Is life working on a cruise ship really glamorous as it seems? In this episode, singers Jake Chustz and Julia Nicole join Mark Yuzuik and Yolanda Martinez as they catch up amidst a global disruption. They reminisce about their time together on a cruise ship in South America as part of the cast and the lasting bonds they’ve formed together. Jake and Julia then talk about their cruise ship experience when the COVID issue started and how it has been for them during the quarantine. With all the free time, they talk about a similar experience on a cruise ship and the importance of having an outlet. Tune in and make the best of things even when it’s not the best of times.
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Experiencing The Cruise Ship Life With Jake Chustz And Julia Nicole
We have some amazing talent with us. We are going to put them on because they’re excited to be here. I haven’t seen them in a while. We are going to be talking to some cast members we had on our cruise when we were on there in South America. We have two amazing singers that were on the cruise ship with us. We have Julia and Jake. Jake, where are you?
I’m in Southern California. I am split between my parents’ house and my boyfriend’s house so I’m getting the best of both worlds. We’ve got Orange County by the beach. Inland there’s not much there.
Julia, where are you joining us from?
I’m in Murfreesboro, Tennessee which is where I grew up because all my family is here.
Are you from Tennessee?
What part? We were looking to do some stuff there. We’re going to Knoxville. I was going to fly to Knoxville and we’re going to Tennessee. Do you know a country singer named Ty Herndon?
I don’t think I know him.
We stayed in touch. He’s a great guy. He sang Steam and so many other hits back in the ‘90s. We were going to go by. We have some friends in Nashville and Knoxville. Where are you at between there?
It’s about 40 minutes or so from Nashville so it’s super close.
We have a bunch of friends there. We were supposed to be doing a road trip. We’re going to drive from Vegas to Phoenix, Texas, Florida, West Virginia, and somewhere. We were going to end up in Nashville, Atlanta, South Dakota, Colorado, and back to Vegas.
When we get to Tennessee, our friends have tiger and lion sanctuaries. If you want to visit them after hours where nobody is, they’ve got a white tiger and we got to go in that close.
That is exciting and also terrifying.
Even though they know him, the trainer, they’re so big. When you walk in there, you’re like, “Hurry up. Take the picture so I can run out.”
We used to walk that tiger and that tiger is only six months old. It was still a baby. There’s a lion and I got to walk the lion. I would mess around with this lion and it was only a few months old. Within six months, I would get down and scare them and the trainer goes, “They’re going to come after you if you do that.” I’m like, “I don’t think I want to do that anymore.”
You’re over there acting like you’re hunting.
I quit hunting with the tiger.
It’s not the right game to play.
When you come out there, if you want to go we’ll take you over there.
You’ll definitely let me know when you guys are going to be here.
That would be fun.
This is Jake from farmers.
You watch that commercial all the time and you can’t say it right.
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I came across those pictures and I was like, “That was so much fun.” Jake, the last time we saw you were at the OC Fair with your family.
I was with everybody and we looked forward to it. We were looking forward to it in 2020.
They canceled all of our stuff for 2020.
We don’t have work until 2021.
What do you think? How is the retirement working out?
If you want to come to Vegas and visit, we’ll be home. We’re usually not home but we’re home now. Jake, you’ve been in school.
Let’s tell him how we met, first of all, because this is cool. It took us six months.
We had an awesome cast. We always talk about you guys. I saw the cast pictures too, from you guys and I was like, “That was such a fun cast.”
We did a tour in South America for six months. They asked us to do that because Yolanda is Spanish, speaks Spanish, and all that stuff. It wasn’t a great tour for us, show wise, but the crew was so cool. You two are from the crew there and we got to know you.
We don’t call them crew. They’re casts.
We were the crew and they were cast. Cast and Crew, that’s a great name for a steakhouse, The Cast and Crew.
Who was the oldest in the group from you guys?
Are you the youngest, Jake?
Jacklyn was. I was the second youngest.
She was eighteen.
When you talk about talent entertainment, you guys have it nailed down. The talent you have in your age and the way you guys came together was mind-blowing amazing. We go to every single show. We love what you guys did and became friends. It’s almost like we got this little family off the ship. We’re going to go hang out with Jake in California and go tiger riding with Julia in Tennessee.
They were our kids on the cruise ship because they were all so young.
That makes us sound old.
You became our kids because every time we got off the cruise ship, we would always look out to see where you guys were.
