“Celebrities and fans will grow old together. One day Super Junior and ELF will become parents. Let’s make an agreement, in the future Kim Heechul will be the same as now, I will still be pelvic thrusting and crossdressing, just like what I do now, please support me. Please look forward to Super Junior’s senior performance in 30 years.”—
I'm sorry I wasn't there when you debuted. I'm sorry I wasn't there when Henry and Zhoumi were introduced. I'm sorry I wasn't there when Kyuhyun had an accident. I'm sorry I wasn't there when Heechul had an accident. I'm sorry I wasn't there when Donghae's father died. I'm sorry I wasn't there when you were still 13(+2). I'm sorry I haven't been to any of your concerts. I'm sorry for not being able to buy all your albums. I'm sorry for being a fail ELF. But, I will always Prom15e to 13elieve.
not really…. i wouldn’t entirely forget about it rather, i’d try and stop myself from reblogging about it too often. seems that my "addiction" for the pairing of Marissa von Bleicken and Samuel Larsen (marssam/samrissa) is the main culprit of this constant reblogging and mood swings.
so after this post, anything about “The Glee Project” would slowly lessen and my tumblr blog youhateitbutyouloveit will be back to its original, kpop/asian photography related self.
“Marissa was a great partner for “Need You Now.” She has a great voice and a great look so it was naturally easy to sing with her. She thought I was really nervous to sing with her though, because I was haha. She portrays her emotion really well and you almost forget she’s just acting. She’s very convincing.”— Cameron Mitchell (The Glee Project; Episode 5)
“I was shocked when Marissa was eliminated. She was the last person in that bottom three that I thought would go, especially since she won two homework assignments in a row. Having worked hand-in-hand with her last week I know how amazing she is and I was sad to see her go. Saying goodbye to her hurt me more than saying goodbye to anyone else.”—
“The person who won I think is amazing and will be such a big star,” Murphy said. And he’s not opposed to bringing back one of the eliminated contestants for a small role on the Fox show. “I think that maybe we will,” Murphy said. “I’m editing an episode right now and I was like, [crap!] I should not have cut that person. I should have kept that person to the bitter end and they could have won. I never saw the other stuff. I only saw them come out and sing for me and based my decision on that. I do think in the judging I made one big mistake. Maybe I would have that person come in and audition for something because that person was just so talented. I won't say who!”