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“Glee,” Hit Us One More Time: With A Britney Spears Episode

This week’s Madonna episode of “Glee” was one of my favorite hours of television so far this year. And it secretly has me hoping that the makers of the show will continue down the theme episode path. So, I am very much behind the campaign for a Britney Spears episode of the show. Brit-Brit’s manager, Adam Leber, posted on Twitter yesterday asking her close to 5 million followers to make #BritneySpearsGLEE a trending topic. So far, lots of folks have—let’s just hope that “Glee” creator Ryan Murphy and his clan run with the idea. How cool would it be to see Finn sing “Oops, I Did It Again” or Mercedes and Rachel bust out with “Toxic”? And heck, since Britney has done cameos on shows like “How I Met Your Mother” and (ugh) “Sabrina The Teenage Witch” maybe she’d actually put in an appearance. She could be Sue Sylvester’s much younger, more bubbly sister! Or a new Cheerio! [Just Jared] Keep reading »

10 Predictions For Tonight’s Madonna-Themed “Glee”

Even though Madge said she’s not a fan of “Glee,” she’s changed her tune after an advanced screening of tonight’s episode, an homage to the Material Girl, calling it “brilliant on every level.” I hope she plans on sending them a case of Kabbalah water to make up for her impropriety. So what should we expect tonight? Well, we already know about Jane Lynch’s amazing “Vogue” remake. But ever since the song list was leaked, my mind has been abuzz with other possibilities for the wall-to-wall Madonna episode. After the jump, tonight’s soundtrack and our predictions for the plot lines that accompany them. [Fox] Keep reading »

Quotable: Madonna Not So Gleeful About The “Glee” Madonna Episode

Madonna doesn’t have a TV and has no idea what ‘Glee’ is. The show did ask her if she wanted to make an appearance in the much-hyped Madonna episode. She said ‘no thanks’ and, to be honest, she would rather they sing an Elton John song than butcher one of hers.”

—An anonymous “friend” of Madonna‘s, who says she is none-too-excited about next week’s Madge-themed episode of “Glee.” Supposedly, she’ll make a cool $100K in royalties from the episode, though. So, you know, Rocco’s allowance for the month. [PopEater] Keep reading »

Jane Lynch Vogues As “Glee”‘s Sue Sylvester


I must admit, I only watched my first episode of “Glee” last night and was totally amused. But after catching this preview clip from next week’s Madonna-themed episode, I might have to become a loyal viewer. Jane Lynch, who has wowed me in all the Christopher Guest movies and plays cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester on “Glee,” does “Vogue,” dare I say it, almost as entertainingly as Madge herself. Keep reading »

“Glee” Crystal Ball: What To Expect For The Rest Of The Season

Get out your karaoke machine and start practicing your Journey, because “Glee” comes back tonight, folks! We know that in the second half of this season, Idina Menzel will play Vocal Adrenaline’s coach, Olivia Newton-John will be a judge at Regionals, and Jennifer Lopez will be a cafeteria worker at McKinley High. We also know that next Tuesday is the big Madonna episode, which will feature 10 Material Girl tracks sung by assorted Gleeks. But what else can we expect this season? The scoops Entertainment Weekly got out of creator Ryan Murphy, after the jump. Semi-SPOILER alert. Keep reading »

Squeal With “Glee”: The Tour Is Coming To A City Near You

I’ve been feeling a bit of “Glee” withdrawal lately, which led to me rewatching the premiere episode over the weekend and getting goosebumps all over again at the gleek version of “Don’t Stop Believin.’” So I’m pretty darn pumped to hear that the cast of “Glee” is going on tour. Rachel, Finn, Mercedes, Kurt, Quinn, and his hotness Puck will all be part of the traveling show, though apparently Mr. Schuester is staying behind—perhaps he has chalkboard erasers to clean? The tour kicks off May 18, and will be heading to Phoenix, Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York. If you don’t live in one of those cities, never fear. The show is back with new episodes on April 13. Keep reading »

11 Reasons Why Jane Lynch Is The Awesomest

I adore Jane Lynch. If she’s involved in a movie or TV show, you know it’s not going to be that bad, because at the very least you’ll be watching a great actress with brilliant comedic timing. In the past 10 years, she’s had 114 roles, which is more than most actors could ask for in a lifetime. We all know her fantastic portrayal of Sue Sylvester, the evil cheerleading coach on “Glee,” who deadpan delivers brilliant lines like, “I’m all about empowerment. I empower my Cheerios to live in a state of constant fear by creating an environment of irrational, random terror.” But that’s certainly not the only reason to love her … we’ve got 11 more after the jump. Keep reading »

We’re Singing A Happy Tune About These Possible “Glee” Guest Stars

I’m counting down the days until April 13, 2010, aka the day my new television guilty pleasure “Glee” returns with new episodes. Will Emma and Will finally get it on? What about Rachel and Finn? And what about Quinn and Puck’s love child? As if we weren’t excited enough already, the little gossip birdies are starting to chirp about possible guest stars for next season. Let’s just say that that creator Ryan Murphy has been talking to “How I Met Your Mother” star Neil Patrick Harris and sources say he may be breaking out his jazz shoes for a little song and dance, gleek-style. [EW]

After the jump, some more possible “Glee” guest appearances that we’re stoked about. Keep reading »

Many Less Than Gleeful Over Wednesday’s Episode Of “Glee”


I don’t know about you, but I was feeling kind of warm and fuzzy inside after Wednesday night’s “Wheels” episode of “Glee.” In case you missed it, the gleeks had to roll around in wheelchairs for three hours a day to be more empathetic toward Artie. The Cheerios accepted a cheerleader with Down’s syndrome. And Kurt auditioned to sing the “Defying Gravity” solo, even though it’s traditionally sung by a woman, for sectionals. The central theme of the episode was inequality and discrimination. While it was glossy in that “Glee” sort of way, I still found it thought-provoking. But not everyone is singing praises about the show. Seems like all the episode did was inspire controversy. Keep reading »

Guess The Cutie With This Booty?

Bloody Mary still

It’s the hot jock piece from “Glee,” Cory Monteith. And we like what we see! Here he is, representin’ his softer side as a painter in the 2006 B-horror movie “Bloody Mary: Legend Of The Mirror Witch.” Now, one question remains: Is that a self-portrait? Hawt. [WOW Report]

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