Where was that port where we overnighted in?
Was that Puerto Madryn?
Whose birthday was it? Was it Gaga’s birthday?
It was Gaga’s birthday and you guys were all at that bar.
Yes, on the beach.
You invited us to come and we showed up later in the night.
Do you remember it? You won’t remember it.
It was outdoors.
It became a game for us older people called Never Have I Ever.
Who was the guy from London I use to hang out with?
No, not the photographer. He was with you guys who’s one of the dancers. He used to wear a little bun on the top of his head.
He wasn’t from London. He was from Amsterdam.
It’s Josh. He’s a dancer.
I remember, he was so drunk and he was saying stuff in Spanish. I’m listening to him and I’m like, “Josh, can you repeat that again?” He said it again and I’m like, “You know what you’re saying, right?” He was like, “Yes. I’m saying this, this and this.” I’m like, “No. Number one, who taught you that? Number two, don’t ever say it again. If I hear you say it again, I’m going to smack you on the side of the head.” He was like, “Oh, my god.” I’m like, “Do not repeat it again.”
I can’t believe you even remember that because I barely remember that.
Jake, how can you remember that? It was Josh who was like, “Let’s play a game.” We’re like, “Okay. Whatever.” He’s like, “Never Have I Ever.” I’m like, “I’ve never played that game but we’ll participate.” We learned some things from everyone. I’m like, “I did not need to know that but thank you much for sharing. I’m happy that you felt the need to share that.”
That was one of the surprise overnights. We had a couple on that contract where we weren’t supposed to leave and have a medical emergency and have to come back or something. It would be like, “Surprise.” The same thing happened in Ushuaia once.
We went out to the bars there and we were trying to be cool coming back.
I lost my credit card on the way back. I was trying to secure it and it was not good. It was great, but not good memories.
That’s how we met you two and we got to know you guys. What I loved about the cast was that you guys always did things. Even though sometimes you could tell when there was a little bit of tension between you guys but you never let the cruisers let it be known. You kept that professional and that’s why everybody was drawn to you guys. Even the cruisers were talking about you. How good you guys were when you performed on stage, how you were together, the unity and everything. That was always fun and cool to see.
The ship, at least for me, was much like a high school atmosphere. It’s the same people you see every day. There’s not much to do when we’re offstage so it was easy to get into little things that in the grand scheme of things didn’t mean much or matter. You’re right. At the end of the day, we did come to do a job and we also don’t see it as a job. We loved it so when we were on stage, we poured our hearts into it.
You can tell that when guys are on stage that you loved what you did.
You look so tan. Have you been to the pool or what?
Our neighbor has a pool and we’ve been going out there with my nieces tanning and stuff. I’m trying to not get too many tan lines but it’s fine.
My parents are in the process of building a pool. They’re early planning, meeting with people and stuff because they haven’t had a pool their entire lives and they want to enjoy it especially for retirement so they’re going to build a pool. I’m by the beach so it’s easy to go to but it’s only active use so you have to be walking around or doing something. It’s wild to see so many people back out already and it makes me nervous.
You started phase one or whatever.
In LA County, it’s a lot stricter because there are a lot more cases where my parents are living. LA County is so huge because it’s LA and also 30 miles east, but only 30 minutes away is Orange County, and they’re a little bit lax. They’re in phase two. I saw a clip on Twitter of these people at a meeting protesting wearing masks in Orange County, which I still think we don’t know enough yet. I get the argument but it’s as a precaution until we get more information we should. I get that people are angry and they want to go back to normal and it’s hard to switch.
Who would have thought that this was going in 2020? I was saying to my friends and the thing everyone was probably saying, I know I was, “2020. I’m going to have a perfect 2020 vision. It’s going to be a great year,” and all this stuff happens and you’re like, “I didn’t see any of this coming.”
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It’s much needed, as much as people didn’t realize, a chance to be like, “I do have way too much going on in my life and I needed a break.” It was a forced break. Stop, take a minute and be with your family. Be with yourself and take some time, breathe, and don’t do anything. It’s okay to do nothing. I had to learn and I’m sure everyone else had to learn to be okay. Some days not doing anything if that’s what your body needs then chill.
It’s hard for Americans especially because everyone’s going and moving all the time. There has to be something that’s being done. It’s the same with me. It’s been nice to spend time with family and enjoying each other’s company. I was living in New York for almost a year and I came back in 2019 so it was nice to make up a lot of that time in a different way.
