her singing

I just watched The Gabbie Show tell us about how important it is to be able to hear yourself to sing and how like Mariah and Adele etc have been victim to not being able to hear their performance and how that’s ok 

Then I remember that time Ariana sang the Summertime Ball deaf and I feel blessed because she killed it- bitch doesn’t need to hear herself she’s THAT talented

If Broadway is looking for a Zoe replacement in Dear Evan Hansen I’m available. Here are my qualifications:

  1. I’m a sophomore so I could act more like a junior than a 28-year-old
  2. I know all of her singing parts
  3. I’m always willing to kiss Ben Platt
  4. I like to act
  5. I hate when people finish the milk
  6. Am more than willing to miss school for this
  7. Would love to say the word fuck a bunch of times

I hope they consider me for the role

roxan1314  asked:

Just wondering, why do you hate the live action Beauty and the Beast so much??? All of my friends that have already seen it loved it. And a close friend of mine is planning for our group to go see it for her birthday over the weekend.

Ok so I’m gonna make this a bulleted reply because I’ve got so many…

• Emma Watson’s singing was a huge turn off for me. I didn’t like her singing at all. I don’t know if Disney changed her voice because she was bad at singing or just because they could, but it was a bad move. She sounds robotic or metallic and it bothered me through the whole movie. 

• Emma Watson changed the dress because she didn’t like that she couldn’t move well in it like if she had to fight in it. Like, you use a dress to dance in, not fight. And she changed how it looked visually. It looks like Michael’s puked on a cheap prom dress that no one wanted because the design was crap and the quality was even worse. When they revealed her in her full dress I was kind of expecting it to be a cool reveal and I was so disappointed. The bodice looks like cheap fabric that was super glued together, the actual dress looks like a ridged banana, and the glitter glue on it made me think of my 3rd grade arts and craft class. The dress was supposed to be Belle’s most beauty and enchanting moment and she looked hideous.

• Emma Watson made Belle really mean in this movie. She was unnecessarily harsh and negatively emotive. In the original, Belle was much kinder and had a sense of dignity about her. In the original when Belle was being hounded by Gaston in her house, she let him down rather gently as compared to this movie when she’s basically screaming at him when he makes small talk with her.

• Beast’s design was way too human in my opinion. He looked like a furry. I just didn’t like how they designed him.

• Belle and Beast interacting felt fake and pushed. Every time they were together it felt like they knew they had to have a certain outcome, but the chemistry between the actors just wasn’t there. It was really cringey to watch.

• Her skirt was hiked up on one side because they thought it would be easier for her to get on Philipe with one side already folded up. Hint: if they were not complete dunces then they would know you can get on a horse without having to hike up a dress. And they never actually showed her getting on Philipe so it was just awkward seeing her undergarments. It felt unnatural, didn’t fit the time period, and looked like she was flashing everyone she met.

• Emma Watson’s acting was stiff like a board. She was worse than Kirsten Stewart. I hated how she acted in this movie. Anytime she interacted with other character’s it either fell flat or she was overly expressive. There was no in between. She was a mess.

• They made LaFou gay because progressivism. I don’t mind that he was a gay character, but if LaFou was gay in that time the town’s people would have shunned him at best and killed him at worst.

• The Beast’s gift was coincidence and not out of genuine heartfelt caring. The library was supposed to be his gesture of beginning to care for Belle. It was supposed to be this turning point in the movie where you could see something blooming between the both of them, but in the new movie it was the Beast just making a point. It fell on it’s face, hard. 

• Emma Watson changed so much of Belle’s original character. Belle is supposed to be this caring and compassionate character that shows the Beast that he doesn’t have to be a jerk to everyone. However, Emma made Belle to be this “independent” woman and she came across as a jerk herself. 

• Gaston wasn’t a jerk for like half of the movie. They made it obvious that he wanted to marry her, but whenever he spoke to her for the first half of the movie, she would just scream at him for making small talk. Then during the other half it was like the director remembered that Gaston was the villain of the movie and made him mean. It also felt pushed and was fake.

There’s probably more that I can’t think of right now, but this is the bulk of what made it a terrible remake. 

anonymous asked:

You know, I loved the first proposal, so seeing this second one I was like 😐. But seeing the video and gifs of the second one makes me like it more now. The scene from Iris already knowing about Barry and musicals to her reaction to him singing and then her tearing up. ❤ I also realized, that this second proposal happening soon after the first and them getting it out in the open about the reasoning behind the first one makes it clear, they are it for each other and there's no secrets.

