– You got engaged.
Congratulations. – I did. Yeah. Got a little Jen Meyer
designed ring. – Is it?
That’s fantastic. – Yeah.
– That’s gorgeous. – Thank you.
– Did you pick that out or did he design it? – He designed it.
– He designed it? – With Jen, yeah.
– Wow. – And it just shows like
Johnny, myself, and Coco. – That’s really sweet.
– Yeah. – Jen Meyer is, boy, she was
doing really simple stuff, and now she’s getting
all fancy and stuff. – I know.
– Good for her. – Yeah.
– Um, so congratulations on that and how’s Coco?
– Thank you. Coco’s great. Coco’s very excited
about the wedding. I was going to hire
a wedding planner, but apparently
she wants to do it. – She’s gonna do it?
– Yeah. She’s ten, but she wants to do everything. She wants, oh, there she is.
– Adorable. – She wants to be the
maid of honor, which I think’s weird, but she
wants to be the flower girl, all the bridesmaids,
she just wants– she’s very excited about it. – Is she still into
dressing up? – Yes. Oh, you know, she just
sang at David’s wedding, ’cause David got married
last week, and she sang two songs. She’s just so–she’s loving
this wedding stuff. Um, oh, yeah, this is Coco. Um, she’s going to be Elphaba
in the play “Wicked.” – At the school–at her school?
– Yeah. Yeah. She’s a really good singer.
– Really? – Yeah. I don’t know where she
got it, but… – That’s amazing.
– Yeah. – Has she always been
a good singer? Is this new? – It’s kind of new.
I mean, well– – She used to do karaoke,
I think, right? – Yeah, she did karaoke,
and she takes singing lessons, which she got the lead
in this play, and, like I said,
she sang two songs, She sang “I Will Always Love
You” at David’s wedding. That’s a hard song.
– Fantastic. That’s great.