Are you at your parents’ or your boyfriend’s house?
I’m at my boyfriend’s. It’s new. It’s a new relationship. It started at the beginning of this in March of 2020. It felt right and we continued. I would go over there on the weekends because he lives alone so he wasn’t exposing himself to anyone else. I felt okay going back and forth and in one week, he was like, “Do you want to stay a week?” I’m like, “Sure, I’ll try it out.” All my classes are online so it was easy to transition. I’ve been here every day, and we go to my parents for the weekend. I’m trying not to rush anything, but it feels like it’s supposed to.
Enjoy and let it be that. Sometimes when we put labels on it, it’s hard not to overthink it or want to rush it and stuff but it’s like what you said, if it’s good and it feels right, let it be that. I’m happy for you.
I’m happy for you. What’s going on? You look great.
Not much. I started a replacement contract on one of the new ships when all this stuff happened. I had been there for three weeks maybe including the time that we have to learn the material. I was in the middle of a contract when all of this started. We made it to California. We were in San Diego. We got there and let the passengers off. We were supposed to start another cruise in two days. We had a little press cruise because it was a new ship and they were supposed to start the new cruise and they were like, “We’re kidding. We’re canceling this two-day cruise and we’ll start with the seven days.” They canceled it all and we weren’t allowed off the ship. We stayed on the ship and quarantined and no one was allowed on either. Luckily, we had all the supplies because they had restocked for the new cruise.
At first, it was a big party with all the crew and no guests wow. We were eating in the guest areas and they made the crew bar one of the guest lounges so it was nice. Especially for the people who don’t have those guest privileges to get in your guest area and stuff. It was okay and they started to lessen things and they took away that area. It was like, “We have to stay down below and start kicking up the procedures and stuff.” They finally were able to get us off. We were in quarantine for 2.5 weeks with no guests on the ship. They finally got all the casts off.
You got off the cruise and went home?
We were on the road when all of this started happening. We were in Florida. We kept hearing it on the news and we’re flying home. We get here and you have to be quarantined. Nobody is to leave the house and I’m like, “What the heck?” Being on the road we didn’t keep stuff, especially food unless it’s in the freezer stocked up. We had to go out and look for stuff. I was like, “We’re only going to get what we need. We don’t need to exaggerate. We don’t need to be these crazy people beating each other up for toilet paper. We need to get what we need.” He’s over here going, “No, we need to get this and this.” I’m like, “We don’t eat any of that. Why are you buying it?” Everybody reacted differently and I was like, “No, I need to get what I need and that’s it. I don’t need to panic and I don’t need to beat anybody up for anything because it will come back around. If I need it, it will be there in a few weeks.” Jake, where were you when all this was going on?
I was here in California. It all happened fast. In LA County it was cracked down a lot more because there were so many cases and also because LA county is so big. I remember one day when I was on the way coming here, my mom texted me and she was like, “You should come back. They put out this alert that we should all stay in.” I understand the gist LA county would think but they were being overcautious because many people were still lax at the beginning. They think of as much of a big deal.
You’ve been going to school. What are you studying?
Since quarantine started, I’ve been taking some web development classes. How to build websites and design websites. On the other track of it, I am also slowly pursuing a business degree. I took two General Ed classes that I needed as well. I’m taking astronomy and public speaking. I’m slowly working on music as well. I’ve been writing and trying to find some beats that I like and trying to foster that because that’s what I want to do in the long run. I also know my foresight is figuring out a way for me to make money so I can make music because it’s expensive to do it alone.
I was going to say, “You better not stop singing, mister,” because you have an awesome voice.
Julia has a beautiful voice too. Let’s be real.
If you ever go to New York the Broadway play Chicago, Julia was the lead singer. She’s phenomenal. She brought the house down.
Have you seen it? You haven’t seen the show but you’re over here saying it’s phenomenal.
Are you dating anyone, Julia?
I am. I have a boyfriend. He’s from England.
Are you going to move to England?
I don’t know. We’ll see. Maybe one day.
How long have you been dating?
