"the best biceps on Broadway".What do you guys think?

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    Apr 07, 2009 2:10 PM GMT
    http://www.365gay.com/video/itays-take-boxing-with-the-stars/


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    Apr 07, 2009 2:13 PM GMT
    How dare he still my body!
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    Apr 07, 2009 2:25 PM GMT
    Personally I don't think he is attractive, nice body but the face just does nothing for me. additionally I thought it was hysterical when he was like it's a great show we get people on their feet everynight, because it has gotten to the point where the standing ovation is obligatory on broadway, I have been to a number of shows that were horrible but still got standing ovations, what happens is on person standsup because they think they should and then peer pressure and the desire to see anything kicks in and everyone stands up.
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    Apr 07, 2009 3:13 PM GMT
    I agree with lack of facial attractiveness. His body is good, but if that's the best Broadway has to offer then I'm staying loyal to local theaters.
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    Apr 07, 2009 3:18 PM GMT
    Awww, I like the nelly ones with big muscles. That's why I'm here on RJ. icon_lol.gif
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    Apr 07, 2009 3:24 PM GMT
    Does nothing for meicon_smile.gif
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    Apr 07, 2009 3:34 PM GMT
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    Apr 07, 2009 3:35 PM GMT
    now is he single and avalable?
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    Apr 07, 2009 3:36 PM GMT
    Kudos to GS for getting the peanutbutterjelly banana to carry his sign.
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    Apr 07, 2009 3:40 PM GMT
    I think he's wonderful.
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    Apr 07, 2009 3:42 PM GMT
    hes hot, hes gay right?
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    Apr 07, 2009 3:46 PM GMT
    yup
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    Apr 07, 2009 3:51 PM GMT
    gymguy81 saidnow is he single and avalable?


    He was seeing someone according to this interview:

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    Not sure about right now.
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    Apr 07, 2009 3:56 PM GMT
    He's Definitely Hot but there are many others more classically handsome. Cheyenne Jackson is Gorgeous. There is no shortage of eye candy on the bway stage.
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    Apr 07, 2009 4:00 PM GMT
    rock17j saidhes hot, hes gay right?



    yes he indeed is.



    I just googled him.Turns out I had seen him before,several times,only without remembering his name.He had been on the cover of both Instinct & HX.

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    I think he looks better with short hair.
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    Apr 07, 2009 4:55 PM GMT
    I agree with Chungo that the standing O usually succumbs to peer pressure. Sometimes even the cast seems to expect it. Just saw Guys and Dolls (awful...my opinion) and they seemed quite shocked when the crowd stayed seated. That made me laugh. But I also saw Patti Lupone in Gypsy.....She got about 4 standing O's during the show and each one was deserved.
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    Apr 07, 2009 4:58 PM GMT
    He's strictly hit it and quit it.
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    Apr 07, 2009 5:04 PM GMT
    chungo44 said...I have been to a number of shows that were horrible but still got standing ovations, what happens is on person standsup because they think they should and then peer pressure and the desire to see anything kicks in and everyone stands up.

    Actually show producers will plant those people in the audience, also called "salting" and several other terms, including "papering the house" (or dressing) when it's done mainly to keep the theatre from looking empty.

    Their paid job is to applaud loudly at everything, and laugh if it's a comedy, and to stand for ovations in the hope that the rest of the audience will follow along, as you noted. Veteran Broadway theatre-goers are aware of this trick, and are wary of getting dragged along like that, giving their applause & ovation only if it's truly earned.
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    Apr 07, 2009 5:13 PM GMT
    jprichva said
    Red_Vespa said Actually show producers will plant those people in the audience, also called "salting" and several other terms.

    In the opera house, these people are referred to collectively as a "claque".

    Exactly, the same term is sometimes used for the people who do the same thing in the theatre, an old French word that refers to "clapping" which is what they are being paid to do.
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    Apr 07, 2009 5:34 PM GMT
    I believe I once saw some of this trickery being used at a Dame Edna show on Broadway, which I otherwise loved. I just saw her again, performing in Fort Lauderdale last month, and had another great time.

    But at the Music Box theatre in January, 2005, part of her routine was to personally pass a very long-handled basket out over the audience, sorta like a church collection thing, and persuade people to remove their shoes to put into the basket. Then she'd dump the shoes onto the stage and make witty comments as she examined them, before tossing them back to their owners.

    My BF & I had front row center seats, our feet literally touching the base of the stage, so we were able to see everything very closely, with the shoe basket passing right over our heads. I slumped down in my seat, because I didn't want her to bring my shoes onstage, being all wet & filthy from the winter slush on the New York sidewalks outside.

    But as I looked at the shoes being passed just a foot over my head in the open basket, on their way to the stage, I noticed that all their soles were absolutely pristine. Not wetness, no dirtiness, not even any signs of wear, like they had just come fresh from a shoe store. I watched them closely as Dame Edna handled them right in front of me, and they appeared unworn inside, too, looking absolutely brand new, every one.

    And I thought, AHA, those shoes, and likely the people wearing them, are a plant. Otherwise, Dame Edna might have to handle some pretty gross examples of encounters with New York City sidewalk crud. It only made sense. And how would she know where they were sitting, unless those seats had been reserved for that purpose, and possibly some little identifying items placed on their clothing as markers, too. It's an old magician's trick.

    BTW, at her Fort Lauderdale appearance, where I again was front row center, there were some empty seats, with no evidence to me of "papering." And Dame Edna used this for a joke (imagine her high falsetto voice):

    "Oh, and I see some empty seats, even right up front here. Well you know those are for the subscription ticket holders, and they're mostly from Palm Beach, yes. And they buy these seats here in the Parker Playhouse each year, and then they die. Well, we'll keep these seats open in their memory."

    The audience roared with laughter, because in this area it's actually quite true. LMAO!!
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    Apr 07, 2009 6:12 PM GMT
    jprichva said
    Red_Vespa said
    BTW, at her Fort Lauderdale appearance, where I again was front row center, there were some empty seats, with no evidence to me of "papering."

    I was hoping to go see her at the Parker Playhouse but my legs wouldn't cooperate. Damn.

    Too bad, a fun show, and only a fraction of the cost of her Broadway tickets.

    Which, BTW, I got for much less. They wanted $280 for the better seats online, but for the very best at the center 3 rows you had to click on a special disclaimer, and it recommended phoning a toll-free number direct, as well.

    The agent on the phone told me I had to understand it was likely Dame Edna would "interract" with us if we sat in those seats, which many people avoided for that reason. But if we were willing to do it, I could have the 2 for $89 each!

    My closested BF was nervous when he learned what I'd done, but it turned out OK. He only got briefly called upon once by Dame Edna, to merely stand up with me and be recognized by the entire audience as "one of THOSE couples." LOL!!! And he thought we weren't obvious! And of course we got to wave our "glads" at the end of the show.
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    Apr 08, 2009 3:13 AM GMT
    hes very plain lookin, nice body and shit but.. its uninspiring..
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    Apr 08, 2009 3:21 AM GMT
    He is the type that would be hot on Halloween if he was shirtless and wearing a face mask.
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    Apr 08, 2009 3:22 AM GMT
    I like the host more!
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    Apr 08, 2009 3:25 AM GMT
    They're both yummy. Extra kudos to Nick for shaking up Mario Egomaniac.