Right There! Lyrics Elle: There! Look at that tan, that tinted skin.
Right there! Look at that tanned, well tended skin Look at the killer shape he's in. Look at that slightly stubbly chin Oh please, he's gay, totally gay I'm not about to celebrate Every trait could indicate The totally straight expatriate This guy's not gay, I say not gay That is the elephant in the room Well is it relevant to assume That a man who wears perfume Is automatically, radically fae?
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Growing up in a traditional European setting, where universities are pretty much all focused around one major, I did not quite understand the point of the liberal arts at first. It took three different majors, three years of convincing my parents that one can indeed study performance and politics at the same time AND still get a joband taking part in a musical yes! A pre-med enthusiast at first who then found a true passion in performing arts and writing, I learned from Elle Woods, the lead character of Legally Blonde, that being true to yourself in fact never goes out of style.
The girls send Elle off to dinner with Warner, where he tells Elle that he needs someone more serious "Serious" and breaks up with her. She decides to chase Warner to Harvard Law School to show him that she can be serious. In place of writing a personal essay, Elle bursts into the Harvard admission offices with Margot, Serena, Pilar, a squad of cheerleaders and the entire UCLA marching band to prove that she is Harvard material.
It's hard not to adore Elle Woods. The blonde, bubbly California girl bounced into our hearts in the film Legally Blondeand there she has remained for a whopping 15 years. The story of a woman determined to make her actions speak louder than her looks should resonate with anyone who has felt underestimated — even if the problem wasn't ones all-pink ensembles or platinum hair.
For a movie that appealed so heavily to this preteen gay boy, it sure did traffic in gay stereotypes. Ah yes, the pool boy, Enrique Salvatore Greg Serano. During a recess, an impatient Elle finds herself waiting behind Enrique at the water fountain, tapping her toe in frustration.
Legally Blonde JR. When Elle's boyfriend, Warner, dumps her and heads to Harvard, claiming she's not "serious" enough, Elle takes matters into her own hands, crafting a showy song-and-dance personal essay and charming her way into law school. Befriending classmate, Emmett, and spunky hairdresser, Paulette, along the way, Elle finds that books and looks aren't mutually exclusive.
Gay or A European? On YouTubethe song has gained popularity within the AMV community as fodder for audio-dubbed remixes. The original song, titled "There Right There", originates from the Broadway musical adaptation of the comedy movie Legally Blonde .