Let's hear it one more time for Darren Criss. Who knew Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" was such a tough song to sing?
The remaining six contenders vying for an arc on Glee found out the hard way. In Sunday's episode of The Glee Project, they'll each be tasked with recording the entire tune, whereas in previous weeks, they had only been asked to sing a couple of lines from the given songs.
Everything you knew about Glee's future is wrong: Producers clarify Ryan Murphy's comments
How'd they do? In this clip, only Samuel appears to be sailing through — vocal coach and mentor Nikki Anders loves him.
Alex and Hannah, on the other hand ...
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Question: [From Twitter] I'm wondering if holding shows like Smash, Good Christian Belles, Awake, etc, to midseason might backfire. If the most promising shows don't debut until 2012, who's to say more viewers won't flee to cable between now and then? — Dennis
Matt Roush: A good and fair question, and one that I imagine may dog the networks as the TCA critics' tour gets underway over these next two weeks. I can't remember a season when the anticipation for midseason replacements has so upstaged the fall ...
Everything you thought you knew about Season 3 of Glee is probably wrong.
Glee's Darren Criss talks Broadway, Marti Noxon, "unicorn dust" and graduation
At Sunday's Comic-Con panel for the popular Fox show, executive producers Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan clarified — or more specifically, dispelled — recent news and headlines about the show's future. To review:
Glee boss Ryan Murphy said Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith's characters are graduating from William McKinley and that the actors would not be back for Season 4. Falchuk says: Not necessarily true!
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Our top moments of the week:
14. Best Kiss: On Switched at Birth, Bay and Emmett continue to get closer, despite the hearing barrier between them. When Bay is unable to understand that Emmett is signing, "I like you," Emmett instead tries speaking the international language... and kisses her. Where words fail, kisses succeed.
13. Most Awkward Dance: During an appearance on Today to promote Crazy Stupid Love, Ryan Gosling mentions that he's able to perform the famous lift from Dirty Dancing. Al Roker asks Gosling to prove it, with Roker standing in for Jennifer Grey....
Max Adler won't say if Glee's Dave Karofsky, the closeted jock who planted a big wet one on Kurt last year, will be back this season — but it sure sounds like he will.
"There have been discussions," Adler tells TVGuide.com. "I can say, definitely stay tuned and please watch because it will be pretty neat."
Glee final: 7 Things we want to see happen next season
"Karofsky's story line wasn't completely resolved after the prom episode. I feel like there's more to
The Glee Project
Lindsay and Cameron are two of the more prominent contestants on Oxygen's The Glee Project, a show which promises a seven-episode arc on Glee to the winner. Lindsay has quickly painted herself as the resident reality villain who loves herself too much and Cameron is an "adorable nerd"/aspiring hipster from Texas.
Glee: Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer not returning for Season 4
In Sunday's new episode (at 9/8c on Oxygen), they'll sing "Baby It's Cold Outside" — performed last season by Chris Colfer and Darren Criss — as part of duets week. No doubt Lindsay and Cameron can both carry a tune. While Cameron has proven himself an inept dancer, choreographer Zach Woodlee seems to dig it. The thing is it's hard to picture either of them on Glee.
Glee, Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Chris Colfer
Time for Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer to start getting their cap and gowns ready.
After weeks of speculation about which characters will be graduating from McKinley High on Glee, co-creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy tells The Hollywood Reporter that the trio will depart after...
"Sometimes people call me MC Hannah."
Oh, do they really?
This week on The Glee Project, the remaining nine contestants are challenged with rapping MC Hammer's 1990 classic "U Can't Touch This."
Glee boss Ryan Murphy reveals Sue's new nemesis
We already know that people aren't on reality TV to make friends. Per recent episodes of The Glee Project and Food Network Star, they still aren't. But for the video below, we thought we'd take a look into the other reasons why people say they are and aren't appearing on unscripted television. These things range from "for me" (Celebrity Rehab), "for the deaf kids" (Celebrity Apprentice) and, as heard on America's Got Talent, "to tell people that if you don't get in your own way, your dreams are yours for the havin'" (whatever that means!)...
So you know how Glee became a roaring mess in its second season? Well, The Glee Project has one upped the very show that spawned it by becoming just as tragic in only a handful of episodes. That's pretty ...