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spookdevous:

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Harry Doing a Zayn impersonation [x]


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Zayn and Harry’s Vocals and Adlibs in You and I (accapella) 

listen with earphones! 


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lirrylocks:

Harry at a hockey game tonight - 22.4.14.


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From my agent to my publicist, nobody in my life ever said to me, ‘are you going to say you’re gay?’ I’ve never had that conversation. It was always just a hypothetical conversation in my mind that I could come out and would come out. As a teenager and as an actor, there was this notion that if you come out as gay that you get pigeonholed or whatever. I think it’s interesting. As an actor, no matter what sort of level of success you have, you have to deal with typecasting issues. I’ve experienced it at the beginning of my career. Because I started off in musical theatre, it took a lot of auditions and a lot of pounding pavements to prove to directors, producers, and casting directors that I could just act. There are actors that do comedy, that spent a lot of time trying to get through the door of doing great drama, and vice versa. I felt that as an actor and as a person, being pigeonholed is something that I’m always trying to fight. So no one has ever said, ‘no, you can’t say that you’re gay.’ As I was coming up, I just thought, fuck it. If I don’t get hired because I’m gay, then I don’t want to work with those people that don’t want to hire me because I’m gay. I want to work with people that can see that being gay doesn’t define what I can do as an actor. So if I come out and there are jobs that I don’t get, then I don’t want those jobs anyway.
Jonathan Groff in ‘Attitude’ magazine (x)

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