Sue Sylvester. Pierce Hawthorne. Ann Perkins. They’re showstoppers, that’s for sure, but not for the reason you might be thinking.
You see, sometimes, even great shows have characters that mess with the flow of a seemingly perfect episode. They can bring an entire show to a halt with a scene. It’s a peculiar tale, especially because some of these characters are played by award-winning TV veterans.
We might’ve liked them at first, but the writers have led them astray. Read more… Keep reading »
Last year, when “Glee
” premiered, we were all about New Directions. But this year, we find most of them boring with the exceptions of Brittany
, and Santana
. Nope, this year—like the rest of the country—we are all about The Warblers
. So we were pretty excited when we heard that Kurt, Blaine, and the rest of the prep school jacketed crew would be releasing their own album on April 19. It’ll have their hits from the show, like “Teenage Dream” and “Bills, Bills, Bills,” plus a few new ones. Above, a sneak peak of one new track—the dudes’ take on Keane’s “Somewhere Only We Know.”
So who are these guys? Keep reading »
On Tuesday, Elizabeth Berkley joined former “Saved by the Bell” co-star Mario Lopez on “Extra” to promote her new book. And, oh, how I love what she tweeted about the experience. “I’m so excited, I’m so excited—I’m so … scared.” Classic television. [PopWrap] Keep reading »
Check out this clip from the new Sundance show “All On the Line,”
starring “Elle” Creative Director Joe Zee. Recognize the designer featured here? It’s Kara Janx, from Season 2 of “Project Runway.” Watch Kara go toe-to-toe with Joe over her next collection.
And don’t forget to enter “All On the Line’s” Fashion Hunt sweepstakes to win a prize pack worth $500! The Fashion Hunt goes live on April 6. “Like” the page in order to participate in the Fashion Hunt. Each right answer counts as one entry in the contest — and if you get all five questions right, you’re entered in the sweepstakes five times, increasing your chances of winning.
“All On the Line” airs on the Sundance Channel Tuesday nights at 10pm E.S.T. Keep reading »
So, Heidi Montag, Jake Pavelka, and Danielle Staub walk into a bar. No, sadly, this is not a joke. Apparently, this is a new reality TV show. The three were in Los Angeles filming the series today and were photographed around a lunch table together. We have no idea what exactly the show will be, especially considering that the only thing uniting these three is that fact that they were controversy lightening rods on “The Hills,” “The Bachelor,” and “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” respectively. Maybe they’ll team up to fight crime? Or perhaps this is a new-fangled “Three’s Company”? Or a porno? Your guess is as good as mine. But, gulp, we will be watching. [Hollywood Hiccups, Daily Mail] Keep reading »
Last night was a cringe-worthy episode of “Dancing with the Stars
.” The contestants had to dance out tales of their personal struggle. Petra Nemcova danced about surviving the tsunami in 2004. And Kirstie Alley
splayed herself wide open, dancing to “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” and dedicating her performance to her mom, who was hit and killed by a drunk driver in 1980, right before her acting career took off. So it made it even sadder when, a short moment into their performance, Kirstie dipped into her partner Maksim Chmerkovsky and they both tumbled to the ground after a slide. They got back up, but Maksim took a few seconds and winced pretty dramatically before the two started dancing again. Luckily, the judges were very forgiving. [TV Squad
] Keep reading »