Glee just got 10 times more fabulous: The legendary Bette Midler has agreed to appear on the hit Fox musical.
On Monday night, creator Ryan Murphy asked Midler to guest-star on Glee onstage at the God's Love We Deliver Golden Heart Awards ceremony.
American Idol's Jessica Sanchez is officially heading to Glee, TVLine reports.
After rumors first linked the pint-sized vocal powerhouse to the...
Big Bird and Seth Myers
Saturday Night Live welcomed Daniel Craig as host, but even James Bond was no match for the week's biggest star: Big Bird! The Sesame Street mainstay appeared on "Weekend Update" to discuss being mentioned by Governor Mitt Romney during last week's presidential debate. "It's so weird to think about that just a few days ago, I could just blend in like every other perfectly normal 8-foot talking bird." Watch the clip below...
"The best episode we have ever done." That's what Glee co-creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy is calling Thursday's episode of the musical comedy (9/8c on Fox), titled "The Break Up." The episode comes in during a major crossroads moment for several couples on the show. Rachel (Lea Michele) seems to be getting awfully cozy with that hot Ace of Base fan (Oh, Brody) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) is too busy exploring the Vogue couture vault to talk to Blaine (Darren Criss). One couple already bit the dust (RIP Chang Squared) so which couples should we cue the violins for? And which couples will be able to keep holding on? We break it down...
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...
Andrew Rannells, Honey Boo Boo
First, she took on Grey Gardens, and now The New Normal star Bebe Wood is coming for Honey Boo Boo.
The NBC comedy (Tuesdays at 9:30/8:30c) is planning an homage to Here Comes Honey Boo Boo for its Halloween episode.
"Shania loves that show so they decide to go en masse as that family," co-creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy told reporters on a conference call Tuesday.
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The Here Comes Honey Boo Boo homage comes weeks after Wood delivered a spot-on Grey Gardens impression in the series' third episode. "The one thing that I've been absolutely shocked by is how many people have stopped me or written me about the Grey Gardens stuff we did," Murphy said. "Bebe is such an eccentric exotic child and she...
Melissa Benoist, Becca Tobin
"The New Rachel." That title may have gone to Blaine (Darren Criss) following his "Call Me Maybe"-off with Tina, Unique and Brittany, but after Glee's season premiere, fans seem to think there may be another worthy candidate — new girl Marley Rose (Melissa Benoist).
"It's a lot of pressure because obviously I have some really big shoes to fill," Benoist tells TVGuide.com of the comparisons to New Directions' former shining star. "But I think that Marley is so...
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...
Melissa Benoist, Jacob Artist
Glee kicked off its fourth season Thursday and although most of the episode focused on the new Rachel — aka the evolving Rachel (Lea Michele) now conquering New York and the thunderdome-style battle back in glee club to fill her shoes as de-facto leader — there was another new Rachel roaming the halls of McKinley. However, this Rachel — with a gorgeous singing voice and natural good looks — goes by the name of Marley.
The season premiere added several new faces to the mix, including high-profile guest star Kate Hudson as Cassandra July, Rachel's NYADA dance teacher from hell, as well as several young'uns, such as Marley, who are seemingly being poised to segue into the spotlight now that last year's seniors are off following their dreams and as last year's juniors head into their senior years. So are the new kids worthy successors to the New Directions throne? Or does Glee have a Saved by the Bell: The New Class situation on its hands? Let's break it down...
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.