Lea Michele, Chris Colfer
[Spoiler alert: This story contains major plot points from Thursday's episode of Glee.]
Thursday's very special episode of Glee got fans talking — but not for all the right reasons. While some were touched by the show's moving...
Glee is pulling out all the stops for its last five episodes of the season.
Ryan Murphy tweeted an intriguing picture Tuesday that includes glee club alums Mercedes (Amber Riley) and Mike (Harry Shum Jr.) and a sweet moment between on-and-off couple Kurt and...
It seems like just yesterday that Glee's Finn (Cory Monteith) and Puck (Mark Salling) were rocking to Bruce Springsteen's "Glory Days" and getting their diplomas with the rest of the graduating seniors. But in just a few short months, a whole new crop of New Directions seniors will be turning their tassles.
During a visit to the Fox musical dramedy on Wednesday, executive producer Dante DiLoreto revealed the McKinley High Class of 2013 will include Blaine (Darren Criss), Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz), Artie (Kevin McHale), Brittany (Heather Morris) — for realz this time — and possibly Sam (Chord Overstreet). So does that mean Rachel (Lea Michele) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) should make room in their Brooklyn loft for some new roomies? Not necessarily. "I wouldn't be surprised if [you find] another cast member or a few other cast members ... in New York. That story has yet to reveal itself, but it seems like one of those natural conclusions," DiLoreto said. "Just like we all do in high school, they're going to different places and hopefully those are stories that we can blossom."
The Hunger Games was the true victor of the 2013 People's Choice Awards. The blockbuster took away five trophies, including favorite movie and favorite movie actress for star Jennifer Lawrence's performance.
Katy Perry won three awards at the ceremony for favorite female artist, favorite pop artist and for her "Part of Me" video.
Anne Hathaway and Javier Bardem
Dear Bette Midler, don't hold your breath. The veteran actress revealed over the weekend that she is still waiting on phone call from Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy about the guest-starring role he very publicly offered to her back in October. Although Midler has already thought up a role for herself, as Sue's evil sister, someone might warn to lower Midler's expectations. After all, Murphy has done this a few times before... without making good on his offer. Need proof? We've compiled a list of the five other famous faces also waiting for that fateful call....
This week's top videos run the gamut from the best to the worst — from a tiny, aspiring NFL cheerleader to the most wince-worthy fails of the year. Also among our favorites? The Hanukkah/Montell Jordan parody "This Is How We Jew It," the Glee cast's inability to remember the words to "The First Noel," and the stars and crew of 30 Rock weighing in on how they think the show should bow out. Check out those clips and more below:
Darren Criss and Chris Colfer
Ever since they broke up earlier this season, Glee fans have been dreaming of a Klaine reunion.
But in this sneak peek from Glee's Christmas episode, airing Thursday at 9/8c on Fox, the two former lovebirds are dreaming of a...
Dianna Agron and Naya Rivera
Brace yourself, New York: Santana Lopez is headed your way!
On Tuesday, Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy posted a photo of Santana (Naya Rivera) sititng besides frenemy Quinn (Dianna Agron) with the caption: "New York visitation." It looks like the two are sitting in Rachel (Lea Michele) and Kurt's Brooklyn loft, but why...
[Spoiler alert! This story reveals plot point from Thursday's episode of Glee. If you haven't watched, avert your eyes now!]
Six months ago, it was the rejection no Glee fan saw coming. After killing it for his NYADA audition — in gold lamé pants and all — with his performance "Not the Boy Next Door," Kurt (Chris Colfer) was rejected by the performing arts school of his dreams while...
Timothee Chalamet, Morgan Saylor
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