Daddy came home from work today.
Everyone needs this on their dash.
I think I’m going to cry
There was a play that I did that I had to smoke a joint in the first scene.
I think this will always be my new favorite old pic of Cory.
This was before he was cast in Glee, before he found fame and fortune and all the toils that go with it, a fresh looking young man with just the promise of a great future ahead of him. And he is wearing one of his random t-shirts in that pic ;)
It’s also a very bittersweet photograph, because we got this only after, or maybe because, he died.
No one can hurt you now
Beautiful drawing done by the amazing, and incredibly talented zephyrianboom.
Darren Criss & Lucy Hale twerking during the Teen Choice Awards rehearsals (x)
There may come a day when I do not reblog this. This is not that day.
I’ve never watched the show and still I’m laughing at this.
NEXT BIG THING? TV’S RISING STARS
Comparing up and coming actors with their established counterpartsTeenage dreams: Darren Criss & Neil Patrick Harris
When we think of four-time Tony Awards host Neil Patrick Harris, it’s easy to make comparisons to up and comer Darren Criss, another triple threat. As a 16-year-old, Harris had his breakout role playing a teenage doctor on “Doogie Howser, M.D.,” while Criss has made his mark playing a teenager on the musical dramedy series “Glee.” Harris has since starred in Broadway productions like “Rent” and “Sweeney Todd.” Similarly, Criss’ recent Broadway debut in “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” earned the musical its most profitable three weeks with him as the lead.
Harris departed from his “Doogie” days starring as a caricatured version of himself in the “Harold & Kumar” film franchise, and is currently wrapping up his last season as the scene-stealing, reformed womanizer Barney Stinson on “How I Met Your Mother.” In real life, the openly gay actor was named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in 2010. Criss definitely has the potential to reach these heights. Since 2012, he had his feature film debut in “Girl Most Likely” with Kristen Wiig, was nominated for a Grammy and multiple Screen Actors Guild Awards, headlined his first solo tour as a singer/songwriter and performed at the presidential inauguration.