I grew up in musical theatre and love to perform on stage.
I think some people ramp a side of themselves up for performance purposes.
I wasn't one of those hideous children who make their parents sit through hour-long performances when you're seven. I didn't do anything like that thankfully.
I love performing. I can get to be that person I always wanted to be - godlike.
When I perform onstage, I'm actually kind of nearsighted, so I don't have any real, true understanding of what the audience is like.
It is obvious that God is looking at the heart when sacrifices are given to Him. He takes no delight in those who give up things for Lent and then act like it's such a struggle to perform what they said they wanted to do for Him.
I would love to do a live show with dancers and fashion and scenic elements - definitely bring my love of the theater to a concert-style performance.
Female performers have been doing this for years - pushing the envelope about sexuality - and the minute a man does it, everybody freaks out.
You can't plan everything - if I did a performance exactly how I rehearsed it, it would be so boring.
I think theatricality is just one way of performing. I don't think it's a better way or the way, but it's my way.
I was really beating myself up about performances and how I looked and this and that.
As long as I give the best performance I can give, I know I can't do any more.
For me, there's a fine line between being a cheeseball and being a good performer.
If you give it good concentration, good energy, good heart and good performance, the song will play you.
The voters reward good performance. So, I'm going to go out and focus, if I become the governor, to do the very best job I can as governor. The rest of it will take care of itself.
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