I just wanna live my life without being bothered by people who don't deserve to be in it :)
|Me:||I need to get an A on this test|
|On the internet:||Ugh I hate people so much|
|Applying for a job:||I love working with people and I'm very sociable|
Being honest, I just feel like Jayne was a way better manager for them. Yeah sure Scooter got them big in America, but I do feel like Jayne handled them a lot better! And I feel so bad for the TWFanmily who’s dates got cancelled. If anything, The Wanted’s management could of even rescheduled them, not just completely cancelled them!
[T]he Glee star’s track is…outsized…theatrical, a bigger-sounding production — think Celine Dion by way of “Fireworks”-era Katy Perry (which makes sense given the singer’s background as a Broadway star)….[It] favors a more constant sonic through-line. The singer’s voice hovers high in the mix, gently rising to a crescendo as it approaches the free-me-from-the-shackles hook….Michele’s voice is one of passion, fighting off any insecurity, fear or sadness with her mammoth pipes, bounding towards the chorus with power and poise….
Michele’s [heart] — which we can reasonably infer still hurts immensely following the tragic passing of her boyfriend and co-star, Cory Monteith — is a conflicted one. Sure, she burns with pain. But girl has mad inner-strength! “I won’t hide inside/I gotta get out!” she declares with that monster of a voice. Michele’s [message]: it hurts but I must be emancipated. She sees that road to redemption; it’s paved with smiley faces. “I think I found the light at the end of the tunnel… I will start living today!” she sings….
[The mission of] Lea Michele’s “Cannonball”? Well, of course only time will tell how successful it turns out to be. Its motives however, while still a bit murky, appear to be two-fold: establish her crossover, mainstream-radio potential, while simultaneously eschewing that beaten-down-by-the-world narrative all too often linked with celebrities who’ve endured any form of loss.