Let’s hope Adele’s ex-boyfriend doesn’t catch wind of this and demand royalties. Last night, “Glee” did a little tribute to Adele. During the episode “Prom Queen,” Rachel Berry came face to face with her ex, Jesse St. James (played by Jonathan Groff), while belting out “Rolling in the Deep.” He naturally joins in, making us wish she’d forget about Finn already.
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Matthew Morrison kind of drives us crazy as Will Schuester on “Glee.” Homedude is just a touch whiny, you know? But we’re still excited for his debut album, Matthew Morrison, because his abs are amazing (even if he ate nothing but sweet potatoes for days to get them) and because we think curly hair on guys is kind of cute. The best moments on the album are definitely his duets—with his college buddy and “Glee” guest star Gwyneth Paltrow as well as with Sting and Elton John. And we’re just proud of the guy for going in New Directions. Har Har.
For those of you out there who want to feel like a slushy is flying directly at you and dribbling down your shirt, get excited—”Glee” in 3D is coming this summer. Fox has just announced the new movie, which will premiere on August 12 and run for two weeks. Essentially, it’ll be a film version of the concert tour that has been supporting the show. Some promised numbers: “I’m a Slave 4 U,” “Teenage Dream,” and the show’s first hit “Don’t Stop Believin’.”
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Heather Morris, aka Brittany S. Pierce, has quickly become our favorite Gleek thanks to her awesome one-liners and killer dance moves. So when I saw that Esquire had posted a video called “How To Dance With Heather Morris,” I got kind of excited. I was picturing “Darrin’s Dance Groove” from back in the ’90s, thinking I’d get some of Heather’s patented “Single Ladies” dance steps broken down move-by-move. Instead, I got the above video of Heather shaking her groove thang in a skimpy leotard and teased-to-there hair. Hot, sure? But helpful, not so much. I think I’ll skip the humping the floor move for now. Keep reading »
I love Lady Gaga and “Born This Way” as much as the next girl, but this preview of “Glee“‘s “Born This Way” episode just reminds me of an after-school special. (Except for the part when Mr. Shue calls Gaga “the queen of self-love,” which just made me think about masturbating.)
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“Everybody is convinced that Lea and I are in a relationship. There are supposedly forums with photos of us hugging at work or events. It’s funny, but flattering — Lea is beautiful. Since when can’t you hug your friends? … Once, we were flying from Sydney to Melbourne when a crazy guy grabbed my face and kissed me. Lea yelled and pushed him off of me. A mean stewardess who hadn’t seen it turned around and said, ‘You two be quiet!’ And Lea yelled, ‘No, that man just kissed my friend!’”
—Dianna Agron reveals that even though Quinn and Rachel are enemies battling it out for Finn’s affection on “Glee,” in real life her friendship with Lea Michele is tight. So tight in fact that many people assume they are a couple. I guess Santana and Brittany’s lesbian love story isn’t enough? [PopEater] Keep reading »