“It was so intense, because we got married in the middle of rehearsals and tapings,” Dorian told Heath Neusblad. “And I wanted to be involved in this. The first time James offered me the format, two years ago, I knew right away: Oh my God, this is going to go on.” For the first time, Dorian joins the lead. “I don’t feel compelled to live in the shadows. Quite the contrary. Sometimes I get more attention than a fellow who is better in our profession, because I am a man.” James agrees. “He thinks he will get more chances. So he is not in the shadows, but in the spotlight.”
James and Dorian tied the knot a few months ago, but initially the couple tried an open relationship first. “That was my idea,” James continues. “Great idea, by the way. I wanted to have fun without a double agenda. But then Dorian was the first to meet another boy and I got jealous. I was quick to suggest: Let’s get into a real relationship, and opt for monogamy. I suggested he start over, but As it should. Dating and getting to know each other better. I invited him to my house. On one condition: that he cook, because if I did, we’d get sick the next day.”
“James the Musical” starting Thursday at 8.35pm on Play4.
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