As fans regularly ask if the two are dating, a fan account compiled clips of their almost kisses from their previous videos.Despite what people hope, they have confirmed they are just good friends, and have been for a long time.Here's a little peak at what you might not know about the band, even if you're already a super fan.It's hard to top Jeff Buckley's version of Leonard Cohen's 1984 classic, but Pentatonix give Buckley a real run for his money.
With fans waiting for Kirstin Maldonado and her fiancé Jeremy Michael Lewis to tie the knot, speculation into the love lives of the other members is rife. In an interview, Grassi spoke about how his influence on fans has impacted their lives, as well as the lives of their loved ones: “They love our music and I’ve gotten people saying, parents especially, ‘You guys helped me accept my gay son, my gay daughter,’ and I think that’s really cool.Sometimes, I'm just like, 'Kev, go with the flow.'" "Avi is very sensitive," Grassi said of Kaplan. he's very careful and meticulous about musical ideas." And as for Hoying? "I did have a vision board my junior year of high school where I put up a collage of pictures of things I wanted to achieve in life," Hoying said."And me holding a Grammy with Beyoncé was one of them."I think Kevin's flaw is that he over-thinks things," said Hoying of Olusola."He is a genius and he just always thinks very hard about things logically. "Sometimes, I'll be so excited about an idea that I will not let the group say it's not OK." Guess what, Pentatonix? Like nearly everyone else of their generation, they hail Queen B."We wanted to be part of it since the first one came out," Maldonado told She Knows in 2014."I feel like it could have been the fans, too," Grassi and Hoying chimed in, "because our fans were, like, really gung ho and petitioning." They may have been the new kids on the block during the filming of , but that doesn't mean they didn't fit right in."There's, like, something comforting about math and chemistry," piped in Hoying. "It was really hard to sing and with what we do, we have to be able to sing it perfectly live...we were just really intimidated by it." But just two months later, the group tackled Swift's The crew has quite an eclectic tour rider and bubbly and some pick-me-ups top their list. "I get to change in a room separate from the boys." That fact may sound like it's a given, but the guys are jealous that she gets her own space.Just because we're a cappella, I don't feel like, well obviously it is different, but we are still making music. we don't want to sell ourselves short, either, because we're all so individually talented." "I loved high school! "There were like 4,000 people at our high school and our choir program and theater was like 500 people and so we might have been nerdy, but we were in a pool of 500, so it was a great community." Making sweet, sweet music is their first love, but they also dig on numbers. 2014, they wouldn't touch "I Knew You Were Trouble" with a 10-foot pole — because they thought it was just too darn hard.I was such a loser, but I had a great time in high school," said Maldonado. "In high school, I really liked chemistry," Maldonado shared. "We were gonna arrange ['I Knew You Were Trouble'], but we couldn't find the right key that worked for any of our voices that we really liked," said Hoying.