those nerds in high school who run like this
in my middle school there was a boy who wanted to be called Sasuke Uchiha and he wore a Sasuke cosplay to school everyday and one day he did this run down the stairs and broke his arm and apparently he told the principle it was the ‘Naruto run’ and then we were all banned from wearing Naruto headbands and doing this run and Naruto was put down as gang activity at our school
I hate that most Rapunzel dolls and costumes and things feature her long blonde hair. Even Disney World’s Rapunzel has a huge long wig.
I thought the whole point was that at the end of Tangled, Rapunzel was free of her curse and could live life as her own person. I thought the cutting of her hair also signified the cutting of ties to her abusive mother.
I do think Rapunzel is gorgeous with both her long AND short hair, but I think that Tangled products should feature her short hair.
Hello friends! Here’s me singing For Good with Kristin Chenoweth.
So, I’m almost to 1,000 followers (which is a lot for me).
I made my tumblr the day after this video. The 1st day of 2014.
As some (potentially most) of you don’t know, I actually sang the song “For Good” with Kristin Chenoweth on New Years Eve in Vegas!
I was the first boy that’s ever duetted this song with Kristin, and it was an amazingly huge honor. She was looking through the crowd for someone to sing with, and I jumped up and screamed “KRISTIN I KNOW IT!!!” And the audience (btw, about 2,000 people I think) went crazy.
She talked to me for a couple seconds, and then invited me up. The video picks up from there.
For those of you who do not know who Kristin Chenoweth is (in case you don’t) she was the original Glinda in Wicked on Broadway! (she was also in Pushing Daisies and Glee and GCB)
There were also some pics taken of her and I while we were singing, here’s one of those:
Enjoy, friends :)
I know I did. Best moment of my life by far.
To all you aspiring singers out there, who’re always asking me how songs are always in my note and all that. It really doesn’t matter. It’s really about what’s in your heart. It’s really not about those big, high keys, and flying in the sky, and all that. You can have a small range, a big heart, be really authentic, and genuine, and people will feel a lot more than just high notes.
Idina Menzel’s message to aspiring singers