You didn’t like the second proposal the first time you saw it? I loved it, and we actually got to see her answer this time! 

anonymous asked:

What do you consider Daryl laying back in the casket asking Beth to continue singing as then? That was romantic. He wanted to hear her sing to him. Then he carried her like a husband carries a wife to the kitchen even though she could walk. Daryl forgot about Carol with Beth. Sorry.

Guess I hit a note with my other evidence post of Beth being a kid. In the ‘Kids learning from adults’ S4 theme. My *Beth being a kid!* post.

What would I consider Daryl laying back and watching Beth play piano? A 4b kid parallel of course:

Know what happened after all these events? The adults looked amused at their actions. Rick laughed at Carl’s pudding confession, Carol/Ty looked on at Mika fondly, Daryl enjoyed the music (and started looking reminiscing). Kids taking a moment to be carefree in a dire situation. Can I stress this? (I’d like to also point out that Carl is the only one without an adult present; and the only one of the ‘kids’ theme still alive).

I don’t know if you remember, but she hurt her ankle (after she failed to kill that walker and Daryl had to save her..again), and after their talk of family on the porch (and Beth talking about Shawn/Maggie/Hershel) Daryl started acting like an older brother to her. The “carry like a wife” was also a parallel, and foreshadowing. Wanna take a look-see?

Psssst. That middle one is a kid (from Consumed, an episode where Daryl only lit a fire up his own ass when Carol got taken)….and so is the girl on either sides.

I don’t know if you noticed. Daryl was “kinda” in a funk after his ‘what could be’ home was destroyed and seeing innocent people murdered (and his brother not long dead and Carol being banished). He was feeling guilty about Hershel. And he was stuck with the babysitter who he’s never talked to before or knew anything about. He was on ‘automatic’ in Still. He was silent, vigilent and lost. What Beth did at that point was give him a focus. And do you really think Daryl waited until he was an adult to drink?

You don’t get what Beth meant then. She was comparing herself to the obviously more capable women in TF and pointing out she did not possess the same survival skills as them. And that Dary was stuck with her and not one of them. Not that they were dead and she wasn’t. Remember, next ep Daryl took a couple of hours to teach her to track, and gave her a go of the bow (which she failed at).

Taking a piss infront of her does not proove he loves her or sees her as an adult, pissing infront of someone isn’t the “adult version of pulling pigtails in kindergarten”. Daryl was taking on the role of his father, Will; in that shack (pointing out that the shack looked like his home/sitting in the seat/drinking-moonshine/even Beth at one point calling him ‘Mr Dixon’). He was emulating his father’s personality. Violent (physically/mentally/verbally), crude. The signs were there. It was a very bad place for him. Btw, Beth was the one who kickstarted it by implying he’d been in prison. Daryl tries hard for his family; be good, provide, to get away from that “redneck” tag. But in that one “blasé” question from Beth, she shot him back down. Notice at the start Beth took the ‘childs’ place by the chair Daryl was sitting in too? I, and many others have.

He opened up to Andrea (about being lost and learning to hunt), Carl (about his mother), and talked to Beth about himself and…..omg…his brother. Get it? No? Probably no.

Ugh. How dare Daryl say “stop” when as far as he knows everyone who he loved might be gone and this kid is joking about her being gone too. Know what I personally like about that scene? It showed Beth still did not have a clue who Daryl was (also, Beth death foreshadowing. Still and Alone had alot). She said he’d be “the last man standing”…..that’s the last thing Daryl would want. He doesn’t want to be alone; that’s kinda his jam. Why the first thing he asked Carol was why she left in 7.10. And of course he was a mess. He was $$$Alone$$$ again.

Yes. I do agree that Daryl had once again regressed when Beth got taken. He went on automatic sheep mode. And I don’t know if you noticed, but the Claimers were a bunch of rapists, oppertunists, torturing, piece of shits, oh, and pedophile(s) (I’m guessing you are one of those shippers who use ‘Beth was a woman because Gorman attempted to assault her’).

There is no canon evidance Daryl has/had romantic feelings for Beth–only shipper headcanons. He has never talked about/alluded to it/no C&C talk about it like it’s canon. Her name hasn’t been said by Daryl since 5.2 (and it was to Carol and then ‘girl’ after). Only shipper headcanons and ‘known fandom trolls’ quotes from ‘14 when they were trying to big up a 3rd tier character who would die the next season. So…how about that epic reunion though, eh? Last time they ever saw each other alive….all that close hugging, throwing arms around each others necks and eye cont……. ah…. same writer, wrong female character… Ergo, Daryl did not romantically love that Sophia.2, 17 y/o lil’ sister he never had.


one of my headcanons is that erik pronounces christine’s name weird which I’ve just discovered I never posted about?? and i thought i had this whole time.

anyways he doesn’t pronounce it CHRIS-tine but chris-TINE and rolls the word in case you’re all wondering. he actually rolls a lot of words.

