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You Have a Daughter? » Joe Sugg

Request: Could you do 10 and 17 for Joe please? :)x


You were just 7-years-old when you met Joe Sugg for the first time; you had just moved to the small village of Lacock with your mum after her and your dad’s messy divorce. You and Joe immediately became best friends, bonding over your weirdness and love of the outdoors, and you would be each other’s confidants for years to come. Joe was always there when you needed him and in return, you would be there for him. His family became yours and yours’ his and after six years of thinking of the boy as your brother, your feelings began developing and becoming more romantic.

You were 14 when you shared your first kiss with the youngest Sugg in an empty classroom on the last day of Year 9 and you were so embarrassed that you had kissed him that you ran off, avoiding him for all of summer. The Saturday before you went back to school in Year 10, your mum forced you to go over the Sugg’s house for a BBQ. You were greeted at the door by the oldest Sugg sibling, who immediately engulfed you in her embrace.

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ACOWAR Characters & Florence + The Machine Lyrics

Feyre:  And with one kiss you inspired a fire of devotion.
What kind of man loves like this? (What kind of Man, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful 2015.)

Rhysand: I heard your heart beating, you were in the darkness too.
So I stayed in the darkness with you (Cosmic Love, Lungs 2009.)

Cassian:  A kick in the teeth is good for some. A kiss with a fist is better than none (Kiss with a Fist, Lungs 2009.)

Lucien: There’s a drumming noise inside my head that starts when you’re around. I swear that you could hear it. Louder than sirens, louder than bells, sweeter than heaven and hotter than hell(Drumming Song, Lungs 2009.)

Tamlin:  And I’ve been a fool and I’ve been blind. I can never leave the past behind. Looking for heaven, found the devil in me (Shake it Out, Ceremonials 2011.)

Elain:  And my heart is a hollow plain for the devil to dance again. I was looking for a breath of a life, for a little touch of heavenly light. Whose side am I on? (Breath of Life, Snow White & the Huntsman Soundtrack 2012.)

Nesta:  I must become a lion hearted girl ready for a fight, before I make the final sacrifice  (Rabbit Heart, Lungs 2009.)

Mor:  I’ve been keeping secrets, from my heart and from my soul. Going from road to road, bed to bed, lover to lover (Lover to Lover, Ceremonials 2011.)

Azriel:  So much time on the other side waiting for you to wake up.
Maybe I’ll see you in another life if this one wasn’t enough  (How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful 2015.)

Amren: Holy water cannot help you now. Thousand armies couldn’t keep me out. I don’t want your money. I don’t want your crown.
See I’ve come to burn your kingdom down (Seven Devils, Ceremonials 2011.)

Hybern:  And I never wanted anything from you, except everything you had and what was left after that too (Dog Days Are Over, Lungs 2009.)

The Suriel:  ‘Cause your pain is a tribute. The only thing you let hold you.
Wear it now like a mantle. Always there to remind you  (Third Eye, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful 2015.)


me (about Elucien): Did I build a ship to wreck?  (Ship to Wreck, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful 2015.)

Hewwo! My name is Pupster Lionz, and this is my story :)

You can find me at ( iampupsterlionz.tumblr.com )

My story begins about three years ago, close to four, around the time I began to learn about pup play.

I had just moved out of one parents home to the others, going from the southern parts of Tennessee to the mid north parts of Ohio. It would be about 6 months maybe before the original reason I moved there fell through and I ended up becoming stuck. So I tried to make the best of the situation and start dating and mingling.

Through an ex, for the first time, I met a pup. I won’t share his name since I don’t have his permission for this post, but I became very intrigued seeing how a pup….well, worked lol. I was apprehensive at first, feeling self conscious about letting this person be on all fours in front of me wagging and barking. But eventually I kinda just warmed up to it. I started playing with him, throwing things for him to fetch, giving him belly rubs and scritches. I loved it. And a part of me deep down kinda longed for that.