We did not meet on a cruise ship, surprisingly enough but my boyfriend is best friends with Jillian’s husband, Tom. I went to visit Jillian in England. I stayed with Jillian and Tom and I met Dave, a few years ago. We met at the Rugby Club. That’s how Tom and Dave know each other and we stayed in touch, but we didn’t date because he was seeing other people and I was going on cruise ships or whatever. Our lives hadn’t lined up. On a past contract, we started messaging again and talking. He showed up and made the effort. He came to see me in any port he could. He flew to Venice. He was in South Hampton every week or wherever I was. He’s been wonderful. I’m flying to see him.
Did they open up?
They’ve opened up on their end and Tennessee is in phase two where I am. I’m technically allowed to fly but I’m supposed to quarantine for two weeks when I get there and when I come back I’ll have to quarantine again for two weeks. Minus the two weeks, we’ll have a good chunk of time to spend.
We’re looking forward to meeting him one day and being at the wedding. Are you guys getting married?
Mark is like, “You started dating” to “When are you getting married?” They started dating. Give it some time. They’ve known each other but they haven’t been together for a few years. You hear other things.
Yolanda and I don’t waste any time. At our age, we’ve got to hook it up and hitch it up right away.
Where was your favorite place? Jake, I know you only did that one contract. You only did South America and that was it for you. That was like, “I’m done with cruising.” You’re like me.
I also was in a different place. I thought that I was everything and more and I was still a kid. On one end, I saw Julia and all the people that have done contracts since they were young and I saw how alluring that was because it’s stable money, you’re doing something that you love. You’re only doing that, especially as singers. I saw how intoxicating that was and I could see myself on one path doing that for a long time and continually doing contracts. I also saw all the downsides, especially with that. With that ship, it was in the sun. It was a lot for me but it was the choice to come home and not do another one. It was hard for me to be away from my family for so long.
You have a great family. We’ve met them several times. We get that.
It’s not as glamorous as people think because when we say, “We’re going on a cruise ship,” people are like, “How cool is that?” I’m like, “You have no clue.” When we came back from that six-month cruise, I was like, “I am never going on another ship again.”
We haven’t been on one that we paid for.
He got a call two weeks later and he’s like, “We have a cruise for you from Florida to Barcelona.” I’m like, “Have a nice trip because I’m not going with you. I’m not going on another trip.”
I had to find somebody else. It was easy to find a friend of mine. Chad and I went and what a blast we had.
He took somebody else to be his assistant. I refuse to get on a ship again. I was like, “No.”
I was telling my dad about it. Don’t get me wrong I love it. I’ve been doing it for a long time but it’s not as glamorous everyone thinks. I always say when people are going to try it out, they’re like, “Should I do a cruise? Should I work on a cruise?” I’m like, “It’s not for everybody. Try it and if you hate it, you can leave. You’re not confined. You can always leave or if you love it, you can do more. It’s always going to be there. You can do it again.” That’s what I always say. Even in my many contracts, it always has ups and downs and you question it and you’re like, “Okay.” You’ve got to take a break for your sanity.
That’s a good thing that you do have that choice of not accepting every single contract that comes up. You have that choice of being able to say, “I can take that next. I want to take two weeks off and I’ll get another contract.”
Even here. They even said to me, “You could take a year,” but they offered me a beautiful itinerary and I go.
You’re always headlining the show. That’s the difference. When you’re a headliner versus somebody who has to work six days a week in the lounge and all that, there’s a big difference. You guys are all headlines.
You always have to do other things outside of the show.
The singers didn’t. The dancers have other duties and the singers, we had our cabaret. Because our cruises were so long at certain points, we got bored. We were like, “Let’s put together a second cabaret.” We had our Broadway cabaret and we made a pop cabaret because we had so much time and we wanted to create and perform more. Luckily, we had that time to do that. On long sea days, sometimes you don’t have anything to do, which you feel bad complaining about. If you don’t find a way to a creative outlet or something to do, you can let yourself go stir crazy.
We enjoyed hanging out with you guys. You’re the only crew members that we stay in touch with. All the crews we’ve done for our whole careers, it’s the people on that cruise that we stay in touch with.
We had a special thing.
It’s because we had so much fun even though we were there for work.
Every holiday we spent together.
We had no choice. At some point, we would run into each other on Christmas Day so we did. That’s the thing. You have to make the best of things even when it’s not the best of times. If you sat around and did nothing, for this whole time that we’ve been quarantined, if you have a sea day and you would go stir crazy. You have to have other outlets to let your creativity still show, be productive, and do things. That’s key in any situation. You always have to stay aware of the fact that, “This is what’s happening but I’m going to make it better because I have X, Y, and Z to do.
