Cory Monteith, Lea Michele, Dean Geyer
What a Glee-lemma!
They sang, they danced (rather, seductively, we might add) and on Thursday's episode of Glee, Rachel (Lea Michele) finally...
Melissa Benoist, Alex Newell, Jenna Ushkowitz
Most of the hype for the new season of Glee has been focused on the show's new setting — New York! — and new students. So when the Fox musical welcomed back a familiar face, namely one of the New Directions' former competitors — to join the glee club in Season 4, fans were shocked. But not as shocked as the actor himself, Glee Project Season 1 finalist Alex Newell.
"I was packing my bags to do a show in a different state," Newell, who plays Wade "Unique" Adams, tells TVGuide.com. "My agent called and said, 'Sweetie, you won't be doing that show.' I was like, 'Oh, OK.' She's like, 'Because you're going to be on Glee.'"
Insert Newell's vibrant scream here....
Sarah Jessica Parker
Glee's Kurt Hummel (Chris Colfer) has always known his way around an accessories closet (see: his "Single Ladies"-esque leotard from Season 1, that Marc Jacobs straight jacket and black top hat combo from Season 2, and lest we forget, that infamous half-sweater). And now that he is living in the Big Apple, Kurt's bold fashion picks are finally helping him get...
Chris Colfer and Sarah Jessica Parker
Sex and the City's Sarah Jessica Parker makes her stylish return to the small screen on the September 27 episode of Glee as Isabelle Wright, the frazzled and...
Chord Overstreet and Jenna Ushkowitz
Glee's Season 4 premiere on Thursday answered many burning questions (Can Cassandra July actually out-dance her wide-eyed ingénues? Yes, she can!), but it also left fans with a set of new ones . When the heck is Finn coming back? Is Tina going to be mean forever? What's next for Klaine after Kurt's teary goodbye? And most importantly, what other celebrity impressions can we expect from Sam next? We got the answers to all those and more...
Few shows experience growing pains more publicly than Fox's Glee, the exuberant and irreverent — and often painfully inconsistent — coming-of-age musical comedy that is in a seemingly constant state of reinvention, often at its own peril. Coming off the most significant upheaval to date, a graduation-day finale that sent a number of its most prominent characters (Rachel, Kurt, Finn, Quinn, Santana, Mercedes, Mike Chang) into the world beyond Lima, Ohio, Glee rebounds in the fourth season with a terrifically entertaining season opener on a new night and time (Thursdays, 9/8c). Glee may never be able to recapture its initial glow and buzz, but if this is an indication of its future, I like where it's heading.
That's the word Glee co-creator and executive producer Ian Brennan uses to describe the summer of 2011 when it was reported that stars Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith would be among the graduating seniors and would not be returning Season 4.
"I was like, 'I can't believe this is such a huge deal,'" Brennan tells TVGuide.com. "We had to do a lot of reassuring to people: Not only are you not going to miss any of the characters you love this season, but we're probably going to follow them when they graduate. It was more of a nuisance than anything...
Chris Colfer and Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica Parker is putting her most fashionable foot forward once again — this time on Glee as Kurt's new mentor, Isabelle.
In this behind-the-scenes photo courtesy of Twitter-happy co-creator Ryan Murphy, fans can get an...
Aylin Bayramoglu, Ali Stroker and Blake Jenner
[Warning: This story reveals the winner of the second season of The Glee Project. Read at your own risk.]
After four contenders were essentially crowned the winner of the first season, The Glee Project stayed true to its word by only choosing one winner this season. So, did Muslim-American Aylin come out on top? Or was it the bubbly Ali? How about the only man left standing, Blake? Before we find out who won the seven-episode guest-starring role on Glee, let's take a look at how the final three got to the end:
Aylin Bayramoglu, Ali Stroker, Blake Jenner
This Tuesday marks the season finale of The Glee Project (10/9c on Oxygen), which means Aylin, Ali and Blake will not only have to bring it for Ryan Murphy and the rest of the judges, but also for final Glee Project mentor, Golden Globe winner Chris Colfer. Luckily, Glee casting director Robert Ulrich has called in some reinforcements.
"To really make sure you have a killer finale homework performance, I've arranged for you to work with some amazing backup vocalists," he tells the final three before the eliminated Season 2 contestants -- including Aylin's former real-life love interest, Charlie -- come strolling through. And Aylin and Charlie don't waste any time giving each other a proper hello.