Unfortunately my anxieties and my self conscious nature choked it down pretty quickly. And I didn’t blossom into being a pup myself for awhile after.

At that point, I had been in Ohio for over a year and I was trying to get more involved in the pup community. I started by believing I could be a Handler, again suppressing the inner pup that was near begging to come out. I joined a Facebook group or two, I met some people, both in person and online and eventually I took two pups under my wing. I will again exclude names (I know, im sorry but they do have a right to privacy) but one of the pups lived closer to me so I could see him in person and the other lived way down in Alabama.

Very quickly it became obvious I had no idea what I was doing and I was not being a good handler for my pups at all. I felt horrible. The pup in Alabama left my service and the pain and guilt from that caused me to give the other one leave of my service as well.

After that happened, I was ready to give up. I felt defeated. I felt like I was trying to be someone I wasn’t (ironically). I posted a paragraph on one of the Facebook groups and said my goodbyes, fully ready to leave the community.

Until, one pup took it upon himself to send me a message and talk to me. That pup, whose name I will share to be Pup Gizmo, changed my life.

I started talking to Gizmo, not really wanting to listen to any kind of messages saying things like “Don’t leave the community”, “It gets better”, etc etc. But Giz wasn’t like that. He asked me to tell my story and I explained it, he got to know a lot about me, we chatted for hours on end that first day.

By the end of that day, Giz sent me a message saying “I think I know what you’re issue is”

And I sent him a message saying something along the lines of “Well what is it cuz I feel like I’ve failed hard at this.”

And he sent back “You’re on the wrong end of the puppy spectrum. You’re a pup.”

Getting that message was like a wake up slap. Like an “Oh duh” moment of clarity. I just stared at it for a good five minutes, reading it over and over.

“You’re a pup.”

I, of course, argued back that I wasn’t, because again I was self conscious and anxious. I’d seen how pups could be. I’d played with a couple. And in my mind it was weird having this back and forth battle with myself about it. Because I knew that he was right. I’d known for a year I was a pup, longing to be on all fours barking and wagging about, getting loved and appreciated for just being this adorable energetic little bundle of anxiety.

It took much convincing until finally Giz just said “You need to say it out loud. Say it to yourself. And say it to me. Say ‘I am a puppy’”

And again I paused, doubting myself and doubting his words. Until, and I kid you not, the pup in me had had enough and jumped up and said “I am a puppy wruff!”

It was this…..unexplainable moment of just pure joy. For the first time, I met the other part of me. But it felt like I’d known him all along. It’s so hard to put to words the emotions a pup feels when they discover themselves fully for the first time. Like getting a welcome home present and it being your life long friend, or something around that nature.

I wept. I barked. I wagged. I was happy. And I told Giz. “I’m a puppy :)”


Now, as for my name, it’s changed a bit over time. When it came time to pick my name, Giz offered to mentor me and be my dom. I accepted and he became my first Alpha. He wanted me to think of a name that would hold a lot of significance to me and give a smile to anyone I told it to.

I thought of something that was significant to me and almost immediately, Seven Lions came to mind.

Seven Lions is an EDM producer who makes progressive house and psystep music. I first heard Seven Lions back in 2011-2012. At that time, my depression was incredibly bad and I had no form of relief from its taxations. I grew up getting my ass kicked and bullied all the way through school, and had at that point attempted suicide three times.

I was in my sophomore year art class and on this particular day my depression had reached a critical dark place. There’s no words to describe this place. If you’ve been there, you know what I’m talking about and if you haven’t, know that it is not a place I would wish upon my greatest enemy.

That day, I decide to attempt for the final time to end it. My mother, who I lived with, was dating a hunter, who had a cabinet full of hunting rifles. I planned to shoot myself when I got home from school. I was done.

Then a friend came up and told me I needed to listen to this amazing song from this new EDM artist and that I’d love it. And I argued with him about wanting to be left alone, but he ignored me and shoved the headphones in my ears, and the track You Got To Go by Above&Beyond (Seven Lions Remix) was playing.

