Are you excited for season 3, or are you boycotting in the hopes that Chord will suddenly change his mind?
The season premiere of Glee is less than a month away, and FOX has given us our first look at the sure-to-be hot new year at McKinley High. While we’re glad to see Rachel (Lea Michele), Finn (Cory Monteith) and the rest of our favorite gleeks up to their old tricks, we still feel there’s one very important glee club member missing from this promo: Chord Overstreet as Sam!
The May 17 episode of ‘Glee’ had some amazing performances — and made us even more anxious for the Nationals in NYC next week!
Will Schuester initially suggested entering the National Glee competition in NYC with one group number and one duet, but of course there was some disagreement about who the featured singers would be.
Prepare to be blown away by Sunshine Corazon’s performance of ‘All By Myself!’ Will YOU be watching?
Chasters, your wait is finally over! Sunshine Corazon has been sorely missed from Glee ever since she appeared — and quickly disappeared — in the hallowed halls of McKinley High this past fall. But now she’s back, and Charice told HollywoodLife.com we can expect more tension between her character and Lea Michele‘s Rachel. “I’ve been reading comments on my Twitter, and I’m really happy to know the fans are excited,” she told us in a phone call April 18. “Ryan [Murphy] has made the fans wait, but in a good way.”
The November 23 episode of ‘Glee’ pulled out all the stops — Nazi-hunting Carol Burnett, singing, dancing & two marriages and let us not forget the drama of Kurt leaving McKinley High!
Tonight’s episode of Glee, “Furt,” was all about change — the things that we are often most scared of were addressed with bullying, family issues and marriage. Of course, this was also the episode featuring the iconic Carol Burnett, which granted the average Glee watcher has no clue of her legend, but thankfully she proved she’ll make a new legend as Sue Sylvester’s (Jane Lynch) no nonsense mother Doris Sylvester. But that’s not even the half of it.
Jane Lynch is heading down the aisle again… but will she wear a track suit this time?
Glee star Jane Lynch, 50, took the plunge this summer and married her partner Dr. Lara Embry. Now Sue Sylvester — the cheer coach everyone loves to hate — is about to do the same! Jane tells Us Weekly that Sue WILL be walking down the aisle this season, but is remaining tight-lipped about her spouse-to-be. “I can’t say who [I’m marrying]!” Jane said. “But you may know who it is! I’m really excited about the wedding. We shot it already and it was so much fun!”
Jane thinks it’s a horrible idea for kids to “sext” while at school and we agree! BFFs — how embarrassing would it be if you got caught in the middle of this heinous act?
You better watch out — Glee‘s Jane Lynch, who plays cheer coach Sue Sylvester, is the newest member of the cell phone police and she’s out to get you! “Don’t get dirty with the QWERTY, kids,” Jane warns in an interview with Prevention magazine. “Sexting is a major no-no that can have damaging and long-term effects!”
Glee returned to FOX last night in a BIG way! It beat out every other hit series it was up against!
If there’s any doubt in your mind that Glee is the hottest new show on TV, just take a look at last night’s ratings! In its first half hour (9:30 to 10 p.m. ET), Glee drew in a ridiculous 14.44 million viewers, blowing ABC’s Lost out of the sky (it had just 9.32 million). Read more
The Golden Globe-nominated comedian grew up scarfing down Hostess treats every week … and still can’t say no when tempted.
Jane Lynch might play the world’s toughest cheer-leading coach on “Glee,” but in real life, the funny lady will always hold a soft spot in her heart for her favorite childhood treats — Hostess Cup Cakes! Nominated for best supporting actress, Jane, 49, was a guest Jan. 15 at Access Hollywood’s Golden Globe gifting suite. Even though she was given everything from a FlipCam to free AMC movie tickets for a year, the laid-back actress couldn’t hold back her excitement for the inexpensive, 170-calorie sugary delights. Read more
Who knew that playing a rough and tough character could be beneficial for your mental health?
While most people associate therapy with spending endless hours on a therapist’s couch, Jane Lynch isn’t one of them. No, her idea of self-counseling is putting on a track suit and playing hard-assed cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester on Glee.
“I always say when I put on that track suit I have a license to say anything I want,” she told reporters during a conference call Jan. 7, referencing her character’s signature style. “I think it’s probably very good therapy because I’m a much nicer person at home because I get it all out at work.”
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