Let me be straight with you guys: I’m a bit of a truther when it comes to celebrities. I assume most things they do are PR stunts because I am cynical and don’t trust famous people. Therefore, when I saw that Glee star Lea Michele had a “nip slip” on the set of her new music video, “On My Way.” Read more on The Gloss… [Photo: INF Daily]
Something that makes me perhaps irrationally angry: the fact that the richer and more famous a celeb gets, the less he or she has to pay for. In fact, the richer a celeb gets, the more money is thrown at them to do things they would normally pay to do anyway. For example! Lea Michele, Aaron Paul, Kate Bosworth and Vanessa Hudgens are just some of the celebs who are either definitely being paid or demanding to be paid mad money to attend this weekend’s Coachella Music Festival in Indio, California. They are all celebs who’ve attended the festival for fun in the past — Hudgens’ entire wardrobe is made up of Coachella-friendly gear and Paul famously met his perfect wife there a few years ago — but when fame presents an opportunity to MAKE money off something you would normally pay for, I guess you go for it. Keep reading »
This week is good week, folks. Some of our favorite TV shows (we’re looking at you, “Glee“!) are finally returning from their midseason hiatuses, and we can all breathe a sigh of relief that we no longer have to force ourselves to go to the gym since nothing good is on.
In tonight’s new episode, titled “Frenemies,” we’ll hear hits like Sara Bareilles‘ “Brave,” En Vogue’s “My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It), The Police’s “Every Breath You Take,” “Don’t Rain on My Parade,” from Funny Girl, “Breakaway” by Kelly Clarkson, Kenny Loggins and Stevie Nicks‘ duet of “Whenever I Call You Friend,” and a cover of “I Believe In A Thing Called Love,” by The Darkness. Check out all of the full-length versions of the songs from tonight’s show after the jump and join us later as we live tweet during the show.
Just tune in to “Glee” on FOX at 8 p.m. EST and make sure you’re following @TheFrisky on Twitter to get in on the action. See you then! Keep reading »
I know a ton of people who find Lea Michele annoying, and, okay, I kind of get it. But, you have to admit: the girl can SING. And to tease her debut solo album, Louder, which comes out on March 4, the “Glee” star is revealing a new track every Tuesday for our listening pleasure.
But this week, Tuesday came early. Last night, Lea revealed “What Is Love?” a few days prematurely, which joins “Louder,” “Battlefield,” and her first single, “Cannonball.” I kind of love it. I have a feeling I’ll be buying this album.
Take a listen above and let us know what you think!
I generally find Lea Michele profoundly annoying. But you got to hand it to her: the girl can sing. Lea’s new song, “Cannonball” (from her solo album), is a total earworm. Even though she still belts out songs in her Broadway star voice, it works for her on this song like it wouldn’t for, say, Pink or Katy Perry. “Cannonball” has got a catchy hook and it’ll do really well in mashups. What do you think? [YouTube]
Lea Michele has been slowly opening in the media about how she is coping after Cory Monteith’s sudden death in July from a drug overdose. The “Glee” costars had also been a couple and Michele stood by Monteith during his struggles with addiction. Yesterday she appeared on Ellen DeGeneres’ show and praised her friend Kate Hudson for opening up her home after Monteith’s death, so Lea could hide out from paparazzi. She also repeatedly called the “Glee” cast her “family” and said they are all getting through this together. “I really feel like I’m trying to figure out all of this. It’s only been a few months,” she said. “My mom has experienced a lot of loss in her life and she told me, at one point, she said there’s an empowerment that comes with grief. At some point, you find it. It’s very hard, but you will find it. At some point, you can choose to fall from this or you can choose to rise.” It’s a very sad talk — but at the same time makes me respect Lea Michele so much more for her strength and grace. [YouTube]