It was like….having a hand grab onto my shoulder, but it wasn’t a hand it was pure music. It grabbed me and pulled me up from the darkness. Every chord, every drop, every note in that song was utter euphoria and I cried in the middle of class. Of course, I got teased for it but I didn’t care. I had found it. Something to fight my demons.

Seven Lions literally saved my life that day. I’ve been devoted to him and his music since.

So back to picking my pup name, I immediately wanted it to be something in honor of the man who saved my life with his music. So I said “Ok so what if I just use Lions?”

But it just didn’t seem quite right. I wanted there to be something symbolic in it. And so I changed the S to a Z, to symbolize the end of an uphill battle with my depression when I discovered his music, and to symbolize the end of being one part of whole, the end of the journey I’d taken to discover the pup that was always there within me.

And so Lionz was born 🙂 I was never quite happy just being Pup Lionz, so I was trying to think of ways to be unique with it. Since I was a Beta to my Alpha, I usually got addressed as Beta, and i found that at the time it fit my personality almost 100% I was a beta through and throug. So I became Beta Pup Lionz. But lately, I’ve been developing my dom side again, my Alpha side. After failing so badly at being a Handler I was scared to take any form of authority over another pup again. But I’m learning and growing and I wanted to make my name reflect that change in me, so I changed it to Pupster Lionz, because it kinda resembles the word trickster and I can be mischievous 🙂

And that, everybody, is my story. I sincerely hope you enjoyed this peek into my life

Licks and Nuzzles,
Pupster Lionz

Why is the Valhalla arc so important?

Emily grew up under the pressure of being the only child of an American Ambassador. Elizabeth was far too busy to spend her personal time instilling proper values in Emily.

So Emily had to go off what she learned from society and the people around her. She was young and impressionable, she absorbed everyone’s character flaws as her own without knowing any better.

She saw how distant and stern her mother was and Emily vowed to be the opposite. She wanted to be caring and soft.

It was 1985 in Rome. She spent much of her time in the Catholic Church learning how to be a proper woman and wife. She learned that she must obey her husband’s wishes and she must procreate.

That’s when she met John. She was 15 and she wanted so desperately to feel loved and wanted. So when he pressured her into sex, she obliged.

She ended up pregnant. It was a sin in the eyes of the church to have premarital sex but it would be even worse to get an abortion.

Emily prayed about it for weeks. But God never answered her prayers. She had done as she had been taught. She had obeyed her partner. But he wasn’t the one who would have to make a life altering decision.

That was about time Emily turned from a child into an adult. She knew she had to take care of herself, first and foremost, even if it was against the Church.

John disagreed. He couldn’t be part of any of her radical ideals. He forced Emily to confess her sins to their Priest. The Priest made it clear he could not support an abortion and it would be a mortal sin in the eyes of God.

With no one else to turn to, Emily told her best friend, Matthew. To her surprise, he didn’t judge her.

Matthew held her hand when they walked into the clinic. He held her hand the entire time. And when she was better, he held her hand as they sat in the front row of the Sunday service.

He protected her, like no one ever had. And she never forgot how good it felt to be cared for by someone who had no ulterior motives.

In high school she got into Goth culture, longing to fit in, anywhere she could. Elizabeth thought it was just Emily being rebellious but it was truly Emily’s attempts at finding herself.

She had always been what everyone else expected her to be. The proper young lady, the devout Catholic, the loyal daughter. She had never had the freedom to discover who she really was.

Because of this, her college years were rough. She had extremely low self esteem and longed for a romantic connection that mirrored the friendship she once had with Matthew.

Everyone talked about true love and soul mates but Emily had been so traumatized from such a young age, she genuinely believed she wasn’t good enough. She thought she’d never be good enough for someone to love.

She slept around through college. Never letting anyone get close enough to get to know her. A different partner every weekend.

Emily had decided that her Mother had the right idea all along. If she was distant and detached, she could never be hurt.

