Unfortunately—Christmas miracles aside—you'll have to Google Lawrence's performance if you want to relive the magic because he isn't planning an encore."That was a bucket list, once in a lifetime thing for me," Lawrence tells Your Tango. Believe it or not, my network asks me to take off my shirt plenty, so I don't need to go to Vegas for that."Your Tango: You're a huge fan of ; what hooked you?Joey Lawrence: My wife is a big fan, and I've gotten sucked into it. I love it, and to me, it is one of the funniest shows on television, especially I love it; I love that.Youtube celebrity Joey Diamond is anything and everything but ordinary.He put himself out there as a teenage guy who loves singing and sharing music with the world. Joey wants to be an example to teenagers that its okay to be different. He Took alot of hurt and discrimination from people who never even took the time to get to know him for himself.
But no TV gig compared to his guest spot on the Chippendales stage in Las Vegas in 2012.
But that doesn't mean that it doesn't take a lot of work and constant tinkering and constant compromise as new pressures come and other ones go.
There's really a constant evolution to it, a constant ebb and flow to it, and I think if you go into it knowing you're going to be ever evolving—the relationship today isn't necessarily the relationship you'll be having days from now—then you'd be cool. Kids are brilliant—we have two beautiful, healthy ones—but ... If the foundation is good, the communication is open, it's built on truth and honesty, and really being genuine with each other ...
If you're trying to freeze this moment and hope it never changes, then you're in for a world of disappointment. then I think you've got a recipe for hopefully being happy years and years and years from now.
But certainly it takes a lot of work from both people all the time.