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farieslovers23:

I think he is talking about the person who got the role and jc did not and he beats out JC .. I’ll ask LOL maybe I get a answer back 

There’s no need to ask (or to Tweet at this guy at all, like I’m seeing right now). He’s talking about the person he tagged. What does it matter?
Considering how young the cast is I’m surprised anyone advised JC to audition, not a good fit in the least. He needs better management and has for years.

farieslovers23:

I think he is talking about the person who got the role and jc did not and he beats out JC .. I’ll ask LOL maybe I get a answer back 

There’s no need to ask (or to Tweet at this guy at all, like I’m seeing right now). He’s talking about the person he tagged. What does it matter?

Considering how young the cast is I’m surprised anyone advised JC to audition, not a good fit in the least. He needs better management and has for years.

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saelyg:

jcchasezsdolphin:

poptartsandfedoras:

Cult favorite off-Broadway show Altar Boyz is heading to the UK and apparently JC auditioned.
Guess he’s trying to find another gig after JCS imploded.

I don’t know how I should feel about this because on the one hand, he’s apparently still putting himself out there, and on the other hand, he didn’t get the role.


wow you know thats kind of a bastardy thing to do. To advertise who you supposedly beat out for a role. I assume the guy is talking about himself.

He’s not talking about himself, the person he’s talking about is tagged in the tweet.
Considering the show satirizes boy bands like NSYNC it’s probably a big bragging right to beat out an actual boy band member for a part.

saelyg:

jcchasezsdolphin:

poptartsandfedoras:

Cult favorite off-Broadway show Altar Boyz is heading to the UK and apparently JC auditioned.

Guess he’s trying to find another gig after JCS imploded.

I don’t know how I should feel about this because on the one hand, he’s apparently still putting himself out there, and on the other hand, he didn’t get the role.

wow you know thats kind of a bastardy thing to do. To advertise who you supposedly beat out for a role. I assume the guy is talking about himself.

He’s not talking about himself, the person he’s talking about is tagged in the tweet.

Considering the show satirizes boy bands like NSYNC it’s probably a big bragging right to beat out an actual boy band member for a part.

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fallonsync:

Ok, now JC is up to his third time being called out for the ALS Ice Bucket challenge. First it was Joey, then Chris, now Richard Marx.

I get it, you can say no to Joey and Chris because they’re like you’re brothers, but NOBODY says no to Richard Marx.

He’s not going to do it. I mean you can be hopeful, but I don’t think it’s going to happen.

Same. I don’t get the obsession with him doing it. Donating is what’s most important, he likely did that.

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JC Chasez Talks Making of Smokey Robinson’s ‘My Girl’ Remake

With the perfect combination of soul, flawless harmonizing and well-executed runs, the remake of “My Girl” is a contemporary take on the classic record. Mayer brings his usual style to the track with a lot of clean blues licks/riffs that complement the vocal performance beautifully, followed by smooth melodic soloing during the instrumental breaks.

In exclusive interviews with Billboard, Blacc and Chasez described their experiences recording “My Girl” and also talked about what it meant for them to be included on Robinson’s new album.

In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked “My Girl” as one of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. What did it mean for you to be included in the remake of such an iconic R&B song?

JC Chasez: I think it is a privilege to sing any one of Smokey Robinson’s songs. You are talking about someone who installed some of the foundations of Motown, and Motown is really a foundation for what music is built on today. “My Girl” is so recognizable. I was more than excited to be a part of it.

Do you remember the first time you heard “My Girl”? What is your personal history with the song?

Chasez: The first time I heard the original version of “My Girl” was with my family. We used to take cross-country trips all over the United States. We would stop at different places and we kind of popped into one of those ’50s diners. We would dig through all the records and play different songs. My parents would listen to the Motown [records] as well. My strongest memory was sitting in a ’50s diner when I was 5 or 6 years old and hearing that song come on.

It is often difficult for artists to get a favorable response for remakes of songs, especially when the song is such a classic. Nonetheless, there is something really magical about hearing you sing along with Smokey Robinson and the other artists on this track. How do you personally feel about the remake?

Chasez: Everybody has their opinions about the originals, and I respect those opinions because there was magic that happened in that moment that made that song so special in that time. But we are also talking about the person that wrote that song in the first place. It’s not like someone else went and manipulated it from left field. The fact that Smokey Robinson was involved and working with Randy Jackson to make sure it sounds the way he wants it to sound… I thought it was the right fit, the right process. I was totally comfortable with it.

What was the most challenging thing about working on this record? What surprised you, and what did you enjoy most about working with the other gentlemen?

Chasez: The most nerve-racking thing was that I had to lay my vocal down first. You know that these great singers are going to come in and sing all over this thing, so you want to perform at a high level because you respect all these other artists, and you want to do the song justice. I respect Smokey Robinson and I admire his talent. So I wanted to make sure that I was giving him every ounce that I had to give.

Describe “My Girl” in one word.

Chasez: Modern.

Do you think that the remake of “My Girl” will introduce a new generation to classic R&B music?

Chasez: I certainly hope so. In my opinion, a great song is a great song and should be heard by as many people as humanly possible. So I think it would be wonderful if a new group of people fell in love with this song. I also like the fact that usually when people like something they want to find out more about it. And I would like for them to go back and check out the original song as well.

Full article: http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/the-juice/6221991/aloe-blacc-jc-chasez-smokey-robinson-my-girl?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

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Why do people think repeatedly tweeting JC (on an account he rarely uses) will get him to do this ALS thing?

1. He’s not a showy person, he’d donate 1000s before ever filming one of these videos.

2. You think harassing him is the way to get him to do ANYTHING? lol

Leave the dude alone, it’s been over 48 hrs. The chances are slim.

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