After college when she enrolled in the FBI, Elizabeth was less than thrilled. Emily saw it as an escape. A way to escape her past and create a new life.

She poured herself into her training and graduated the Academy in the top of her class. When she was recruited by a joint task force between Interpol and the CIA she was only 30.

She was told she would have to cut all ties with the world as she knew it and she never hesitated. Her job was the only thing that mattered to her and thus, Lauren Reynolds was born.

When Emily received the assignment to infiltrate Valhalla thru Ian Doyle she didn’t think much of it. She knew how to get a man to bend to her whim, that had never been a problem.

But Ian Doyle was different than the her past partners. As their relationship evolved so did Emily’s feelings. Ian knew her as an arms dealer, a criminal, and yet he saw past that and he fell in love with her.

Emily had never experienced unconditional love before and yet it felt so comfortable and real. She struggled to keep her emotions out of her operation but it proved more difficult than she could have imagined.

She knew he was a criminal. She knew he was a murderer. And yet, she went home with him and lived with him and saw a side no one else could.

No one had ever truly loved her the way Ian Doyle loved Lauren Reynolds. She spent nights staring into the dark trying to draw a line between where her cover ended and where the real Emily began.

She would do absolutely anything for the mission. It was what she was trained to do. Always put the operation first. She knew what the CIA could do to agents that went rouge.

So she kept playing the role. And at some point it was no longer pretending. At some point, that line between Lauren and Emily disappeared.

She had spent so much time being someone else, that she forgot what it was like before Doyle. She continued to gather intelligence but she also let her walls come down in regards to Doyle.

When he proposed, she wasn’t sure who had said yes. Lauren or Emily?

Things only became more complicated. She wanted to be extracted, they knew Doyle was Valhalla but her handler insisted she stay to see what else she could uncover.

When Doyle divulged that Declan, the young boy Emily had grown to love, was actually his son, Emily’s heart broke.

Doyle asked her to raise Declan with him. To be the Mother he deserved. But Emily knew she could never be what Declan needed. Not living as Lauren Reynolds.

Emily had always wanted children and she loved Declan as her own but she couldn’t lie to him. That was the breaking point when she informed her handler the operation was over. She would take no more part in it.

Doyle was captured. Emily was sent back to DC, Lauren Reynolds was wiped from existence.

But Emily knew she couldn’t leave Declan as an orphan. She risked so much to bring him and Louise to the states.

She knew Doyle would never stop looking for his son, so she staged their deaths. She took photographic proof that Declan was dead and it made her sick.

She thought about how Doyle would feel when he found out his only son had been murdered. Even Doyle didn’t deserve that pain. Emily knew what losing a child was like, first hand. But she also knew she had to protect Declan no matter the cost.

After the photos had been taken, Emily gave Louise and Declan an envelope with their new identities, cash and an address.

She had bought a house for them to live in. Small neighborhood, cul-de-sac, close to a great school. It’s where she would raise a family if she had the liberty to.

She did her best to build a normal life for Declan. They spent weekends together until she was transferred to Kansas. Emily would send Declan a birthday present every year and he would send her a Mother’s Day card that he would hand make.

When the position at the BAU came open, Emily jumped at the chance to move back to DC. She would do anything to be close to Declan again.

She joined the BAU but kept her past a secret. JTF-12 had been a top secret operation and none of her team knew she still had contact with Declan.

She settled into the BAU quickly. It was nice to be out in the field again. But as time passed, she struggled with her secrets.

At one point JJ told her that she could see Emily with kids. JJ said she thought it would be a good idea.

Emily simply nodded. Thinking of Declan, thinking of how she longed to someday have a normal parent/child relationship with him. It tore her up inside.

Years passed and Emily found the balance of what she did and didn’t share with her new team. She knew they trusted her with their lives but part of her was always aware of just how little they truly knew about her.

When Ian Doyle escaped prison in 2011, seven years after he had been captured, Emily knew he’d come after her.

