George fucking Blagden went to the historic site of the barricade on June 5 aka the anniversary of the barricade and sang the missing verse of Drink with Me. And of course he went at night, because the students would have sang Drink with Me the night between the 5th and the 6th. This man, this wonderful man with no chill has given fans what they have been asking for, for the past 3 ½ years and what the director has refused to give us. 

I feel sorry for every fandom that does not have George Blagden. We don’t deserve him, but I’m so glad we have him. 



has anyone seen what this man has done to us 

it’s here

And here’s the link to the actual tweet.


Gabriel Vick celebrates at the press night afterparty for his new musical Miss Atomic Bomb last night, with his wife Kerry Howard and the show’s co-director and choreographer Bill Deamer.


Flashback to the Oscars week in Los Angeles, February 2013! (2/3)

Killian and sun and fun in LA with fellow film cast members George
Blagden, Jamie Muscato, and Jeff Nicholson at various times on the roof
of the W Hotel, shopping for caps, at Universal Studios, in a swanky
piano bar, and on the pier.


Flashback to the Oscars week in Los Angeles, February 2013! (1/3)

Killian departing from Heathrow with fellow cast members Jamie Muscato,
David Roberts, Jeff Nicholson, and Matthew Seadon-Young; the group
enjoying the catering in the Oscars rehearsal rooms, joined by Ramin Karimloo;
with Ramin at Capitol Records, recording the emergency backing track for
the Oscars performance; in the dressing room during rehearsals and with
the full Les Miserables performance ensemble; and waiting for hair and
makeup before the actual show with Jamie.


They would do warm-ups every morning… where one of the guys was playing piano and everyone else would be singing, but they would end up singing “The Circle of Life” from The Lion King. And young Daniel, the kid who plays Gavroche, would be there and at the very end, they would lift him like Simba.

-Aaron Tveit


Sending Back Saturday :: 5 December 2012, the Les Miserables film held its London premiere. Killian posed on the carpet with Fra Fee and Hugh Skinner, and watched the film with Fra and guest Niall Sheehy.


a family among themselves, through friendship (6/6) :: the fra & killy show