hsm + favorite lines
If we were a movie, you’d be the right guy
and I’d be the best friend
that you’d fall in love with
Troy and Ryan and kisses. For fun, I thought I’d go ahead and cover their appearances in all three movies.
Oddly enough, despite being it still being blonde, Ryan’s hair was about the same color as Troy’s in the first film.
Look at this. Zac Efron and Lucas Grabeel knew darned well that Ryan was gay. They knew it.
And, that just makes it clear that, for whatever reason, not only did Zac make the subtext that Troy was sexually confused into text, but he also decided that Troy was going to requite the all-too-obvious feelings that Ryan has for him.
Zac Efron’s Singing In High School Musical
Just to clear things up, Zac Efron actually does sing in the first High School Musical. According to Zac, himself, his voice was still changing at the time, as some nineteen year-old boys’ voices are, and he understandably didn’t want to embarrass himself by singing notes that would cause his voice to crack in front of America.
You can hear a noticeable difference in the overall power and quality of his vocals in the later two movies, due to the fact that he had finished going through puberty by that point.
So, can people stop acting like it’s some kind of earth shattering revelation that Zac Efron “didn’t actually sing in the first High School Musical!!”? Because, he totally did.
The part of “What I’ve Been Looking For” where Sharpay briefly stops singing to admonish Ryan for doing his adorable jazz square, and Ryan maintains professionalism so you get to hear his lovely voice hold out his note solo.