She watched as one by one her team from the JTF-12 operation were assassinated. It was then she knew her team would become collateral damage, so she left.

With no explanation she left the BAU and went after Doyle alone. She knew him better than anyone else and she knew she would never risk the lives of her team.

But Doyle was always one step ahead. He captured her, tortured her, threatened her life. But Emily wasn’t afraid to die. She would gladly sacrifice herself for her team and even more so for Declan.

She knew her team would come after her. So she stalled. And when she had nothing left to give and the barrel of the gun was pressed to her head she had a lapse in judgment.

Her pride got the better of her and she ended up telling Doyle a secret she hadn’t told anyone in seven years. Declan was alive.

Her team wasn’t as quick as she had hoped and with this new found knowledge, Doyle escaped.

Emily was severely wounded. When she was rushed to the hospital, Hotch was contacted by the Department of Defense. He was told Emily would be declared dead, for her own safety, as long as Ian Doyle was at large.

And so her team, her family, buried her. They mourned her loss. They tried to move on.

All the while, Emily lived in solitude in Paris. She had to explain to Declan that she couldn’t talk to him for a while. That it was for his protection. But he was only nine. He didn’t truly understand. He asked why Emily would leave him after promising so many times she never would. It killed her inside but it was her only option.

She entrusted friend to keep watch over Declan and Louise but Tom often traveled, leaving them vulnerable.

She lived every day in fear, always waiting for the call that Doyle had located them. But a month passed, then two, then five and everything was fine.

She had started to feel at ease. Then seven months after her “death” she received the call. She was on the plane in a matter of hours.

She spent the whole flight thinking about Declan. She only barely thought of how her team would react to the news she had been alive the entire time. The most important thing to her was making sure Declan was safe.

When she saw Doyle again it brought up so many old emotions. Emotions she thought had died with Lauren Reynolds.

When she asked him where Declan was she wasn’t asking as an FBI agent. She was asking as a mother and Doyle saw that on her face. He saw her genuine fear and he knew Declan was in trouble and not even God himself would stop Emily from finding him.

When they did find Declan and he was safe again in Emily’s arms she tried to be strong. She had been so fearful she would never see him again.

She watched as the life slipped out of Doyle’s eyes. She watched Declan put together memories from his childhood of the father he all but forgotten.

After they cleared the scene, she went to see Declan. What should have been a joyful reunion was instead solemn and sorrowful.

She told Declan stories about his father, not of his crimes but of the man he was behind Valhalla. The man she had once loved.

They fell asleep on the couch, Declan in her arms. It was the only time in her entire life she felt like she was home.

The next day the Marshals came. She choked back tears as she hugged Declan for the last time. She told him to be strong. To be a good person. And to never forget her.

She will never forget him looking out the back window of the car, tear stained cheeks, mouthing, “I love you, Mom.”

After that she tried to recover. She tried to fix her strained relationships with the team. She did her best to go about life as normal.

But it was never normal.

When Clyde offered her a position in London, she knew she had to take it.

She knew it was her chance to reinvent herself. Just as she had always done after a loss. She had always been able to compartmentalize and move on. If she had let herself truly mourn or feel the pain she had suppressed for so long, she would have drowned.

Emily Prentiss is not broken. She is simply scarred. She has battle wounds but she is so strong. She has lived through more pain and suffering than anyone ever should. But it made her a better person. In her search for unconditional love she ended up finding herself. She learned what was truly important and she never sacrificed her character for the job again.

Aaron Tveit: An Education

There’s a good chance you found this post because you watched FOX’s recent live production of the musical Grease. And if that was your first introduction to Aaron Tveit, I feel like you deserve an apology from the Tveiter Tots. You should never have had to deal with that voice…those biceps…that HAIR without some period of initiation. I apologize on behalf of the fandom. 

