We are so close! After surviving three grueling weeks without our beloved show, only a few more days seperate us from being reunited with our favorite TV show, and it feels so good! To hold us over, Fox posted a new video introducing us to Rory Flanagan, the foreign exchange student played by The Glee Project winner Damian McGinty.
In the video, Damian discusses his time on The Glee Project, singing in front of the cast for the first time, and working on the show, which he says is “a dream.”
We already know that Rory is a foreign exchange student living with Brittany and that causes some tension between the Irishman and Santana. It’s safe to say that we can get ready for some hilarious one-liners from the queen of mean.
We are so excited for Tuesday! Are you excited for Damian’s arrival?
Remember when Naya Riverahosted the GLAAD Awards back in May? While there, she lent her voice to a new PSA for GLAAD, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, which was released today. She is accompanied by other LGBT activists and supporters such as Chaz Bono, the cast of Pretty Little Liars, and Vinny from The Jersey Shore, asking those watching to support LGBT individuals. GLAAD is a national organization that works on portraying LGBT individuals in a positive light in the entertainment industry. You can watch the PSA below.
What are your thoughts on the PSA? What organizations would you want the Glee cast to partake in?
As most of you already know, this Tuesday’s episode “Asian F” features a storyline that showcases our favorite dancer-not-singer, Mike Chang. In preparation for the big show, ClevverTV sat down with Harry Shum Jr. and talked everything Glee: this week’s episode, the future of Mike Chang, and Harry’s thoughts on Season 3. Enjoy!
TV Guide has released an exclusive clip of the first 36 seconds of the Season 3 premiere episode “The Purple Piano Project,” so don’t read on if you don’t want to be spoiled! In the clip, Jacob Ben Isreal talks to the various glee club members about their plans for the future. This clip finally reveals who is a senior and who is a junior. We’ve already learned that Tina is a junior, but watch the video below to find out which other member of the New Directions is a confirmed junior as well!
Are you excited to see the rest of the premiere next week? We certainly are!
The stars were out on Saturday night to celebrate and honor the best among the Latino entertainment community at the 2011 ALMA Awards, hosted by Eva Longoria and George Lopez.
Glee‘s Naya Rivera was nominated for 2 awards, Favorite TV Actress and Favorite Female Music Artist. Unfortunately Naya lost out to the very talented, Demi Lovato for Favourite Leading Actress in a TV Comedy but did manage to swipe the award for Favourite Female Music Artist.
This is a huge success for Naya, being the only nominee in the category that has yet to release a solo album and beating out seasoned artists, Jennifer Lopez, Christina Aguilera, Selena Gomez and Shakira, for the coveted award.
The win is Naya’s first award outside of the Glee ensemble and will no doubt be the first of many to come.
You’ll probably recognize a couple Gleeks in Katy Perry‘s new celeb-filled music video for her song “Friday Night.” At the beginning you’ll see Darren Criss as Aaron Christopherson, and throughout the video Kevin McHale plays the adorkable Everett McDonald. Check out Kevin in character in a hilarious promo for the music video:
Other celeb cameos include Rebecca Black, Hanson, Kenny G, Corey Feldman, and Debbie Gibson. So what do you think?
Check out PerezHiltion.com‘s sneak peek of the Keane hit “Somewhere Only We Know” sung by Darren Criss and the guys of the Warblers. Of course it’s super-spoilery, but possibly my favorite Warbler performance yet.
So what do you guys think? If you want to admit to crying in the comments below, that is 100% understandable. I may have gotten a bit misty-eyed myself.
The amazingly talented Chris Colfer made the 2011 Time 100, Time Magazine‘s list of the 100 most influential people of 2011.
Through his role on Glee as Kurt Hummel, a gay teen suffering from bullying in high school, Chris has influenced millions across the world. Chris has been very outspoken about the bullying of gay students through his support of The Trevor Project, and he sends a positive message to anyone having a rough time fitting in, especially in high school.
Read what Chris Colfer’s co-star Dianna Agron (who plays Quinn Fabray) had to say:
Chris has wanted to be an actor, as he says, “since I was an embryo,” which gave him the determination to say, “Yes, I can,” despite the many who had said no. Chris, 20, lives by extreme truth, speaking out against the epidemic of bullying that he, too, faced in high school. The honesty that he infuses into his Glee character, Kurt, leaves you reeling. Our cast is blessed to hear things like “Your character has helped me through this, or helped me do that,” but none more so than Chris. To witness the power he gives to his audience firsthand? It’s wonderful.
Ashely Fink, who plays New Directions’ newest recruit Lauren Zizes, recently chatted with gURL.com about her first kiss, high school drama, and a lot more. Check out her hilarious video interview below!
It was a big night for Glee last night at the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, CA as they took home awards for three of their five nominations. Chris Colfer was named Best Supporting Actor in TV and expressed his gratitude in a very memorable acceptance speech by saying, “I think I just dropped my heart between Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore so if anyone sees that, please give it back to me,” and by thanking “all the amazing kids who watch our show and the kids that our show celebrate who are constantly told no by the people in their environments, by bullies at school that they can’t be who they are, or have what they want because of who they are… well, screw that, kids!”
While talking to the media after his win, Chris referred to himself as a “Cinderfella” and explained that he was fully expecting Eric Stonestreet from Modern Family to win. In fact, co-star — and his date! — Ashley Fink (who plays Lauren Zizes on Glee) had to push him up out of his seat to go accept his award because he was still in shock.
Jane Lynch secured the title of Best Supporting Actress in TV, joking in her acceptance speech that she was “nothing if not falsely humble,” going on to say she wanted to share the win with the “deranged young man” Ian Brennan, the mastermind writer behind all of Sue Sylvester’s dialogue before thanking her wife Laura and their two children.
For the second year in a row, Glee nabbed the Golden Globe for Best TV Series (Comedy or Musical) and the entire cast made their way to the stage to accept the award:
Check out Heather Morris, Matthew Morrison, Cory Monteith, Naya Rivera, Harry Shum Jr., and Modern Family‘s Sofia Vergara in the latest Funny or Die original, which was actually co-written by Heather Morris herself! Oh, HeMo. <3
The cast of Glee (unfortunately missing Chris Colfer, who had to stay in LA and film scenes with The Warblers) performed their signature song “Don’t Stop Believin’” on tonight’s episode of X-Factor! In a word: epic. Check out the full video of the cast’s performance below:
Does watching that video bring back memories of last summer’s Glee Live! Concert Tour for anyone else? I can’t wait to see them perform live again!
I am not homophobic. In fact, I have two gay dads. See, I was born out of love. My two dads screened potential surrogates based on beauty and IQ. Then they mixed their sperm together and used a turkey baster. To this day we don’t know which one is my real dad which I think is pretty amazing. — Rachel