This SUN at 9/8c "The Glee Project" goes gaga with this week's theme - "Theatricality." Here's a sneak of the contenders' music video for "We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister.
Season 3, the Glee Project, and makes a BIG Announcement!
They start shooting mid - August.
Glee back 2nd or 3rd week of September.
About replacing the majority of them - he says he doesn't like the word replacing but he doesn't want to have a show where they are in HS for 8 years so they all, the cast too (though I think he may have said almost all of the cast), decided that it would be cool to stick to the schedule.
Matt and Jane stay but from what he is saying - all the kids go next year as he said they were juniors this year. Hm.
Probably a couple of new people next year.
He got engaged.
SUNDAY, JULY 24
* Glee (exec producers Ryan Murphy and Brad Fulchuk, cast members yet to be specified)
* Allen Gregory (series creator/star Jonah Hill, showrunner David Goodman, exec producers Andrew Mogel and Jarrad Paul, other voice talent)
* The Cleveland Show (panelists include Mike Henry, Sanaa Lathan, Kevin Michael Richardson, Reagan Gomez, Rich Appel and Kara Vallow)
Glee standout Naya Rivera, who plays the feisty and sexually confused Santana on Fox’s musical hit, signed a record deal in early June, and it seems that the busy-busy star is wasting no time before taking a crack at working on it.
As soon as she gets done with the Glee tour, her focus will be solely on her solo album for the month of July. “I won’t have anything I’m working on until after the tour is over,” Rivera told EW when we caught up with her, “so July 4th, when I get back home in L.A., is when I’ll hunker down and spend that whole month hammering out the details and the creative process of that. I’m really excited about that.”
As for what we can expect for the actual sound of the album, well, it seems that Rivera is still working that out. “I know what I sound good on, and I know what I like to write,” she says. “I’ve been writing for years, so I have a catalog of songs that I’ve written over the years, and it’s just a matter of getting with the right producers and other writers to develop the sound that is me.”
Could that sound possibly include someone from the New Directions, Vocal Adrenaline, or the Warblers? Rivera says she’d love to enlist some of her Glee cast mates to be on her album, but “I guess we’ll just have to find out and see.”
"She has also appeared in Glee, as Rachel's (Lea Michele) biological mother, and told me she has been in talks with Glee creator Ryan Murphy about further episodes."
In the midst of its summer concert tour, Glee has added six to its writing staff for Season 3.
Allison Adler, Marti Noxon, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Michael Hitchcock, Matt Hodgson and Ross Maxwell will join Glee executive producers Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan in the writers’ room beginning Monday when work starts on Season 3.
Despite its ratings success and the intricacies involved in melding musical numbers into the show’s narrative, Glee has maintained a remarkably small writing staff. Murphy, Falchuk and Brennan have formed the core creative group, eschewing a traditional writers’ room.
The plan originally was for Glee to introduce additional writers midway through the recently completed second season, but with a production-heavy schedule involving music supervision and choreography as well as planning the summer concert tour, Murphy, Falchuk and Brennan wound up writing all 22 episodes, with Murphy and Falchuk also directing several installments.
Murphy told The Hollywood Reporter in May that Season 3 will focus on new freshman characters and that he planned to include more serialized stories.
“Last year you had the baby story line that everyone could follow and this year we didn’t do that,” he told THR. “Next year we’re going to be doing that more. What I have learned from this season is I think people want story arcs.”
Adler, whose credits include Chuck and No Ordinary Family, will serve as a co-executive producer.
Noxon, who first cut her teeth on Joss Whedon’s Angel and Buffy the Vampire Slayer and whose credits include Mad Men and Shonda Rhimes’ Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice, will be a consulting producer. Hitchcock, a former MADtv writer and actor whose credits include two episodes of Glee as well as several Christopher Guest features and 11 episodes on the final season of United States of Tara, also will be a consulting producer.
Aguirre-Sacasa, a comic book writer and playwright whose credits include Broadway’s Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark and HBO’s Big Love, will be a co-producer.
Hodgson, a Glee script coordinator who worked with Murphy on the Julia Roberts feature Eat, Pray, Love, will be a staff writer, as will Running in Traffic actor Maxwell.
From 20th Television, principal photography on Season 3 of the Fox hit begins in August. The Glee concert movie, Glee Live! 3D! bows in theaters Aug. 12.
