Here we are:
After a great night’s sleep, got up and hit Starbucks. I know, I know… that sounds like every other day in my life, but today I got my venti in NYC. Then we got all dressed in our Geoffrey Chapman red and whites and headed to the Hilton. We found the other 21 members of our party and waited to get our badges and schedules.
Here we are getting organized and then our group photo:
Here are the boys getting ready for action. Frankie, Justin and Nick.
Group photo by Letterman.
We attended an acting workshop with TJ Stein from LA and then a performing Master Class with Henry Ravelo from NY. Both were really great at getting Milo into the groove. Henry sure made Milo get his dancing shoes on with some fun choreo.
There must be over 2000 models and actors here. The orientation was wild. Over the top is the order of the day here. There must be 10,000 miles of long legs on display and enough spike heels to build a railway to Alaska.
We were so pumped to see that Milo made it through to the preliminary singing competition. He kept everyone around him amused waiting for his turn. For him, nerves lead to endless chatting. It’s a good thing people like to be around him. Milo was very confident coming out of his closed set session. All of our fingers are crossed.
So much to see and do. Tomorrow holds endless new opportunities.