RED Hearts are guests posts on I Heart Daily from the authors of RED: Teenage girls in America write on what fires up their lives today. Today's RED Hearts post is from Zulay Regalado, 22, in Miami, FL, who is embracing her quirks with Glee 3D:
No need to anxiously TiVo the past two seasons of Glee to enjoy Glee 3D, the movie. All you need is a pair of 3D glasses, tickets ASAP (it’s currently in theaters for a limited time!) and an appreciation for good voices and music. If you feel you might burst into song mid-film, like I did, you might also want to have a friend or relative to keep your theater etiquette in check.
The movie is based on the hit Fox show that showcases the members of McKinley High School’s glee club. These students hail from all levels of the high school food chain, showing us that it‘s okay to co-exist with personalities different from our own (see for yourself in the show's rendition of Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" -- note each character’s clever, personalized insecurity t-shirt!). The movie is an entertaining mix of some of the show’s most notable performances and even features real-life gleeks who proudly share their stories of acceptance with the world.
Both the movie and show deliver the same empowering message -- it's important to embrace your quirks and never be afraid to let people see the real you, embarrassing insecurities and all. See for yourself in the trailer.
After watching this movie, I came to terms with one of myinsecurities: I am an excessive talker. And I will proudly don my “Chatty Kathy” t-shirt as I wait in line for the DVD.
RED Hearts guest poster Zulay Regalado is an author of RED: Teenage girls in America write on what fires up their lives today, which is out in paperback.