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Listen To All The Songs From Tonight’s “Frenemies” Episode Of “Glee” (And Join Us Tonight To Live Tweet!)

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This week is good week, folks. Some of our favorite TV shows (we’re looking at you, “Glee“!) are finally returning from their midseason hiatuses, and we can all breathe a sigh of relief that we no longer have to force ourselves to go to the gym since nothing good is on.

In tonight’s new episode, titled “Frenemies,” we’ll hear hits like Sara Bareilles‘ “Brave,” En Vogue’s “My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It), The Police’s “Every Breath You Take,” “Don’t Rain on My Parade,” from Funny Girl, “Breakaway” by Kelly Clarkson, Kenny Loggins and Stevie Nicks‘ duet of “Whenever I Call You Friend,” and a cover of “I Believe In A Thing Called Love,” by The Darkness. Check out all of the full-length versions of the songs from tonight’s show after the jump and join us later as we live tweet during the show.

Just tune in to “Glee” on FOX at 8 p.m. EST and make sure you’re following @TheFrisky on Twitter to get in on the action. See you then! Keep reading »

Listen Up: Lea Michele Releases Catchy New Song, “What Is Love?”

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Listen To Lea's New Song!

I know a ton of people who find Lea Michele annoying, and, okay, I kind of get it. But, you have to admit: the girl can SING. And to tease her debut solo album, Louder, which comes out on March 4, the “Glee” star is revealing a new track every Tuesday for our listening pleasure.

But this week, Tuesday came early. Last night, Lea revealed “What Is Love?” a few days prematurely, which joins “Louder,” “Battlefield,” and her first single, “Cannonball.” I kind of love it. I have a feeling I’ll be buying this album.

Take a listen above and let us know what you think!

Gleek Out With Us Tonight: We’re Live Tweeting!

They’re ba-ack!

After the saddest episode in “Glee” history and a three week hiatus to let us all eat our feelings, Rachel, Kurt, Blaine, Mr. Schuester and the crew return tonight for what’s bound to be an EPIC pop music episode.

And the star power will be plentiful, folks. Keep reading »

Goodbye To Cory Monteith: Watch Lea Michele’s Beautiful And Teary Rendition Of “Make You Feel My Love”

Goodbye To Cory Monteith: Watch Lea Michele's Beautiful And Teary Rendition Of "Make You Feel My Love"
Watch Lea Michele's Emotional Performance

Last night’s episode of “Glee” dealt with the death of cast member Cory Monteith and his character, Finn, but interestingly, did not address how the actor/character passed. ”I care more about how he lived,” said Kurt at the top of the episode. Above, watch Monteith’s real-life girlfriend, Lea Michele, sing Bob Dylan’s “Let You Feel My Love,” with tears running down her face. I had chills the entire time. Just beautiful and heartbreaking. You can watch the rest of the performances here.

Live Tweet With Us Tonight As “Glee” Says Goodbye To Finn/Cory Monteith

Live Tweet With Us Tonight As “Glee” Says Goodbye To Finn/Cory Monteith In “The Quarterback”
Tears!

Get ready for heartbreak, Finchel fans. The most dreaded/anticipated episode in “Glee” history is here, and I, for one, have stocked up on Kleenex, because I will become a snot monster at exactly 9 p.m.

Tonight, “Glee” says goodbye to Finn Hudson in a special tribute episode to Cory Monteith, who passed away in July from a toxic combination of heroin and alcohol.

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Dianna Agron Shunned From “Glee” Tribute To Cory Monteith

  • Oh, damn: was Dianna Agron excluded from the “Glee” tribute to Cory Monteith because creator Ryan Murphy and Monteith’s girlfriend Lea Michele “intensely dislike” her? Sources told Radar Online that Agron wasn’t invited to appear in the episode, despite her character’s closeness to Finn Hudson, because the others “did not want her sharing the glory for this very special episode.” Talk about high school drama. [RadarOnline]
  • Childish Gambino (AKA Donald Glover) has released a full version of his new single — listen here! [XXL]
  • Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez have named their son, born on Saturday, Maceo Robert Martinez. Cute name! [US Weekly]
  • Kanye West has been ordered to stay 10 feet away from the paparazzo he scuffled with. [NYmag.com]
  • Here’s Elizabeth Smart talking to NPR’s Terry Gross about her kidnapper, Brian David Mitchell, and how he was a master of manipulation used religion to justify the kidnapping and sexual abuse. [NPR]
  • On “Homeland,” bipolar disorder, and how TV characters are changing the way we view mental illness. [TIME] Keep reading »

