Todrick Hall (source: AOTY)

April 4 is Todrick Hall’s birthday.

Todrick Hall is an Aries’ Aries. He has his natal sun, Mercury and Venus all in the same sign. What makes this even more remarkable is that those three planets are within a degree of one another in Hall’s horoscope.

I make a lot of fun of Aries natives on this blog because I am as unlike them astrologically as I could be. For that reason, I’m surprised that I like Todrick Hall as much as I do: my natal sun in Capricorn and my Libra ascendant both form squares to the aforementioned Aries stellium.

But liking someone on TV and liking them in real life are two different things. I find that I’m annoyed by most Aries natives because of their lack of discretion. I work very hard to not say the first thing that comes to my mind. People like me and Todrick Hall with plenty of cardinal influences in our charts can be a little too direct.

Without knowing Todrick Hall’s rising sign, however, I can’t really be sure what puts the brakes on his mouth. He seems to be quite well-mannered and even a little discreet. I can imagine that his Aries stellium is “buried” in his chart: either in the seventh house or the twelfth house. In either case, the worst of the Aries influence would be somewhat muted.

Now compare that to someone like Piers Morgan who almost always has the wrong thing to say. Morgan is another celebrity with the sun, Mercury and Venus all sharing the same sign. I have no time of birth at my disposal to figure out the house placements of those planets in Morgan’s chart, but I assume that they are placed somewhere that would allow them to dominate.

Anyway, with almost everyone in the world self-isolating at the moment, maybe one of these celebrities I’ve been speculating about will stumble across this blog and let me know their time of birth. It’s happened before (Ross Mathews himself has reached out to me). I would be thrilled to discover that the assumptions I’ve made about Todrick Hall’s chart are accurate. I get a lot of satisfaction from proving to everyone that I was right all along. At least I’ve got that in common with most Aries natives . . .

1 Comment »

  1. Reblogged this on Star Struck Style and commented:

    When I wrote this post a year ago, I included the line “Now compare that to someone like Piers Morgan who almost always has the wrong thing to say.” How prophetic was that?


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