"The film, based on a true story of a Michigan solider, takes place during the Vietnam War and is set in Ann Arbor and surrounding areas." Michigan Film Office
"The movie, which is set in Ann Arbor in 1969, tells the story of a Michigan soldier in Vietnam who is dumped by his hometown girl and goes AWOL with a friend to win her back. Olson says the film — based on the true story of one of his friends — mixes drama, humor, action and a love story."
Chris Colfer is having quite a year. Not only was he was named one of Time’s 100 most influential people of 2011, he inked a book deal and signed on to write a Disney Channel pilot. And a feature film. And we didn’t even get to his day job yet. Besides starring on of one of TV’s hottest shows, Glee, he’s working overtime, performing in sold-out arenas as part of the show’s summer concert tour. And if history repeats itself, he’ll once again be in the running for an Emmy. Yet, in the midst of all the insanity, the 21-year-old stopped just long enough to catch his breath and chat with TVLine about his Emmy quandary and his hope for Kurt in Season 3.
TVLINE | How’s the tour going?
It’s going. We’re in a new city every night. No joke, yesterday I got down to the lobby because we were headed out of our hotel and I literally had to ask the concierge what city I was in, because I did not know.
TVLINE | How does it compare to last year’s tour?
Take last year’s tour and multiply it by a thousand. The biggest venue we played at last year was a 5,000-seat theater, and now we’re selling out 17,000-seat arenas. So a lot [more] people.
TVLINE | Are you exhausted? Do you ever wish you could have a real hiatus like other TV actors, or are you like, “I’m staying on this speeding train for as long as possible.”
It’s both. If I said that I wasn’t absolutely exhausted I would be lying to you. But there’s nothing like walking into an arena and everyone screaming at you.
TVLINE | What did you think of Kurt’s journey last season?
I loved it. His [Season 2] journey completely surpassed last year. Last year was all about him accepting who he was. And Season 2 was more about everyone else accepting him for who he was. I couldn’t be prouder and happier to be playing this character. He’s so inspirational to everyone, myself included.
TVLINE | Most of your shining moments last season were dramatic. Is it odd competing in a comedy category?
Yeah. It’s funny when I have nominations in best supporting actor in a comedy and I’m never funny. People I’m usually nominated with are all pranksters and jokers, and I am not funny. I cry in every episode.
TVLINE | Have you given any thought to which episode you’d submit should you get nominated?
Last year when I was fortunate enough to get nominated it was so easy because I had one episode where I just did everything. But I’ve had so many of those this season it’s going to be a Sophie’s Choice if I get nominated again. Kurt had so many great moments. It’s going to be difficult to pick one. Maybe I’ll ask the fans.
TVLINE | Any hopes and dreams for Kurt next season?
Absolutely. I’m campaigning madly for one storyline in particular.
TVLINE | Can I have a hint?
TVLINE | Does it involve Blaine?
But the trio was endlessly chipper and even more grateful for the show's success despite being a little exhausted as they celebrated the halfway point of The 2011 Glee Tour! In addition to finding out how they physically make it through, I chatted with each about their thoughts on season two, hopes for season three and learned that graduation is most definitely coming!
PopWrap: Santana really had an amazing season -- full of emotional upheaval. Did you ever expect this seemingly minor character would become, to me, the show's bright spot?
Naya Rivera: From day one, my goal was just to do goodwerk – and stick around [laughs]. I never thought this would happen, but I’m just so happy that it did. It’s so shocking to me, and very, very flattering that people love me because they love Santana. I feel so blessed.
PW: You've also become quite the lesbian du jour. I'd imagine that's changed your fan interactions.
Naya: [laughs] I got proposed to by women twice today at a Meet & Greet. And at the last tour stop, I got two bouquets of roses. It’s so sweet. Getting hit on by both genders is such a champagne problem.
PW: For my money, Santana got the best songs and storylines this season. Was there ever a pre-"Glee" point where you had to think: "ok, singing or acting?"
Naya: Totally. All my life I’ve had anxiety about focusing on acting or focusing on singing – how am I going to juggle it. So to be blessed with a show like this where I can do both is icing on the cake. It’s another champagne problem.
PW: Any particular favorite moments from season two?
Naya: I loved what the fans having lovingly dubbed “The Hurt Locker” – when Santana confessed her love for Brittany. It was the first time, as an actor, I saw the fruits of my labor. I was so prepared for that scene and in my heart, I was happy with the work I did. And to be so proud of something you did is the best feeling, no matter the profession.
