Gleek, actor, screenwriter, soon to be author, self-proclaimed geek, and llama enthusiast.
Married to the most perfect man in the entire world, Darren Everett Criss.
I love you, Darren <3
(Glee cast rp)
Cory: Do you remember that weekend that Dianna and Naya went to Vegas? Apparently Dianna got drunk of her ass and sent me all these horrible messages about Lea and about Lea and I as a couple. She said that she was going to object at our wedding, that she can give me things that Lea couldn't, love me better than Lea does, that I deserved better than Lea because she was a diva bitch. She then proceeded to tell me that she loved me and that I was a coward because I stayed with Lea. Next we have that Mark got involved and brought up my past, comparing it to what Dianna did, to Lea and everything just fell apart. She threw her phone at the wall and I got so angry I almost drove over to Mark's house and pounded him into the ground.
Chris: Okay... I'm going to point out one key word here. /Drunk./ You know what they say about drunk words equal sober thoughts? Bullshit. I know from experience because if it were true that would mean I indeed believe I'm 7th in line for the royal thrown, which I don't. While Dianna may have meant those words in the heat of the moment and under the influence of far too much alcohol - I've watched those two girls together. They are platonic soul mates. I do not agree with Dianna's behavior in any way shape or form. And I understand rebuilding trust takes a long time, but for those two it is imperative they work out their issues. Throwing away that strong of a friendship is just a waste. As for Mark - while it was a fairly labored and out of line comparison I think his heart was in the right place. Again I'm not condoning. I've already said it was out of line - I just can understand he was trying to fix things the only way he could at the time.
Chris: All of that said, I do not fault either you or Lea for being angry. Friends hurt each other, what it comes down to is whether or not the friendships before the drama mean enough to you for you to try and salvage them. That's where it comes down to you. You both need to search your hearts and see what you want to do. My honest opinion is I would hate to see people I admire and respect throw each other away.
I will. It’s going to be long, so just be prepared. I’m not expecting you to take sides; I’m just going to fill you in on what’s been going on.
I’m sorry we couldn’t make it. I feel terrible. We’ll make it up to him. This whole situation is just coming in between everything and I hate it.
That’s fine, Cor. Send it my way, and I’ll do my best to give my objective, honest opinion if you want it.
I know you feel bad about it. Just send him a message or something. He went through hell this weekend and his birthday was kind of his pick-me-up from everything, or it was supposed to be.
Yeah I get it that you’ve been busy, but if you want the whole story I could text it to you. And I feel awful about Darren’s party. He didn’t even get to see us yesterday.
It was for the best though. If I would have went, something would have went down that was not appropriate for a birthday party.
Go ahead and text me, but keep in mind I’m neutral on this. I can’t choose among friends. As for Darren’s party - we didn’t even bother with one. We figured if the people who mattered couldn’t be there, then we would just make a night of it.
I think he is more upset than he is letting on, but I did my best. I got us dinner and we took it to the theater and ate on the stage. It’s the best I could do.
It’s a long story that basically consists of Lea and I being against Mark and Dianna.
I can’t believe you haven’t noticed the tension on set.
Cory, I’ve been a little preoccupied with Darren. My attention stays focused on him making sure he doesn’t pass out again. My priorities haven’t been on set drama.
I don’t mean to sound uncaring because obviously I don’t want my family being torn apart, but I’ve got to keep Darren in one piece.
I don’t know what’s happening to my friends, and I’m beginning to think maybe that’s a good thing.