He’s like an enormous, muscular Ellen DeGeneres.

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I love being myself. It’s hard to be yourself—you have to get into your core and into some painful places. But freeing yourself from judgment feels so great.

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"Vanessa caught my eye straight away. She simply outshines all other girls because of her strong personality. I don’t know if I believe in love at first sight, but I do believe in two people having chemistry straight away. I don’t know what it was with Vanessa but we kind of clicked from the very beginning. She is not just a lovely girl, she is also a sexy and desirable woman! Vanessa is just a wonderful person. I can laugh and talk with her and, most of all, we have loads of fun!”

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Why would you make me do this? You’re my best friend in the world! Yeah, and you’re more than that, Jemma. I couldn’t find the courage to tell you.

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Just look at the world around you, Right here on the ocean floor, Such wonderful things around you, What more is you lookin’ for?

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H: if you love someone, you should be able to tell them anything. 
S: that’s the t h e o r y.

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Your résumé is already pretty strong. Do you consider yourself an SNL legend, revolutionary, or luminary?
No. Never. Never say that. What am I, an asshole? [Laughs.] I only can look at it through my own perspective, which was, “Holy shit! I worked at SNL and it didn’t go terribly.” When you work there, you’re in the shadow of literally everyone. It’s also impossible to be cocky or even confident about being a cast member there because you know that the show’s fan base is so wide and that, even if you’re someone’s favorite on the show, someone else watching hates you. It’s like a sports franchise: Everyone’s got their pick and everyone thinks they know who the weak link is and what should be done differently, and that’s what makes the show fun. (x)

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