And, of course, I went through my doubts -- I felt like I wasn't as good as everyone around me. I think what it came down to was I really need to learn more about the dance world and the dance community here in L. I just felt like there was so much to learn about the industry from a dancer's perspective.
We didn't get paid for community theater, so it was all out of passion. I think that it's not something I have to say or announce, necessarily.If you've seen Lady Gaga dance, you've probably seen Mark Kanemura dance.He's the one dancing alongside her -- usually in a skirt and something leather.And ever since then, it's been an amazing whirlwind. I mean, she's always' I don't know if I can answer this question, basically. Yeah, I mean, she works really, really, really hard. I had taken a break from her to come back for [as an All-Star, last season]. It inspired everything else after that, which was going back on tour with her and continuing everything else. That album is just so filthy and so dirty and nasty and I just -- I love all of it. I'm really blessed to have parents who are so open to it and so supportive of it.You're always right up on Gaga in the performances. Then, I got invited this past January to be a part of the music video for 'Born This Way.' When Laurieann played the song for us, I got so excited that there was an anthem for people that felt different in any way, for people that needed a song to attach themselves to and represent them as a group. I keep listening to 'The Edge of Glory.' I keep listening to 'Bad Kids,' and she has those nasty dance tracks 'Government Hooker' and 'Schei'e,' which are incredible. When 'Born this Way' dropped, you wrote a post on your blog, and it sounded like you were about to either say you were gay or declare some sort of connection to the gay community. Growing up in musical theater, there [were] a lot of gay people around me.