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  1. Caliban says

    That was cute, much better than I expected.

    Was Disney involved in this, I wonder? Because they’re pretty ruthless when it comes to suing over anything that even *might* impinge on “their” characters. I don’t know how much success they’d have but that doesn’t mean they won’t try it.

  2. Lymis says

    This young man is insanely talented. He’s also pushing really hard to get on Glee – and I think they could do some amazing things with him on that show.

  3. Dback says

    When Todrick was on “Idol” I found him very off-putting–there was just something arrogant and smug and obnoxious about him. (And his over-reliance on melisma, like so many of today’s singers, is exhausting.) However, I have to say that this showed his talents off nicely, the sets and costumes and special effects were terrific, and the song mash-ups were often very clever and smooth. Good choreography too (though somewhat frantically edited). Could even have been an extra five minutes longer and I wouldn’t have complained.

  4. Dback says

    When Todrick was on “Idol” I found him very off-putting–there was just something arrogant and smug and obnoxious about him. (And his over-reliance on melisma, like so many of today’s singers, is exhausting.) However, I have to say that this showed his talents off nicely, the sets and costumes and special effects were terrific, and the song mash-ups were often very clever and smooth. Good choreography too (though somewhat frantically edited). Could even have been an extra five minutes longer and I wouldn’t have complained.

  5. NorthoftheBorder says

    ha. i was prince charming in my highschool grad musical. while it was nothing like this.. for a catholic school in 1990 to have football jocks dressed in drag as the wicked step sisters… we were pretty advanced. lol

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