"And then there was the time we went to Washington, DC, together so that I could sing for President Obama. Melanie was there in the hotel room with us, doing my makeup, and I was trying to focus on the task at hand; serenading the leader of the free world is no small thing. But Jonathan was intent on getting me to laugh and so a wrestling match/tickle fest went too far, and he made me laugh so hard I peed my pants. I assure you, I showered-but thirty short minutes later, I was in front of the president. Those are the moments that keep you sane, and so I’m eternally grateful to Jonathan for always helping me keep my feet on the ground. If peeing my pants is what it takes, I’m always game."
- Lea Michele talks about Jonathan Groff in Brunette Ambition (x
I’m the Greatest Star (Glee Cast Version)
(Continuation from the argument/discussion at the loft)
When Kurt starts to pull away, Blaine pulls tighter, and Kurt can feel his fiancé’s body shaking against his own. It terrifies Kurt how easily he can break the boy in his arms, how much power he has over him because Blaine loves him so fiercely he aches with it.
Maybe there was more he could do to stop this if he’d known. But he hadn’t.
It breaks his heart.