EW already debuted the cast for season two of Oxygen’s reality hit The Glee Project and now we have another great exclusive for fans: the first music video featuring the contestants covering Lady Gaga’s “The Edge of Glory.” Premiering on June 5 at 10pm, The Glee Project pits singer-actor hopefuls against each other with a multi-episode arc on the Fox hit up for grabs. Watch as the 14 contestants make their way through the streets of Los Angeles to the choir room where their Glee dreams could come true… READ FULL STORY »
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'Glee' scoop: Quinn goes missing and Brittany performs a prehistoric-inspired version of Ke$ha's 'Dinosaur' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
Next week’s episode of Glee is titled “Prom-asaurus” and fittingly so, given Brittany’s elaborate dancefloor performance of Ke$ha’s “Dinosaur.” Brit and the dinosaur-masked Cheerios break out some elaborate choreography, and the clip also reveals a nervous Finn (Cory Montieth) looking for an MIA Quinn (Dianna Agron). Where could she be? Watch the exclusive scene below…
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Glee heads to the senior prom in next week’s installment. Naturally, the glee club is in charge of the entertainment for the evening, which allows for the men of New Directions to cover a song from boy band du jour One Direction. Check out their cover of the Brit group’s hit “What Makes You Beautiful” below…
Each year, the month of May brings the promise of warmer weather, the start of big summer movies…and the torturous, agonizing time when we have to bid farewell to our favorite primetime characters. TV addicts that we are, we feel your pain. So to curb the stress, we’ve put together a master list of when your beloved shows will be signing off. Grab your remotes and ready those DVRs as we present this year’s finales: READ FULL STORY »
If you’ve ever wished that you could watch Darren Criss belt out a few tunes on a Fox comedy besides Glee, Sunday is your lucky day. This week on Fox’s The Cleveland Show, Cleveland, Jr. joins the church choir just so he can spend time with a pious choir girl named Vanessa (voiced by returning guest star Fergie), prompting Jewish boy-turned-choir boy Hunter (Criss) to challenge Junior for Vanessa’s affections. But Vanessa may prove to be more of a hot handful than either of them bargained for. Wondering what kind of music the three of them would make together? Wonder no more. You can preview right here. And watch that second video for more snippets of the episode, titled “Jesus Walks,” as well as an interview with the non-animated version of Criss. READ FULL STORY »
As we get closer to the May 22 season finale of Glee, the stakes are getting higher, which is evident in next week’s episode, “Choke.” EW got an early look at the hilarious, but also emotional hour, which finds Rachel (Lea Michele) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) auditioning for NYADA (in the form of guest star Whoopi Goldberg, who does a great, subdued turn). For Gleeks, this episode is a pivotal one since this is what the high schoolers, especially Rachel, have been working towards for the last three years. It does not disappoint. Both actors, especially Michele, deliver stellar performances. I don’t want to give away too much but — SPOILER ALERT — here are a few other teases…
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Ashley Fink was front-and-center during the second season of Glee when her character, Lauren Zizes, began dating Puck (Mark Salling). But this season, after her character bowed out of New Directions and dumped her hot beau in the season premiere, there has been significantly less of the acid-tongued teen. And don’t expect that to change any time soon.
At the premiere of Chris Colfer’s new flick, Struck By Lightning, which the wonder-kid wrote and stars in, Fink told The Insider that her absence from Glee is likely an extended — if not permanent — one. “It is what it is,” Fink said. “Lauren’s somewhere in that school, she’s just not on camera or being talked about. She’s involved in activities that aren’t televised.”
Fox had no comment on Fink’s future at the teen drama.
Fink, however, doesn’t seem to be holding a grudge. “They have so many [characters] to take care of and I think once they made the decision that all these characters were going to graduate, it shifted the way this season was going to go,” she said. “I haven’t heard anything from Ryan, but I visited [while they were filming] prom, so I got to see everybody, which was great.”
Time is wrapping up for the McKinley high seniors on the Fox hit Glee. There’s only a handful of episodes left so fittingly tomorrow night’s episode, “Dance with Somebody,” spends a great deal of time on the core characters preparing for goodbye. The hour also acts as a loving tribute to the recently departed Whitney Houston and has the cast singing solely her hits. EW got its hands on the episode early and—SPOILER ALERT—here are some highlights…
Last month, it was revealed that Lindsay Lohan would appear on Glee, playing herself as a judge of the nationals competition on the May 15 season finale.
Now, the full judging panel is coming into focus, and it’s a doozy: As E! first reported, celebrity gossip blogger Perez Hilton — who rose to fame mocking celebs like Lohan, although the pair have apparently reconciled in recent years — and Entourage star Rex Lee have been tapped to sit alongside the red-haired actress, who recently added a charge of battery to her endless legal woes. The trio are expected to film their scenes together later this week.
Considering their relationship over the years, we’re sure the pairing of Lohan and Hilton will provide plenty of wink-worthy moments. We also hope Lohan will get in digs at Glee guest star Gwyneth Paltrow, who dinged her during an appearance on the show last season.
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Chills. That’s what I got when I watched Mercedes (Amber Riley), Rachel (Lea Michele), Santana (Naya Rivera), and Kurt (Chris Colfer) cover Whitney Houston’s classic “How Will I Know.” From the clip, it’s apparent that Houston’s death has hit close to home for Mercedes, who has turned her locker into a mini-shrine for the departed diva. It’s a somber version of what is typically an upbeat dance song but it certainly fits the tragedy of Houston’s death. Watch below…
Pull out your shiniest bell bottoms and best dance moves, because the Glee cast is headed to the disco.
The series just released two previews for its April 17 episode, Saturday Night Glee-ver, featuring renditions of 1970s classics including the Bee Gees’ “You Should Be Dancing” and The Trammps’ “Disco Inferno.” Watch below and listen to more tracks from the episode here. READ FULL STORY »
'Glee' scoop: Darren Criss talks working with Matt Bomer in tonight's episode and what's in store for the rest of the season
Spring is here, which means high pollen count and the return of Glee. Tonight’s episode, “Big Brother,” is heavy on the Anderson brothers — Blaine (Darren Criss) and Cooper (guest star Matt Bomer). Cooper “comes to town to kind of pester Blaine a little bit and just to remind Blaine how much he sucks at everything,” says Criss. “It’s kind of a fun little window into the home life of the Andersons.” EW talked to Criss about Glee‘s big return, his musical numbers, including Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know,” and what’s next for Blaine.
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