is returning to “Glee
” and this time her character, substitute teacher Holly Holiday
, is teaching sex ed. In this clip, she rocks black leather, does a chair dance, and strips down while singing Joan Jett’s “Do You Wanna Touch” for Will Schuester and the kids of New Directions. There, oh yeah.
At the same time, Gwyneth Paltrow: The Album is even closer to becoming a reality. Keep reading »
Did Gwyneth Paltrow just go there? I can’t believe my ears. This is her version of Fleetwood Mac’s “Landslide” that will appear on her upcoming “Glee” episode. I’m all for the reprisal of Kelly Canter, but playing a country music star does not give her the right to try to play Stevie Nicks. My outrage-o-meter is blinking wildly. Maybe I’m just overreacting because Stevie is my spirit animal. What do you think of Gwyneth’s version of “Landslide”? [NY Mag] Keep reading »
Woo-hoo! It looks like our favorite substitute teacher, Holly Holiday (played by Gwyneth Paltrow), is returning to McKinley High
, and this time she’ll be teaching sex-ed. As predicted, it looks like Holly and Will Schuester will be hooking up this time around, much to Emma’s chagrin. “Maybe it’s time I learned a little bit about romance,” said Holly. “I happen to be an excellent educator,” he says before dipping her, as the two ballroom dance to Prince’s “Kiss.” Yes, please! [EW
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Have you been watching “Glee”? Popular bad boy, Puck (played by Mark Salling), admitted he has the hots for bad ass big girl, Lauren (played by Ashley Fink). They aren’t officially a couple, but Puck is courting Lauren at her request while she plays hard to get. I was thinking it was just a matter of time before someone voiced an unkind opinion about the romance, but I didn’t expect it to come from Rosie O’Donnell. Find out what she said after the jump. Keep reading »
Sometimes when “Glee
” goes off the air for a little while, I convince myself that I am over its saccharine song and dance numbers. But it never happens—once I watch again, BAM! I am instantly re-hooked. That’s what happened last night when I begrudgingly watched the show’s much-hyped return after the Super Bowl
. The episode was hilarious and made me sing along to a mashup of “Thriller” and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ “Heads Will Roll. Chances are you already saw this clip because, well, 26.8 million people watched last night. But just in case, here you go. I love that the McKinley football team, in order not to be completely steamrolled by the opposing team, has to do a rendition of “Single Ladies”
or this over-the-top number. What will they have up their sleeves next time?
After the jump, see the Cheerios do “California Gurls” complete with fireworks bras. Keep reading »