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Darrell

I agree with your comments of Hugh hopping. He also hopped onto Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight Show" a few weeks ago, without explanation.
I too enjoyed the "Music Man" rap.
I think the selection from "A Gentleman's Guide..." is a lot of fun. I really enjoyed seeing it "live!" However, both times I saw it on TV (Sunday and "The Today Show" several weeks ago), the camera work destroyed the full action/reaction energy of this humorous performance. It may have benefited from sort of use of split-screen. Also, I'm usually disappointed when any category has two nominees, as "Gentleman's" did. They unfairly divide the votes between them. A better process should be considered.
Re: "Wicked:" It is still alive and well of Broadway; "Avenue Q," not so much.
At least "The Last Ship" is scheduled for Broadway. "Neverland" isn't; at least not yet. Although not a fan, even the Tupac show would have made more sense; or with Clint Eastwood present, even a one hand washes the other live performance from "Jersey Boys" could have worked.
I thought that James I..., the "Aladdin" Genie did a great job, both in performance and acceptance; even in the audience and backstage. He was thoroughly enjoying the evening and his moments.

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