PW: I know the writers are still breaking season three, so what would you like to see for Santana next year?
Naya: I’d like to see her explore her sexuality more – maybe with people aside from Brittany. I know everyone wants them together, but I think [show writer] Brad Falchuk put it best when he said that this is about Santana’s journey and not so much about her with Brittany. I’d love to see her get a girlfriend and maybe soften up a bit as a result.
PopWrap: Artie made some questionable decisions towards the end of season two -- what was your take?
Kevin McHale: He got a little mean! At first, I thought, “I could never talk to girls the way Artie does, I’m just not that confidant.” But at the same time, I would never say some of the things he says either. I mean, he can be a little mean to Tina and Brittany. There’s clearly some issues going on there that he needs to work out.
PW: Fans were also surprised that season two ended with a massive loss -- were you?
Kevin: From the beginning, we were all led to believe that first season would be a loss but we’d win in the second season. Literally up until we started filming that episode we thought we would win. We got the script in sections, so we were filming it before we knew the ending.
PW: Matthew Morrison sort of bemoaned that practice, does it bother you?
Kevin: Growing up, I always heard stories about actors not knowing the endings to their secretive shows so when we got to the finale I thought, “yes, I’m finally part of one of those shows!” [laughs]
PW: What would you like to see for Artie in season three?
Kevin: Maybe fix his issue with how he speaks to women. But I got to do a lot of great songs this season and working with Brittany, that dynamic was just so great – maybe they could pair me up with someone else.
PW: Like who?
Kevin: Quinn might be fun [laughs]! I think Dianna [Agron] and I could have a good time. And we can always bring Gwyneth Paltrow back!
PW: Maybe your new bud Katy Perry could play a girlfriend for Artie?
Kevin: I would not complain one bit. That video was so much fun. I had never done anything like that.
PW: You mean, since NLT?
Kevin: Well, [laughs], you know, a video where I wasn’t the singer or on that scale. We shoot three music videos a week on the show, so it was so cool to take it a little easy on that. Plus, the fact that she even thought to ask me was incredible. Such an honor.
PopWrap: How's the tour going?
Jenna Ushkowitz: It’s going great – we’re at the halfway mark, with New York coming up, and I'm so excited to go home and do my Long Island [laughs] thing. Then we go to London, which is like almost two weeks of performing for them. We talk to our foreign fans on Twitter all the time, so I'm glad we can go there and do that. Plus, it’s the O2. Come on!
PW: You went straight from filming the show to rehearsing for the tour to performing nightly -- how do you guys physically make it through?
Jenna: Lots of Red Bull [laughs]. No, but it’s nice because when we’re performing, we get to sleep in and have the morning off. Well, the smart ones sleep in and then sight-see in the afternoon before performing. But when we film the movie we’ll be working all day.
PW: Naya, Lea Michele, Matt Morrison and some of your other co-stars are working on solo albums. Do you think that's in your future?
Jenna: Not right now. It’s definitely an option, and I think the possibility is fun to think about, but I don’t even know what my sound would be like right now. We’ll see.
PW: Fans were a little surprised by the finale -- as was Kevin. What was your take?
Jenna: Hey, at least we got to Nationals! I actually thought we were going to win -- it was a shock to us too, but then you have nowhere else to go. The season ended on a sweet note and we’re all still friends, so we have another year of Glee club coming up. Hopefully next year we’ll win something!
PW: But graduation is looming -- do you think next year will be the last for this cast?
Jenna: I don’t know what’s going to happen, we still haven’t even heard what the first episode of season three will be, but I did hear that there will be a graduation in May, but that doesn’t mean the end of anything.
PW: If it is the last season for Tina, what would you like to see for her?
Jenna: Oh goodness, I would love one huge dream sequence – she hasn’t gotten that total fantasy fireworks sequence yet, so I’d like that for her. I would also love to see some more love problems with her, Mike and Artie. But anything we think of isn’t half as good as what the writers come up with.
Glee's Jane Lynch will likely sing a song, but leave the Sue Sylvester tracksuit at home, when she hosts the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards September 18 on Fox. Lynch, who was named Outstanding Supporting Actress last year and is expected to land another nomination, took time while vacationing with her family to give us an early tease of what to expect.
TV Guide Magazine: Was this a gig you've always wanted or always avoided?
