Tony Sheridan, who fronted the Beatles on their first recording, died Saturday in Hamburg, Germany. He was 72.
McKinley High's resident bully Dave Karofsky says in real life, he's "all for dancing and singing."
"I'd jump on 'Thriller' in a heartbeat," Max Adler, who plays Karofsky, told TVGuide.com Monday morning, right after Glee 's post-Super Bowl episode drew a staggering 26.8 million viewers, making it the most-watched episode of a scripted series in three years. It so happens that Adler was a First Chair All-State show choir member in high school.
Cheers to Paul McCartney for getting back to where he once belonged: comedy.
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Saturday Night Live paired Pauls this weekend: Paul Rudd and Paul McCartney.
Rudd opened the show by joking that troves of fans were screaming for him as he came into the studio. When McCartney stepped out on stage, the star of the upcoming film How Do You Know quickly realized that the overzealous crowd was there for...
It's hard to believe it's been 30 years to the day since John Lennon died.
To mark the anniversary, Rolling Stone released its full-length interview with Lennon conducted three days before his death. Excerpts from the nine-hour interview with writer Jonathan Cott previously ran in a tribute issue, but the tapes sat in Cott's closet for nearly 30 years.
"Earlier this year I was cleaning up to find some files in the recesses of my closet when I came across two cassette tapes marked 'John Lennon, December 5th, 1980,'" Cott says. "It had been 30 years since I listened to them, and when I put them on ...