this album excuse though
Which Romeo is your favorite? Mine is Leo :)
It’s practically impossible for me to choose between Leonardo DiCaprio (1996) and Leonard Whiting (1968)’s interpretations. Depending on the day I will pick one over the other but in the end I always go back to these two even if their Romeos are almost diametrically different.
DiCaprio, although his Shakespearean delivery isn’t always the best tbh, brings so much passion and angst to the character which makes him absolutely captivating to watch.
Leonard Whiting on the other hand gave a much more light, jovial interpretation which makes it all the more heartbreaking when the story takes a sour turn, crushing his spirit. It contrasts tremendously with the sort of innocence he held in the first half of the play.
I have to mention Seth Numrich’s Romeo (in “Private Romeo”) who absolutely blew me away with his performance. For a modern day, tame take on the role he still brought so much ardor and intensity to his portrayal. His Romeo was more calm and timid compared to every other interpretation I’ve seen of this character but every emotion and line was so rich and perfectly executed. He is honestly my favorite Romeo after DiCaprio and Whiting.
music snobs are the most annoying people on this earth like why are you so uptight about who is allowed to like a band bye
I CANT STOP WATCHING THESE SALUTE TOUR VIDEOS AND DYING THEY HAVE COME SO FAR AND ARE SO AMAZING AND HAVE BECOME BADASS BITCHES WHO OWN THE STAGE AND DANCE THEIR ASSES OFF ALWAYS WHILE DELIVERING PERFECT HARMONIES THAT I DIDNT KNOW WERE POSSIBLE HOW DID THIS HAPPEN IM SO IN LOVE IM SO HAPPY I DECIDED TO WATCH THEIR X FACTOR VIDEOS THREE YEARS AGO
Kylie: ”When you’re the only one who doesn’t know the song..”
Hailey: "we are P5! Great times with the best @kyliejenner @kendalljenner @carllentz @lauralentz”