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“Glee” versus “Modern Family”: The Emmy Ad Showdown

Now, I love “Glee.” I also love “Modern Family.” So I’m kind of glad I am not part of the committee that’ll have to vote on which show wins the Emmy for Outstanding Comedy. Both shows have put together very funny ads in Hollywood Reporter. Keep reading »

Jane Lynch To Host “Saturday Night Live”

Facebook users are doing an awesome job of casting “Saturday Night Live” hosts. In the spring, a group was formed on the site angling for Betty White to host an episode, which she did in May. More recently, a group started to get Jane Lynch, aka Sue Sylvester of “Glee,” the gig. And lo and behold it worked. Shall we take bets on what color track suit she’ll be wearing when she hosts? Keep reading »

10 Things You Need To Know About Puck From “Glee,” Now That He’s Going Solo

Mark Salling should look familiar. He plays the dreamy, Sinatra-crooning bad boy Puck on “Glee.” He also is one of the first of the “Glee” gang to announce that he is releasing a solo album. Matthew Morrison, aka Mr. Schuester, has already started to work on his album this summer. But Salling seems like he’s been raring to go for a while now. His album, Pipe Dreams, will drop on October 12 and is a combination of Mark’s favorite music that he wrote over the past few years. [MSN]

Now that Salling is dedicated to bringing his sex appeal to the world beyond “Glee,” it’s time to get to know him a little better. Keep reading »

“Glee” Warm-Up: A Brief History Of Britney Spears’ Guest-Starring Roles

We’ve known for a while that “Glee” has a Britney Spears episode up its sleeve this fall. But Ryan Murphy has just confirmed that BritBrit will actually be in the episode as a guest star. He says that many of the Britney numbers will happen while the show’s characters are on happy gas at the dentist’s office. And as you’ll remember, the dentist—Emma’s new boyfriend—will be played by none other than John Stamos. Holy amazingness! Keep reading »

The 10 Television Guest Stars We Can’t Wait For This Fall

The end of summer is a very sad thing that I don’t even want to talk about because I can’t stand the thought of having to wait nine months before tank tops and beach naps again. But there is one silver lining: fall television. It’s when new shows launch and our faves return for another round. And this year, I can’t help but notice that a lot of shows have some very, very exciting guest stars lined up. After the jump, the ones I’m looking forward to the most.
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A “Rocky Horror” Episode Of “Glee” Is In The Works

Glee” knows how to create a theme episode. First Madonna, then Lady Gaga, and now … “Rocky Horror Picture Show.” Ryan Murphy revealed this little nugget along with a few more spoilers at Comic-Con this weekend. As a midnight screening attendee of the cult classic, I am expecting a whole lot of pizazz and even more leg from this episode. In my ideal world, this would mean a fishnet-wearing Puck as Dr. Frank-N-Furter and resident dolt Brittany as the first female Rocky. With this and a Britney Spears episode to look forward to, it’s already shaping up to be a great season. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »

“Glee” Actress Admits To Getting Botox — Even Though She’s Only 18

Later this month, Filipino singer and actress Charice Pempengco will begin filming for “Glee” and she’s not just prepping for her role by memorizing lines. The 18-year-old admits she had Botox to make her “naturally round face” appear more narrow on TV. “All people will be anticipating how will Charice look? Is she good enough to pit against Rachel Berry? So of course there is tremendous pressure,” she told an interviewer. Somebody needs to tell Charice that “Glee” is a singing show, not a beauty contest. Unfortunately, it doesn’t surprise me that an 18-year-old thinks she needs Botox. Sometimes I think women use plastic surgery and injectables like Botox as a crutch even if they don’t “need” it, just because it makes them feel better. [AP] Keep reading »

Sue Sylvester Carved In Wax


Sometimes, Madame Tussauds picks totally wack celebrities to immortalize in wax. But this is one we approve of—Jane Lynch is getting her very own figurine as Sue Sylvester, everyone’s favorite character from “Glee.” See what the process of posing for one of these things is like (above). And mark your calenders—Jane’s statue makes its debut on August 4. [Oh No They Didn't] Keep reading »

The Britney Spears Episode Of “Glee” Is Actually Happening

During its first season, “Glee” dedicated episodes to Madonna and Lady Gaga and, hey, they were two of the funnest episodes so far. So Ryan Murphy is hoping to make mega-pop-star lightning strike again. After months of rumors, it is official: the gang will be doing a Britney Spears-themed episode. Personally, I think this is awesome. I would love to see Sue Sylvester take on “I’m a Slave 4 U,” or to see Rachel emote to either Finn or Jesse St. James that they’re “Toxic.” Not to mention that Britney herself could make a guest appearance. After all, her role on “How I Met Your Mother” as Abby, the receptionist in love with Ted, got huge ratings and essentially cleared the way for her “Circus” comeback.

But this has got me wondering — is “Glee” gonna ever give a male legend an episode’s worth of love? Wouldn’t a Prince, Lionel Richie, or David Bowie episode be amazing? Or they could even pick a classic band—might I suggest The Cure or The Clash? Who would you like to see get a full episode on “Glee”? Keep reading »

The 2010 Emmy Nominations Are In And It’s A Big Year For “Glee,” “Mad Men,” And Conan O’Brien

This morning, the Primetime Emmy nominations were announced and, as usual, there were few surprises. The Lead Actor in a Drama series category is especially competitive, in my TV-obsessed opinion, with “Mad Men”‘s Jon Hamm facing off against critical faves Hugh Laurie (“House”), Michael C. Hall (“Dexter”), and Bryan Cranston (“Breaking Bad,” my current favorite show) — Matthew Fox (“Lost”) scored his first nomination, as did Kyle Chandler (“Friday Night Lights”). I love me some Don Draper and Dexter Morgan, but I’m pulling for Cranston, who plays Walter White on “Breaking Bad,” but like I said, I have a meth-like addiction to that show. Not that I know what meth addiction is like. Keep reading »

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