"So basically, all that they told me about the character was he’s super confident, perhaps overly confident, he needs to be able to sing with a "Broadway sound" and he’s really good with women, but he may have a dark side. I came into the sound studio and I was very nervous and I sang this."
Okay. Its official. I think someone has made him up and there is no way in hell that he is real.
“The “Sound Of Music Live” reminds me of when I saw “Peter Pan” as a young little thing. It has been the single thing that has kept me inspired to keep in this business all these years. Is Carrie Underwood Julie Andrews? No. But neither was Mary Martin. (Please, I’m not comparing Mary to Carrie) Should she star in this show on Broadway? No. But I would have said that more so about Christina Applegate in Charity…. But remember that there is a kid out there right now who is going to bed inspired to be in musical theatre. Perhaps even a kid who didn’t know what musical theatre was until being introduced to it by Carrie. So thank you Carrie, you worked tonight and it showed girl.”— Bobby Walczak, keeping a kind, optimistic, and not jaded soul. (via minorfour)
Okay, let me explain to you a thing:John and Sherlock are soulmates. Whether that means romantically, platonically, sexually, emotionally, mentally, physically, what-the-fuck-ever. They complete each other. And they need each other and they are two people that are meant to be together, in one way or another. And they are soulmates. Bye.