After watching the musical I decided this because literally every time he sings her name that’s how it sounds, but if you actually say it like that it’s really off. But he speaks it like he sings it in “christine, i love you” so there. fun fact.


My Khali left me 🙁….

My sister Yuri came and got her. I thought she was staying another night but my sister missed her “Baby” and she said her house was too quiet haha. How you think my apartment sounds right about now? Quiet af!

I want my Khali back haha I miss her singing already!

rootbeergoddess  asked:

They added a new song to this remake and it's called 'Days in the Sun.' The song is fine UNTIL Emma's autotuned voice starts playing. Like I'll listen to the song and enjoy it only to wince when Watson starts singing.

I’m not paying to see the film because I just don’t care enough to do it, but from all the advertisements I’ve heard, her voice sounds bloody awful. Why couldn’t they have just hired someone to dub her singing voice?! It’s ear-achingly bad.


One again, if your lead cannot sing, just cut the songs and focus on the story and characters,


batb abridged review

mkay final thoughts: this isn’t the worst adaptation ever, it’s just a shame it was muddled by some straw-feminism, some really stupid backstory and some weird editing/casting choices.

i actually liked the “prince is a fuckboy” prologue because it showed him being a little shit for his own personal gratification, which yes! good! there’s room for a story here. there was NO need to add the abusive daddy storyline to somehow exculpate him and eschew moral responsibility! let the beast be beastly! let him have the potential for villainy and then let him make the choice not to, instead of force-feeding this “he didn’t know any better” storyline.

also, if you’re gonna put all your eggs in emma watson’s basket, force her to fucking emote her lines and her singing! or better yet, try casting someone who embodies the spirit of belle. anyone can be a great reader, but few have her passion and joy of life. (not to mention, u have gugu mbatha-raw in this movie who played another excellent belle, ironically, and if you’re telling me she couldn’t have blown this movie out of the water, you’d be dead wrong. that tiny scene between her and lumiere at the end had more passion than a lot of the belle/beast, but what do i know)

lastly, no one needs your “empowered” version of feminism, disney. your entire “belle is not like other girls” shtick is more backwards than the 1991 movie. stop smelling your own farts. as an additional note, this movie could’ve used more color and more creative editing. 

but overall, i did have fun (hate)watching it, and i will say i understand why some folks will like it. it’s more disappointing than bad, imo. it gets veeeery few things better than the original, and yes, it bears comparison, because it can’t escape the classic’s shadow, unfortunately.

BUT OKAY, one thing this movie’s got going for it  is probably the most compelling gaston to EVER gaston. luke fucking evans made me cheer for him even when he was shooting the beast. even when he was playing murderous maniac, because a) he was ungodly charming, b) he gave a nuanced performance, c)he had a fascinating mini-arc about violence and war, d) boy is finer than all the beasts combined. 


I headcanon keith secretly sings to himself when he’s alone or when no one is around. When Keith finds out that Lance being in love with Prince Lotor which this make Keith has mix feelings for Lance and Prince Lotor. Keith grows hate and anger towards Lotor for getting into Lance’s mind. The fact that Lotor is really a narcissist,stuck up, bossy, pushy, full of pride and perfectionist person but also uses his charms, tenderness, and sweet words on Lance whcih Keith is the complete opposite. I imagine Keith singing Pacify Her by Melanie Martinez, Keith being jealous and angry of Prince Lotor because Lance is blinded by ‘love’.


@team-skull-admin-cataleya @jointhegrunts @skull-bxnes @itsyagrunt 

I could imagine Sadie’s girls trying to cheer her up by making her play her guitar and singing to her. 

anonymous asked:

Something that I have always wanted to see was King George III singing and dancing with a female servent in "I Know Him," and the servent looks so uncomfortable and scared since the King is singing to her! Can that happen when you make the "I Know Him" animatic? Please?

if i make one someday, sure!

My sister and I have totally different opinions on the recent Disney live action remakes, she loves them, she loves feeling nostalgic them (to be fair she is obsessed with Disney and has a habit of quoting them all time which drives me crazy, that’s her version of singing in the shower.)   

Me on the other hand, I feel sort of mixed on them. Like I don’t quite understand why Disney has decided to franchise itself, it feels kinda non-creative and it makes the end product appear shallow compared to the original such as the Jungle Book (which completely feels emptier after you watched its more than once. Also its got that strange grey tinged filter which Disney seems to be using for all of its live action films.)  

Don’t get me wrong I love Disney but I feel they could do something else.