Aaron Tveit has been around on the Broadway scene for quite a while, he’s made regular guest appearances on Gossip Girl and Ugly Betty, and appeared in a handful of indie films. Tveit gained the attention of a broader audience when he portrayed French rebellion leader Enjolras in the 2012 feature film adaptation of the musical Les Miserables. Following that film, he starred in USA’s original series Graceland as a goody-two-shoes FBI agent who has to make some difficult choices when the lines dividing the good guys and the bad guys get blurred. 

Since the end of Graceland, Tveit has made a few films that are in various states of post-production and distribution, and found his next TV leading role in CBS’s upcoming Brain Dead (expected Summer 2016). 

So…there have been opportunities for you to find your way into the world of the Tveiter Tots, but you would have had to go looking.  

This list of clips will fully ingratiate you into the fandom and give you the resources you need to understand most Tumblr references. Enjoy your trip down the YouTube black hole…and welcome! 

PREREQUISITES: 

There are three clips that are pre-introductory. They’re basic. You must watch these before you can even understand anything else I’ll show you. These are the clips that, at their lowest level, let you know Aaron can sing, he’s always been able to sing, and he *probably* knows what to do with his hands.  

Run Away With Me (2008) - the clip that made Aaron a (limited) internet sensation. It just crossed the 1 million views mark this past week and is arguably the most beloved thing Aaron has ever done or will ever do. He’s young, and his hair does that little ducktail thing in the front. The voice is undeniable, and then you start to notice how his hands work the mic stand. Remember that. That will be important later.  

I’m Alive (2009) - Aaron appeared on Broadway in several roles before landing the one that would really put him on the Great White Way map - Gabe in Next To Normal. NTN is a quirky and heart-wrenching family drama in which Aaron’s character is (spoiler alert!) dead, but lives on in the mind of his mother. This video of him recording his character’s signature song is where you’ll probably notice Aaron’s mouth for the first time. Yeah. Get used to noticing that. 

One Song Glory (2010) - What young man who can sing and dance and act hasn’t played Roger at some point? If you graduated high school before the year 2002, RENT was probably an important moment along your path to adulthood. Roger is an HIV-positive musician who fears he’ll never find love again or accomplish his life’s purpose. He just wants to write one great song that will connect him to other people in a meaningful way. Watch Aaron tap into all that angst, black fingernails, guyliner and all.  

SYLLABUS: 

Okay, now you’re ready for the actual class. Get ready to operate on the expert level when it comes to Aaron Tveit. 

Fly Fly Away (2010) - Miscast is an annual theatre fundraiser where actors sing songs written for characters they’ve never played with a lot of gender-bending along the way. This song was originally sung by Aaron’s character’s love interest in Catch Me If You Can, but I’ve always preferred this version!! Sensitive dreamy Aaron at his best.

What Is This Feeling (2009) - another one from the previous year’s Miscast in which Aaron performed with his Catch Me If You Can co-star Norbert Leo Butz (oh man, now that I’ve mentioned him, I’m probably going to have to do an NLB swoonfest at some point because you ALSO need to know about NLB). In this one, you’ll see Aaron’s adorkable sense of humor and learn once and for all how to pronounce his name (”it’s not that hard!”). You’ll also get your first glimpse of his signature skip dance move and an *almost* twerk. YOU’RE WELCOME.

Along the Way (2008) - from a one-off concert he did featuring songs from writing duo Pasek & Paul. The whole thing is super cute, but the most important part happens in the first 10 seconds. That little head tilt and his LIPS. Actually the way he moves his mouth in this whole performance, amirite?

Dancing Through Life - I like to call this one “The Full Fiyero.” The pants. The moves. OMG.

Hairspray - Aaron was in the touring cast of Hairspray in 2005-2006 and was a PERFECT Link Larson. I would like to officially cast my vote for him to come back for NBC’s live production later this year, but only if it doesn’t interfere with his limited run as Hamilton’s King George (no, he’s not *technically* scheduled to play King George, but if I and The Secret have anything to do with it, HE WILL BE). Anyway, here’s Without Love and I Can Hear the Bells (so so funny!) from Hairspray!

