on my way.
Then she found me on Facebook. Then the messages started. It was a rollercoaster ride of emotions from "my audition process is going great" and then an hour later it was "ugg I'm so frustrated! I don't think I can do this." I'd offer a figurative pat on the back and some encouragement. The messages increased in frequency to double digits every day. I found out later that she had been doing the same thing to a few members of the WCA including the musical director. They advised to set a boundary and stop replying.
The messages continued but lessened in frequency when I stopped replying and reading them. She could tell that I hadn't been reading the messages but still continued to send me messages every couple of weeks. They still show unread from late January and she still sends the occasional message. She has resorted to tagging me in posts about how she is working on her audition packet. For months now.
She likes and replies to everything I post on Facebook even if I know she has no idea what it is (usually an inside joke). If she sees me at church she'll come sit with us. I don't think it's an attraction thing, I think she just has no clue how inappropriate her behavior is.
I really don't want to discourage her but I don't think she will have the ability to play on the level required to be part of such a high quality production. Once we get past the audition, for every time we're playing we are given a list of songs to play on our assigned day and we have a few days to learn them at home. It doesn't get easier after the audition, it actually gets harder.