Harry Shum Jr. cozies up to his girlfriend Shelby Rabara while attending the L.A. Dance Project’s VIP Reception on Thursday night (February 20) at The Ace Hotel Theater in Los Angeles.
“At the Ace Hotel about to watch the L.A. Dance Project dir by Benjamin Millepied. I can hear the gothic ghost whispering in my ear,” the 31-year-old actor/dancer wrote on his Instagram account.
Harry recently chatted with USA Today about making projects for an online audience.
“YouTube is a different type of audience,” Harry said. Many viewers there “don’t watch TV. I want to connect with the fans, and give them a behind-the-scenes of what I’m doing. We’re in a generation where everything has a two-way communication, so it’s important.”
“ALL The Glee Originals received invites today to be in our 100th episode! More to follow,” creator Ryan Murphy tweeted yesterday and confirmed the four stars are definitely coming back. No word on anyone else yet.
The 100th episode will air on March 18th, and the top 10 fan-selected Glee songs will be remixed and performed by the current members of New Directions as the hour focuses on McKinley High’s latest crop of seniors as they march toward graduation and reminisce about their most memorable moments.
Harry Shum, Jr. poses back to back with Maude Garrett at the DANCE (RED) SAVE LIVES event held at Stereosonic Sydney on Satruday night (November 30) in Sydney, Australia.
(RED) was created to help provide a sustainable flow of money from the private sector to fight AIDS. The organization has raised over $244 million to date through the sale of (RED) products from iconic companies – like Apple and Starbucks – and from (RED) events. And 100% of that money goes to work on the ground.
The event kicks off the World Aids Day weekend and promotes the new album, which is on sale NOW. The record features tracks from Katy Perry, Coldplay, Robin Thicke and more, remixed by worldwide DJs. Grab it on iTunes!
“The #danceRED live stream is basically the best thing ever,” Harry tweeted from the event.