Jane Lynch: It's so funny — kind of in the middle. Like Saturday Night Live [which she hosted to rave reviews last year] it was something like, 'Oh God, I would love to do that, but I'd be so afraid.' My wife out of nowhere will say, 'Who's hosting the Emmys?' And I'll go, 'Me'!
TV Guide Magazine: Looking back, who has done the job well?
Lynch: Billy Crystal at the Oscars was the best. He was so cute and charming — the ultimate host. And Jimmy Fallon was great last year at the Emmys. He was totally himself, generous and kind with a little edge, but always with a smile. Jimmy actually just sent me a beautiful flower arrangement. He's the best!
TV Guide Magazine: What is the key to being a successful host?
Lynch: You get your chance in the opening number to make an impression. And then you have to step back and help move the show along. I don't think the onus is on me to be crazy and come out in wigs and funny makeup.
TV Guide Magazine: When will you get started?
Lynch: I have a friend who I'm going to write with. But this month I'm going to Atlanta to shoot The Three Stooges movie for three weeks. I'm playing Mother Superior [who raises the stooges as boys], and one of my nuns is played by Larry David.
TV Guide Magazine: Then you'll be getting ready for your third season as Sue Sylvester. She really suffered a whammy at the end of the season with the death of her sister. How might that change her?
Lynch: I think she's somewhat softened by this blow and it might take her focus off destroying glee club, but she won't completely change her stripes. She's never better than when she's fighting for a cause. So maybe it's time for a more worthy cause than just destroying a bunch of kids' dreams. She did say she's running for Congress.
TV Guide Magazine: How would Sue host the Emmys?
Lynch: She'd insult everybody and go Kanye West, depriving everyone of their awards and giving them to herself half the time.
TV Guide Magazine: Will you be tempted to make a cameo as Sue?
Lynch: I don't see that happening. [Laughs] It feels kind of cheap to me to come out in a tracksuit for the opening number.
TV Guide Magazine: What about a big musical number like Jimmy did?
Lynch: I hope so. I will certainly suggest that.
TV Guide Magazine: What will you be rooting for that night?
Lynch: I'd love to see Bill Maher win. He's been nominated every year. I love Modern Family [last year's Best Comedy winner] — but not at the expense of Glee. And I hope Mad Men's time has not passed to get some awards.
TV Guide Magazine: It's likely you'll also be competing that night. Potentially awkward?
Lynch: I'm sure I will adjust if I am indeed in that position, but I don't think it will be a difficult dance to do.
TV Guide Magazine: You looked smashing on stage last year. Can we expect a few wardrobe changes?
Lynch: I've been talking to people. There might be a change or two, or I might stick to one outfit. I won't be coming out in a different gown every segment.
TV Guide Magazine: An award show staple has become an opening video showing the host spliced in to different series. Where might we see you pop up?
Lynch: Mad Men. Though in drag as a guy. I wouldn't want to be one of the girls. They had no power.
The FULL interview
Next week's assignment is "Theatricality" and they'll be performing Bad Romance.
The show's launch was watched by less than half a million viewers, a very unimpressive start to the show that will give on lucky constant a seven-episode guest role on the hit FOX series Glee, which averaged over 10 million viewers in its second season.
To understand how bad The Glee Project's numbers are, you might need a little context since Oxygen isn't a huge network. The recent season finale of The Bad Girls Club was watched by nearly 1.5 million viewers. The series premiere of the reality series All About Aubrey earlier this year had over 720,000 viewers. And the recent series premiere of Paris Hilton's new reality series, The World According to Paris, had just over 400,000. So at least The Glee Project beat Paris.
But with a ton of promotion, positive reviews and a strong connection to a major hit TV show with a successful concert series currently going on, it's still shocking that The Glee Project did so poorly in the ratings.
The former Beyonce backup dancer originally was only meant to teach the Glee cast the steps for its juggernaut "Single Ladies" routine. But she was so funny that she got a third-banana role as shy, dim-bulb cheerleader Brittany. Because she has turned out to be as funny a dummy as Lisa Kudrow's Phoebe on Friends, Morris graduated to key player toward the end of Glee's second season. Next to Emmy winner Jane Lynch, Morris has the funniest lines on the show, and she deserves the same consideration as her co-stars.
Dianna Agron wears a pair of heart shaped glasses as she chats on the phone in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on Monday (June 13).