To what Jake said before, it’s like high school, everybody knows everybody’s business. You only have that group of people. It’s different from land jobs where you have your coworkers and your friends at work and you go and have your friends separate from work. You can vent about work to other people that don’t work with you, whereas the people that you work with are the people that you vent to, and it’s everybody. There’s no getting away from it if there is.
It’s the same circle of friends. That’s why it becomes the whole high school thing because you don’t have that separation of saying, “I’m going home now. I get to see my friends outside of work.” You guys also developed some awesome friendships.If you don't find a way to a creative outlet or something to do, you can let yourself go stir crazy. Click To Tweet
That’s why you get so close and because holidays are always together, you see everybody every day. I feel like a week is still a week but because you’re always together, even six months feels like you’ve known someone for years. You can make long-lasting relationships.
I feel that heavily especially at the time because I needed people and I was still so young. Even the day that I accepted the offer, I was going to do an American Idol audition. Yolanda knows my view of reality shows that I don’t love. The Voice is better but at the time I had rejected American Idol because I was like, “I’m going to be on a cruise. It’s going to change my life.” I did need people and Spikey and I connected almost immediately and us too, especially being in the queer community, we both bonded quickly. I got close to Sam and Uline. Those are people that I still talk to and I did end up visiting Jillian as well when I was in England a couple of years ago in town.
It was such a nice change to experience people outside of the ship life. You’re almost afraid that this friendship won’t work in a different atmosphere because you’re used to it and you’re used to complaining with each other about little things that don’t even matter. At the time, it’s a big deal. It’s impacting your life. Whenever I look back on this time, I get choked up and emotional about because it was such a special time and it’s something that I want to capture and remember fondly instead of remembering all the things that I didn’t like at the time. Now, I always think about those friendships and still trying to connect with everyone. Julia too, I want to say thank you for being such a great leader on board because I had no idea what to expect and it was cutthroat on land.
At the studios, it was scary and Julia took a lot of that energy and turned it around for us. It’s like, “Here’s this and this we need to work on.” You already had some experience in this world. It made all the new people feel supported. There are always disagreements, it’s not a big deal. There were more disagreements on the dance side, but our team of vocalists at least were receptive to your feedback. It takes a lot for you to be on board in a leadership role. You have to be self-motivated to go through all the shows, to take notes, to give that back. If there is a disagreement, you’re still having to work with that person. You are a great person and a great personality to do something like that. Everything that I remember about you was positive and wonderful. I want to thank you.
Thanks, Jake. That’s sweet.
That is true. You grew so much from having that experience away from your family, away from your siblings, and having to deal with people that are older than you, Jake, and had more experience in the cruising lifestyle. You still were open to the idea of having someone give you advice or give you critiques on what you can improve on and what you could fix so you could change. That’s why I always tell people to go and travel for a year. Go and travel and experience being around other people because you do grow from that.
We saw from when you first started and when we left. It was a big difference in who you became on that cruise. It’s for everybody though. You always grow from the experience. You want to think of the good times and not think of the stuff that you didn’t like because all that stuff at the end of the day didn’t matter. That’s one quality of you, Julia, that I saw in you. You always had a smile on your face. It didn’t matter what time of the day it was, whether we had to go and do the check-in for safety, which we all loved.
Usually, it’s 7:00 AM.
It was your upbeat personality that kept everybody going even when things were not the best. That’s something that we should be proud of because not everybody has that quality. There are people that get up cranky and go to bed cranky. They’re cranky in the middle of the day and you’re like, “What is wrong with you? Do you not ever have a happy moment in your life?”
That’s the biggest thing. It’s like what Jake said, it’s scary being young, being away from your family and stuff. It is not that it was easy for me but it’s easier as you go because I’ve been there and that’s why I still have so much to learn every day, especially in this business. You can always learn more, but that’s why I was more protective and wanted to take everybody under my wing because I’d been there and I know how it feels to have your first Christmas away from home. I love Christmas and holidays in general but I also knew I need to put in the extra effort because it’s hard for others. This is their first Christmas away from home. Some people have always been away for Christmas.
Another reason I do it is to make it special for other people because I know it can be hard. I know that you get homesick or you have those times when you feel you can’t get away from any of it and try and put a smile on people’s faces or bring that extra for people. It makes me happy, and it hopefully makes someone else happy too because I enjoy it. That was a special group too because we had enough new energy to people that were so eager and wanting to do it and to keep the people who had done it, the more seasoned people who had done a few contracts, to keep them from getting grumpy or jaded.
