(on how representation and progressive television storytelling affects families across the country) […] I think a lot of parents out there in the world sort of rely on television to give them permission to accept things.
“So I have to ask, y’know, you said every character in this is a part of you. Was there a point when you were on Glee, at the height of its success, where you felt like Cash Carter, as cynical as he is at times in the book?”
In my everyday life I wear almost no makeup. So if I’m going out for an event or a fun dinner that’s the only time I go for drama, which usually means false eyelashes. As to whether or not she can apply them on her own? I can do my own if their strips, but definitely not individuals.
i always knew that i wanted to work and i knew i wanted to be a singer and an actor. i knew that every choice i made would help me get to that point. so the better the choices i made, the more of a chance i would have to get to where i wanted to be.
I dedicated the book to my best friend, Ashley Fink, and she has a wonderful steel trap memory, and I have no memory what so ever… So whenever we’re around I actually need her physically present to reminisce about something ‘cause I forget all the details.