The 25-year-old actress is in town to perform as part of Glee’s concert tour.
Dianna recently explained her choice to wear a tee reading “Likes Girls” at a recent concert, prompting rumors that she was coming out.
“Yesterday, during our second show, Instead of wearing my usual shirt during “Born This Way” I decided to wear one that said ‘Likes Girls’. It should actually have read, ‘Loves Girls,’ because I do. The women in my life give me things that the men in my life can’t. And vice-versa,” Dianna wrote on her blog.
“No, I am not a lesbian, yet if I were, I hope that the people in my life could embrace it whole-heartedly. And let me tell you, I can easily spill (quite comfortably) what I admire, respect and think is beautiful about any of the women in my life. Piece of cake!” Dianna added.
Just read it:
June 2, 2000
June 2, 2000
What does that day, month and year mean to you? President Bill Clinton used that particular day to declare ”Gay and Lesbian Pride Month”. Nine years later, on June 1st, President Barack Obama spoke to incorporate an even wider group. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered citizens alike could all have this month for recognition, respect and appreciation. However, I am aware that not all minds meet equally about the rights and respect that we should pay to others. As each generation leaves their footprints, and paves the way for what is to come…to some, change is an impossible idea or action to put in motion.
You know what? Often, this unfortunate reality is because of learned behavior! As much as we may often preach that we like to speak for ourselves, or outside the box, how many times have you caught yourself, or someone you know repeating the thoughts of another before them? Sometimes without proper information? And how many times have you felt that perhaps further knowledge on an issue or subject matter might result in a different voice, a different understanding? Perhaps even going against the ideas they’ve learned, heard, or grown up around? We have the ability to fly planes, send astronauts into space, develop technology such as cellphones! Things that once were unfathomable. I can sit at this small computer and type this message. Once I push send, this message can be seen by anyone who’d like to engage, all across the WORLD.
As many of you know, we (the Glee cast) have been storming the country at whirlwind speeds to put on a forty-two show, month-long tour. It has been a constant reminder of why we do this. We’ve witnessed the impact our show has had, from the very beginning, to these moments, three years later. You LOVELY & AMAZING fans! Just indescribable. The love, affirmation, and dedication you provide! We see it all, value it all. Trust me, we do! On stage, the excitement that we absorb from your ball of energy brings our adrenaline levels to highs that often-times, we aren’t sure we can reach. Bottom line, we love you guys. And our crew! Without this diverse group of hard-working people, this venture would be impossible.
Yesterday was June 11th, and we were tackling our newest location, Toronto! We had finished our first concert of the day, and I was about to take a moment to relax before the second. On the way to our dressing rooms, I passed a stack of shirts lined up on the merchandise tables. The white T’s were modeled after shirts we wore in a performance set to Lady Gaga’s, “Born This Way.” In case you are not familiar here are the lyrics:[Verse:]My mama told me when I was youngWe are all born superstarsShe rolled my hair and put my lipstick onIn the glass of her boudoir“There’s nothing wrong with loving who you are”She said, “‘Cause he made you perfect, babe”“So hold your head up girl and you’ll go far,Listen to me when I say”[Chorus:]I’m beautiful in my way‘Cause God makes no mistakesI’m on the right track, babyI was born this wayDon’t hide yourself in regretJust love yourself and you’re setI’m on the right track, babyI was born this wayBeautiful. True. Words to remind yourself, words to live by. Doesn’t matter if you’re not a Gaga supporter, or one of her “Little Monsters” as she lovingly refers to her fans. Kindness moves mountains. Acceptance opens doors, makes room for change, diffuses misunderstanding. Every day, people commit hate crimes because of misunderstandings. Hate effects the target, and consumes the person behind the gun. It is crazy to realize that we have been in war for almost our entire existence on this planet. Many times for reasons of greed and hate.
Anyone that has experienced the death or abuse of a loved one can tell you that, “IT HURTS BEYOND EXPLANATION!!! AND WE SHOULD DO EVERYTHING IN OUR POWER TO MAKE ANY CHANGE POSSIBLE.” Raise your hand if you’ve spent nights crying yourself to sleep, raise your hand if you’ve felt as if you’d rather hide in bed all day than face the people that make you feel small or powerless! Raise your hand if you’ve felt as if you’d rather lie to people than tell them the truth about who you really are, because at least you wouldn’t be the victim of hateful behavior or prejudice! And raise your hand if lying feels almost as bad.