Watch The Preview For “Glee”‘s Goodbye To Finn/Cory Monteith Episode

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Watch The Preview For "Glee"'s Goodbye To Finn/Cory Monteith Episode
Tears!
  • The preview for the “Glee” episode in which the cast deals with Cory Monteith’s death is out and it’s already heartbreaking. [Us Weekly]
  • Speaking of “Glee,” cast member Naya Rivera is engaged to rapper Big Sean after only six months of dating and her ring is gorgeously huge. [Us Weekly]
  • Lauryn Hill is fresh out of jail after serving three months for failing to file tax returns — and she’s already released a new song called “Consumerism.” Listen at the link! [NYMag.com]
  • The mother of Miriam Carey, the Connecticut woman who was shot to death by police after trying to breach a barrier at the White House, said her daughter was suffering from post-partum depression. She also reportedly has a history of mental illness and believed President Obama was “stalking” her. [MSNBC] Keep reading »

Cory Monteith Tribute Angers Son Of “Odd Couple” Actor Jack Klugman

Cory Monteith Tribute Angers Son Of “Odd Couple” Actor Jack Klugman
Cory Monteith Dead
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The actor died at age 31 in a Vancouver hotel room. Read More »

I only made it through one hour of the Emmys last night because “Breaking Bad” rules my life and the second to last episode aired at the same time. But I followed along on Twitter and it seemed like the Emmys somewhat unintentionally were themed around death. In between giving out awards, various members of the television business who passed away this year were honored, either in individual tributes or as part of a montage. This went on throughout the show, rather than in a typical single segment, with five people getting individual tributes. (This dour mood makes sense when you consider how many especially well-known TV stars and contributors knocked on heaven’s door this year.) Jean Stapleton, who played Edith Bunker on “All In The Family,” was honored by Rob Reiner; Edie Falco paid tribute to her “Sopranos” husband, James Gandolfini; and Jane Lynch remembered her “Glee” costar Cory Monteith, who died of a drug overdose in July. Comedian and actor Jonathan Winters, and Family Ties producer Gary David Goldberg were also individually honored. Not a dry eye was in the house, like, all night.

But one person was more angry than moved by the tribute to Monteith. Jack Klugman, who starred on “The Odd Couple” and was a three-time Emmy winner, passed away in December 2012 and was included in the remembrance montage, a fact which his son, Adam Klugman, says is “criminal” and “an insult.” The younger Klugman seemed to take particular issue with Monteith getting an in memoriam segment all his own, telling the Associated Press, “It really seems typical of this youth-centric culture that has an extremely short attention span and panders to only a very narrow demographic [of young adults].” Keep reading »

Vote! Which Returning TV Shows Are You Most Excited For?

Vote! Which Returning September TV Shows Are You Most Excited For?

Summer came and went faster than my sunscreen did settle. But thankfully, with the new season comes the return of some amazing TV.

Here at The Frisky, we want to know which returning September TV shows have you camping out in front of your flatscreen with a big ol’ bowl of popcorn. All you have to do to is rank your first, second and third picks by scrolling through the shows below and clicking on your top three faves. Keep reading »

Lea Michele Makes First Public Appearance, Pays Tribute To Cory Monteith At Teen Choice Awards

Lea Michele Makes First Public Appearance, Pay Tribute To Cory Monteith At Teen Choice Awards
"We're going to get through this together."

Well, this sure is a tearjerker. At last night’s Teen Choice Awards, Lea Michele — the girlfriend/costar of “Glee”‘s Cory Monteith, who died of a drug overdose last month — took to the stage to accept an award, her first public appearance since his death. On stage, surrounded by her “Glee” castmates, Michele (who was wearing a necklace that read “Cory”) tearfully thanked the fans for their love and support “these very difficult past few weeks.” She continued: Keep reading »

Cory Monteith Dead
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The actor died at age 31 in a Vancouver hotel room. Read More »
Lea Thanks Fans
Lea Michele Thanks Fans For Their Support Following Cory Monteith’s Death
Lea Michele thanks fans for their support following Cory's death. Read More »
Jane Remembers Cory
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Jane Lynch remembers Cory Monteith. Read More »
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