In the latest issue of Elle, “Glee” and “American Horror Story” creator Ryan Murphy cast the stars of his series’ as characters from his favorite thrillers. Connie Britton, Kate Mara and others jump off the page in classic scenes from “The Birds,” “Carrie” and others. Here, “Glee”‘s Diana Agron does her best Raquel Welch in a scene from “Attack of the 50 Foot Woman.” Click through for more classic horror scenes done in current couture.
Earlier this week, we asked you to tell us about your most awkward high school moment for the chance to win a copy of Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album Volume 2. It was hard to choose a winner considering how awkward you all were. Check out the winner’s very uncomfortable high school tale after the jump. Keep reading »
Nobody brings joy to the world quite like the cast of “Glee“. If you’re a Gleek at heart, or if you’re just a sucker for the holiday spirit, you’ll want to deck the halls this season with “Glee’s” new album, Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album Volume 2 due out November 15. It features the New Directions’ best voices doing feel-good versions of your favorite Christmas ditties like “All I Want For Christmas Is You” and “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” One lucky reader will score a copy of this gleeful Christmas collection for the whole family to sing along with. Matching costumes optional.
WIN THIS! We may not all have been Gleeks in high school who got slushied on the daily, but all of us had an awkward moment (or lots of them). Tell us in the comments about your most awkward moment in high school—the tale with the most “Glee” spirit will walk away with a copy of Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album Volume 2 Enter by 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, November 15, 2011. We’ll pick our favorite response and announce the winner Wednesday, November 16. You must live in the U.S. or Canada to win. (Read the official rules here.) Good luck!
As the kids of McKinley High School enjoyed their summer vacations, much ado was made of the fact that—come tonight’s season premiere—Rachel Berry (Lea Michele), Finn Hudson (Cory Monteith) and Kurt Hummel (Emmy nominee Chris Colfer) will be seniors. Meaning that at the end of the season, they’ll graduate. “We didn’t want to have a show where they were in high school for eight years,” creator Ryan Murphy said in June. “We thought it would be really cool if we were true to the timeline.”
Murphy explained that he didn’t want to use the television trickery most high school shows employ to solve this problem—make all your main characters magically land at the same college, a la “Beverly Hills, 90210″ or “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” Keep reading »
I really want to like “Glee,” but I can’t deal with all the musical interludes. Too much singing! Too much Lea Michele, who seems like she’d be that totally over-dramatic neurotic friend who’s always crying in public. But this video of the cast performing David Bowie’s “Fashion” in honor of next month’s upcoming “Fashion’s Night Out” is a perfect little dollop of the series. Plus, who doesn’t love some Sue Sylvester? Though we really wish they’d just let Chris Colfer (love you Kurt!) take the lead on this one, it’s nice to see everybody all dressed up and strutting their stuff. [YouTube
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Because I am an admitted TV head, reading the entertainment news this morning was like bit like sniffing glue. There is just so much going on in the television universe! After the jump, read all the news, from Jennifer Love Hewitt‘s new-old role and Roseanne Barr‘s potential new sitcom. Keep reading »