Move over, Sam and Shane. There's a new romantic rivalry heating up the hallways of McKinley High on Glee just in time for Valentine's Day.
"Sugar is going to be in the middle of a love triangle," Vanessa Lengies tells TVGuide.com. "Rory and Artie fight back and forth the entire time for Sugar's hand."
In Tuesday's episode (8/7c, Fox), Sugar's dad throws her a huge party at Breadstix — soon to be renamed Sugar Shack — in honor of her favorite holiday. All of New Directions is invited to the bash — but not without one stern marching order from their hostess: No singles allowed!
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The warning is odd considering Sugar herself has been riding solo since she first popped up in September. However, her sudden desire for a date will...
Jeers to Glee for making an off-key addition to the cast.
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In last week's season opener, Vanessa Lengies joined the show as Sugar Motta, a tone-deaf student in more ways than one. Her attribution for her lack of social graces to "self-diagnosed Asperger's" had autism-awareness advocates up in arms. Well, Sugar was back ...
Is another Glee star on the way out?
After being a major player last season, Ashley Fink's Lauren Zizes will have less screen time this year, TVLine reports.
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Her reduced screen time will be ...
Glee is adding another new cast member to its roster for Season 3.
American Dreams vet Vanessa Lengies will recur on the Fox musical as Sugar, a spoiled new student described as...
Vanessa Lengies, who in my semi-humble opinion was one of the very best things about American Dreams, has joined the cast of the ABC comedy pilot This Might Hurt. In the prospective medical practice-set series, says the Reporter, Lengies will play Lily, a receptionist who is "sweet, naive and disarmingly sincere" and has a strange predilection for go-go boots. MWM