In a new interview with People, the actor mentioned his upcoming gig as host of the seventy-fifth annual Tony Awards as well as what life has been like after welcoming his daughter, Bluesy Bell.
“We’re still figuring it out. It’s only Thursday; the show is on Sunday,” he stated of hosting the show with his Julianne Hough, added he “wrote this incredible song and we get perform together.
He stated of balancing his busy schedule with parenthood, “If you want anything done, ask the busiest person in the room.”
“It’s a blessing to get all these things taking place sort of all at once — personal, domestic stuff taking place many of the equal fun, prosperity and pleasure this is present in my expert existence
there’s something that’s very invigorating about that,” Darren continued. “So I’m rockin’ and rollin’.”
“Chaos begets chaos,” the Glee alum added. “And I, for better or worse, tend to thrive on a bit of chaos.”
He went on to share his excitement for getting to be a part of the Tonys and hinted at what fans could expect from the show.
“We’re honoring all the creative folks behind the scenes,” Darren shared. “But it’s now no longer without a bit of razzle-dazzle at the performing side as well.
It is the Tonys, so let’s now no longer neglect about there’s going to be a few sort of performative element.”
The Tony Awards will air live coast-to-coast from the legendary Radio City Music Hall in New York City on June 12 beginning at 8 p.m. ET. It will be broadcast live on both CBS and Paramount+.
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