Next To Normal Tonys performance (2009) - Aaron comes in at 3:45 and if you liked Jealous!Danny in Grease, you’re gonna LOVE Jealous!Gabe in the last 30 seconds of this performance!!! (Side note: YES, there’s a weird vibe between Aaron’s character Gabe and the dad here having to do with Alice Ripley as the mom/wife. Welcome to Next To Normal! In all seriousness, though, that show is so sympathetic to grief and mental health issues and made me bawl.)

Seven Wonders (2011) - So. Much. Shirtless. Aaron. 

Elsie Fest (2015) - Elsie Fest is an outdoor music festival featuring songs from stage and screen started in 2015 by Darren Criss, Ricky Rollins and Jordan Roth. This particular performance is really cute. REALLY. Cute. Dear Aaron, please make a legit pop album so I can throw money at it and see you on tour.

WANGBT (2013) - This is the definitive version of Aaron’s Taylor Swift cover, however, from the second night of his spectacular sold-out run at 54 Below. Especially important is 1:35 when he drops one hand from the mic and you finally know for sure that he definitely knows what to do with his hands, 2:08 when he does a tiny body roll, and 3:18 when he skips. SKIPS. Because it is, after all, his signature move. 

Finally, you should really spend some time watching and listening to Aaron speak, because he has a great voice and is very funny. You might like listening to him talk enough to download one of the audiobooks he narrated, and I would absolutely not judge you for that.  

There are lots of interviews online of Aaron promoting various projects, and they’re all great, of course. I think his appearances on Show People are the best, though, since they’re the most in depth and personal. Plus, Paul Wontorek is the host, and he is the biggest Tveiter Tot of us all. :) Bonus: Aaron looks SO GOOD in all of them. His hair in the last one is ridiculous. RIDICULOUS. 

First Show People

Second Show People

Third Show People

Last, but very definitely not least, Aaron’s appearance at the 2013 Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards was a VERY important moment for the fandom because we got DrunkInPublic!Aaron (or at least a very convincing performance) which we’d never even come close to before.  

Presenting - this links to the whole show because I can’t find just Aaron’s part, so skip to 11:52 and for 13 minutes imagine what it would be like to flirt with Aaron in a bar. SPOILER ALERT: It would be GREAT. 

Secret Talent - from the after party that same year. I guarantee his secret talent is not something you expect it to be, and that you will spend at least 30 minutes trying to do it yourself and likely fail miserably (….I speak from personal experience here). 

And there you go. Once you make it through this list, you will officially be a bonafide legit Tveiter Tot. Congratulations! 

It took me three years to amass this knowledge, and I’m giving it to you for free out of the goodness of my heart. I firmly believe there is nothing more fun than being a fangirl, and I don’t know that I’ve come across anyone more deserving of having a devoted fandom than Aaron Tveit. His talent and good looks are plain to see, but he also seems to be a solid dude and a genuinely good person. Enjoy your trip into the Tveiter Tot fandom and don’t hesitate to tell me what other Tveit goodies you find along the way! What did I miss? What performance or interview do you think is essential? The only thing better than fangirling is fangirling with FRIENDS so holla at your girl! 

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Grease: LIVE is available to watch (or rewatch!) online or On Demand starting February 1, and look for Aaron in CBS’s Brain Dead this summer! 

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My huge turning point as an actor
My turning point was the drama 「Watashi no Host-chan ~The Seven Hosts~」 (Year 2011). That was the very first time the company staff recommended me for an audition. The character that I acted, Hojyou Yuuki, is a character who was number one at his previous host club. In addition, it’s a drama with a documentary touch to it, the actors are broadcasted with their real name undisclosed. That’s why to an unknown actor like me, it would be alright even if I were to be hated by the viewers, I devoted myself to acting the “villain” throughout (the drama). That defiant part of (the character) succeeded and it received great responses.

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