I find that once you start helping others, it makes you feel better about yourself. It helps you figure out what you want to do with your own life.
It doesn't matter what color, sex, religion, age, sexual orientation, etc., everyone should have the same freedoms and liberties.
At some point in our lives there's something about every one of us that makes us feel like an outsider, I believe.
I was a very gawky-looking teenager, so I was not cute.
I'm still Christian. I was not raised in a Christian church to hate people. I was taught to love people and accept people. I know what I believe.
Somebody might get criticized for doing some movie that totally sucks, then turn around and be incredible. Every actor goes through that, not just musicians who act.
In my older age, I've learned to take things slower, because I used to be that total-fall-in-love-after-a-day guy.
I've always dreamed of having a large family.
Eventually everyone will have the opportunity to travel onto space.
I think everyone dreams of that nice romantic wedding.
I can't bear looking in the mirror - I guess that's why my hair looks like this.
I'm more liberated and happy than I've been my whole life. I'm just happy.
I'm at peace with my family, my friends, myself and God so there's really nothing else that I worry about.
I've always been interested in making movies.
We joke about it in the entertainment industry: Every actor wants to be a musician, and every musician wants to be an actor.
I’m such a relationship guy. I really am.
In Mississippi, you don’t admit that you’re gay. It’s just an awkward thing down South, which is sad.
I love cooking. It's one of my favorite things to do. To share my parents' recipes that I grew up with is just something very special to me.
I'm a serial dater. When I see someone I like, we go on multiple dates.
People do stupid things in the heat of the moment. I've been in Vegas where I've gotten married for, like, five minutes.
For once I want to have a relationship outside the public eye.
I just think with acting, there's not a time limit on it.
I actually didn't get to go to my prom. I left high school when I was 16 to join 'NSYNC. I felt that was something I always missed out on, and all my friends got to go and would tell me about it.
I am fortunate enough with my career that I can speak out to the masses and hopefully be a part of initiating change.
I was always the Southern gentleman.
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