We had that new energy to balance out. There was a good balance and at the end of the day, we could get on stage which is your therapy. If you have a crappy day or if you’re going through something, you can put that energy into your performance and make it even better and leave it all out on the stage. At the end of the day, we had that and that’s what we could share together. That was an unspoken mutual little bond that we had. I know that you’re going through something or I know we’re fighting but we’re going to leave it out on the stage. You don’t have to bring it out there. That was our safe space.
Even if we were going out to do The Look of Love, which is my least favorite but Julia was the lead, and every time that song pops into my head, anyone who had a heart, I can only hear you singing it.
We were one of the last casts to do that version as well because they’ve changed it since then. It’s much more of a review with less of a story. It’s more about the songs and stuff. We had so much fun. It was not a good show.
I had fun when I helped you guys dress backstage. You guys didn’t have anybody helping you. Remember me and Elvy were back there. The bad thing is, with Elvy is because she would laugh and it’s like, “You can’t laugh back here because we’re going to kick out front.”
It was a fun improv show compared to the others that were choreographed, especially the people that have done theater, have a good time, improvise and become those characters for the 40 minutes that it was.
We were able to have a lot of little us moments too, things that the audience wouldn’t know. There was this one moment when Uline had to sing The Look of Love and we all had to be frozen. I remember us trying not to laugh at certain shows because you would freeze in a certain position and you’re like, “Don’t mess her up.” It was fun.
That was me and Sam in What the World Means Now. Those background vocals are meant to be sung with soul. I was giving it to you. We are cracking up. All of my voice cracks that somebody compiled together from the videos. My voice, she acts up sometimes. Not to mention when I had a viral infection, which was first diagnosed as a bacterial infection and I had to go on land to a Spanish doctor who couldn’t speak much English, but he prescribed me medicine anyway. I remember one night vividly. This is a random tangent, but I went to Julia’s room and I was like, “Listen to this voice memo. My vocal cords are shooting out two notes at once. I don’t know how this is happening.” I was freaked out. It was around our birthdays.
Fast forward two years later, I had strep three times in the same year and ended up having to get my tonsils removed. I believe that I had strep on the ship and that was the first time that I had it, but no one diagnosed it properly and for some reason, it was affecting my vocal cords. My doctor said that my tonsils were so huge that they were backing up the back of my throat. I hope that was the cause of most of my vocal issues.
Between that and the stuffy ship air and allergies. It’s hard. It’s taken me several contracts to figure out what I need. I need this to lubricate my voice, I have to have my steamer, I have to have this and this. There are many things and that’s taken me a while to figure out.
You’ve had these things because they’re hard to find if you don’t, especially in South America. It’s difficult to find little things. It’s summer in South America and I’m like, “No it’s not. It’s winter in South America,” and you can’t find winter clothes. We brought summer clothes because everybody kept saying it’s summer.
That was our first week on board. We walked out and the pool was covered in snow. We were in Argentina and I was like, “I brought swimsuits and sundresses so this is not going to work.”
I got sick.
Everybody brought swimsuits, sundresses, and shorts. I am happy that I got to see you guys. I appreciate you guys taking time out of your day to hang out with me. We’ll have to do this again.
Thank you for having us.
Jake, when we’re in California, we’re going to come to visit.
Please let me know. I’m supposed to be coming to Nashville. I want to take a trip. I’ve been wanting to take a trip for a while so whenever I do, I’d love to see you, Julia.
If I’m not here, whenever you’re in New York.
When we come on a road trip, we will let you know. It was fun and I’m happy you guys are doing well. Much success, Jake, with your school and Julia, in all your adventures. You’re not cruising but keep singing and keep dancing. You guys are awesome.
Thank you so much.
It’s good to see you.
Thank you for joining us and reading in with Jake and Julia. I appreciate them taking time out of their day to come and hang out with us and tell you a little bit about the cruise life. I know we talk about it a lot, but we had a good cast and a good group of people that we worked with when we were in South America so we want to share it with you guys. When we come to Orange County or San Diego, we will keep everybody posted. I know Mark is dying to do shows because we miss it. We would be in San Diego. When we do a show or we plan a show, we will keep you guys posted. We will see you next time.
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