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March 30 2017

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chriscolfernews:

Chris Colfer changed his username on Instagram - March 30 2017

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March 29 2017

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thenovl:

Chris Colfer takes us on a journey full of laughter, tears, and life-changing memories in his new novel. Start reading Stranger Than Fanfiction now.

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hrh-daisycolfer:

The most handsome man in the world ♥

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chriscolfernews:

Chris Colfer photographed by Tony Cenicola for The New York Times, 2017 [HQ]

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chriscolfernews:

hrhchriscolfer This is from my @nytimes piece “The First Time I Braved New York” - check it out online or in this Sunday’s paper! 😎📰

March 28 2017

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Suddenly, everything changed as the Manhattan skyline came into view. My fears of being murdered faded away and were replaced with a wave of wonder. I couldn’t breathe, I couldn’t think, I couldn’t feel — all I could do was stare in bewilderment at the towering buildings in the distance. I had seen “The Wizard of Oz” a million times, but until that moment on the bridge, I never knew how Dorothy felt when seeing the Emerald City. It was as bittersweet as it was magical, because I knew I’d never see New York for the first time again.
— Chris Colfer https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/28/arts/television/chris-colfer-the-first-time-i-visited-new-york.html

“You’re going to New York City … by yourself?” my mom was shocked to learn. “But Christopher, you’ve never even been to the doctor by yourself.”

“Mom, life is about stepping outside your comfort zone,” I replied — or
maybe I said: “Cut the umbilical cord, Mrs. Bates! I’m going to see my friends!” I can’t remember.

— Chris Colfer https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/28/arts/television/chris-colfer-the-first-time-i-visited-new-york.html

Chris Colfer: The First Time I Braved New York (and a Taxi!)

chriscolfernews:

Imagine, if you will, the Pillsbury Doughboy with Peter Brady’s haircut and Truman Capote’s voice. Add a sprinkling of the fear of being touched and the social anxiety of a shy Chihuahua. That was me at 18, and in December 2008, that guy decided it was a good idea to take a trip to New York City all by himself.

To reiterate why this cultural experiment was destined for failure, I should mention I was born and raised in Clovis, Calif., a small town in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley — you know, where they end up in “The Grapes of Wrath.” Clovis is a place of spacious farmland, quiet suburbs, ample street parking and trucks with testicle ornaments. It couldn’t be more different from the Big Apple, which is probably why I spent much of my adolescence wishing Kristin Chenoweth would show up in Glinda the Good Witch’s bubble and take me there.

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chriscolfernews:

Join Wilson Cruz in supporting OUT OF THE BOX (Chris talking about coming out at 1.40)

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March 28, 2017  3:30 a.m [est]

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