I was not raised in a family that accepted prejudice or hatred. For that, I thank my Mom and Dad each and every day. Look, we are human, we make mistakes. I will gladly shout from the rooftops that I AM NOT PERFECT. Nor will I ever be. But I can happily say that to my knowledge, I do not ever intentionally cause people pain. I love my family, my friends, my co-workers…and they all consist of girls AND boys. I do tell them that I love them. Yesterday, during our second show, Instead of wearing my usual shirt during “Born This Way” I decided to wear one that said “Likes Girls”. It should actually have read, “Loves Girls”, because I do. The women in my life give me things that the men in my life can’t. And vice-versa. No, I am not a lesbian, yet if I were, I hope that the people in my life could embrace it whole-heartedly. And let me tell you, I can easily spill (quite comfortably) what I admire, respect and think is beautiful about any of the women in my life. Piece of cake!
Last night, I wanted to do something to show my respect and love for the GLBT community. Support that people could actually see. Which is why I decided to change my shirt for the show. I happened to read a few comments that were posted on twitter. Many of you asked, “why?” This is my response. I am not asking for you to agree with what I am saying, but if you are listening, thank you. That is all I can ask. And a step further would be to take a moment to (honestly) answer the questions that I have raised. We can’t always put ourselves in someone else’s shoes. But we can try.
I am lucky to live in a place where I can wear almost anything that I want to express myself, and that jail is not a probable consequence. Which makes me feel as if I should exercise my right to do so every now and then. Think of the people that have died because of their passion and heartfelt hopes of change? So many good men and women. All because of an inherent wish for tolerance, love and support.
Our show celebrates the GLBT community. We are proud to be a part of something that embraces an often avoided topic. Hate is terrible, especially when we pass it down to a new generation of innocents. Recently, I heard a lament about San Francisco. How SFO just didn’t sound like a fun place to be, or visit, because that person wasn’t gay. Wait, really???? I wanted to laugh! But that would have been a response that wouldn’t have encouraged that person to be open-minded. To see that perhaps, their statement was foolish? Why won’t San Francisco be fun for you? Do you think the whole city is gay? Do you think they will judge you? Won’t feed you good food? Perhaps they won’t let you have fun, the way THEY have fun?
Sadly, we’ve gotten letters from people who explain that they love the show but hate the gay story-lines. That we shouldn’t be polluting their children’s heads. To this I’d sometimes like to sarcastically reply, would you also like us to tell them that a stork is dropping off our offspring? That the sky is purple? That it is not practical to be true to yourself, because there are mean people in this world that will make them feel wrong for being honest? That instead of embracing themselves, they should lie to the world? THEY should be the ones being untrue and unhappy?I believe that if you are bringing a child into the world, you should be willing to accept them in any reality. Whether they are Black, White, Asian, have four fingers, are disabled, gay….that the only wish should be for a happy and healthy baby. We are each other’s children. Unless someone has committed a violent or hateful act, why should we judge? We can so quickly resort to anger, often, the product of a whole other issue. Most often, an issue with our own self.
I understand that I am sitting behind the protection of this computer screen, in this hotel room, and to many I might sound “preachy”. Especially now that I have written an essay. I hope my intentions sound pure, and just. I speak, because I am passionate. I write with this passion because I know how it feels to be hurt, to be depressed, to not value yourself, or your feelings. If any of this has inspired or moved you, even just made you think….I encourage you to tweet or reblog a picture, quote, anything that you feel will continue to spread the love. And if any are interested in tracking the chain, perhaps visualizing the greater collective, include the hatch tag, #letlovein.
Affection is responsible for nine-tenths of whatever solid and durable happiness there is in our lives. - C.S. Lewis
Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage. - Lao Tzu
Fortune and love favor the brave. - Ovid
AND remember that sometimes….
People need loving the most when they deserve it the least. - John Harrigan
To thine own heart be true. Many thanks for your time, your love, and the gift you’ve given me.
Dianna Elise Agron
I love her so much right now. Mentioning the LGBT community: I think it speaks loudly for someone who is not straight and has no real self-involved reason to support it other than that it's the right thing to do. I think quite a few people who are straight often stray from showing support out of fear of people generalizing that they are okay. For some fans, it could be extremely eye-opening to have this girl that they look up to be straight and yet, not give a shit about showing support.