En Vogue should really consider doing a reunion tour. The classic ’90s vocal group is having a serious moment. In a span of a week, their lady-power anthem “Free Your Mind” appeared in song-and-dance numbers on two of the biggest shows on television—”Glee” and “Modern Family.” On Wednesday night’s “Modern Family,” Mitchell joins a flash mob grooving to the song at an outdoor mob. “This dance is my love letter to Cam,” he said, explaining why he rehearsed after work to be a part of the group dance.
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“I’m playing high school. I’m not one to flash my business. It’s a little racy.”
—Chord Overstreet of “Glee” explains his rationale for turning down a $100K offer from Playgirl. Guess he’s not as easily impressionable as Levi Johnston? [People] Keep reading »
Last night’s episode of “Glee” was super good. As in, Entertainment Weekly is already calling for Gwyneth Paltrow to win the Emmy for Best Guest Starring Role for her performance as substitute teacher Holly Holiday. And she was pretty darn great—how cool was it to see Gwynnie eat at Taco Bell and talk about her obsession with “Hoarders”? It’s like the Gwyneth we all wished existed in real life. Her crowning moment was a mashup of “Singin’ in the Rain” and Rihanna‘s “Umbrella” that she performed with New Directions while splashing through a water set. Above, watch Gwyneth stand under an umbrella-ella-ella with Mr. Schuester. Keep reading »
Don’t act like you didn’t like it when Matthew Morrison took his shirt off in last night’s episode of “Glee.” In case you missed it, here he is again—shirtless on the cover of Details. Keep reading »
Annoying Gwyneth Paltrow‘s hogged all the headlines lately with her “Glee” appearance and that’s sadly overshadowed the real good news: adorable children. Even if you’re not a Gleek, you’ll still find this behind-the-scenes clip of kindergartners dressed like Baby Mercedes, Baby Rachel, Baby Puck and the rest of the gang squeal!-worthy. Child actors are so adorable before they get screwed up, aren’t they? [YouTube] Keep reading »