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15 November 2012 @ 02:12 am

Written by STACY TRAUB
Directed by BRAD FALCHUK

CONCEPT: At NYADA, Rachel gets a rare chance to participate in an important school competition, the outcome of which could have far reaching implications. Meanwhile, the gleeks are faced with a decision that impacts the future of New Directions.


KATE HUDSON Cassandra July
WHOOPI GOLDBERG Carmen Tibideaux
JAYMA MAYS Emma Pillsbury
ALEX NEWELL Wade ‘Unique’ Adams
IQBAL THEBA Principal Figgins
JACOB ARTIST Jake Puckerman
DEAN GEYER Brody Weston

From Gleezone:

Kurt seeks an all-important second audition for NYADA, he gets a chance to do something he never dreamt of. Rachel receives a nearly unprecedented honor at school, whipping up her rivalry with a jealous Cassandra. Meanwhile, Sue scores a major victory against the Glee Club, Sam confesses his feelings for another, two former rivals reach a long overdue accord, and Will offers Finn some much needed advice.
We've seen Dianna Agron sing, dance, and throw slushies on Glee as Quinn Fabary, but we didn't know that the Georgia-bred actress is also a visual artist in her own right. In her spare time, Dianna paints and takes photographs, and she's working on getting her screenplay made into a feature film. Nintendo's interactive Art Academy game, which teaches real-life art techniques using a stylus and touch-screen based tools, is a perfect outlet for Dianna's creative pursuits—so it's fitting that she's fronting the campaign. We spoke to Dianna about her return to Glee for the Thanksgiving episode (airing Nov. 29) and dreams of starring in a Broadway show Collapse )
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15 November 2012 @ 10:32 am
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15 November 2012 @ 03:03 pm

Jane Lynch wasn’t exactly sitting around waiting for some guy to make her his muse. He found her anyway.

The actress–comedienne spent a decade with Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre and toured with Second City. She did commercials, bit film roles, and TV guest spots. “I spent many, many, many years saying yes -- to everything,” she says. One of those yeses led her to Christopher Guest, and his improv mockumentary films (Best in Show, A Mighty Wind) helped make her just-off-center character work cultishly desirable.

She held her own alongside Steve Carell (The 40-Year-Old Virgin), Will Ferrell (Talladega Nights), and the other brash boys of mainstream comedy. And then another twisted scribe in need of an unexpected muse, Ryan Murphy, cast her in 2008 as Sue Sylvester, the amoral cheerleading coach whose acerbic insults are the strychnine sucker punch to Glee’s saccharine.

“I love people who make big choices, who don’t stay safe,” she says, naming former costars who serve as her own inspiration: William H. Macy, Felicity Huffman, and even Meryl Streep (“She might be playing a character who’s not as eccentric as Julia Child or Margaret Thatcher, but her stakes are always very high,” Lynch says of Streep, whose sister she played in Julie & Julia).

As Hollywood (again) discovers it has access to a deep untapped pool of female humorists, Lynch has started writing. “I’m spending a lot of time inside my head in a closed room,” she says, adding that she has been motivated in some ways by younger generations of self-assured women. “The difference between people like me and Amy Poehler and Tina Fey [is] there’s kind of an entitlement that they have to their right to have a seat at the table,” Lynch says. “They’re out there saying, ‘This is what I do, and this is why it’s funny. And if you don’t like it, you don’t like it.’ But it looks like everybody likes it.”

Though Lynch can say no whenever she pleases -- “It’s been a personal growth thing for me,” she says -- her yes list is bigger and brighter: In 2011, she hosted the Emmys; the year after she helmed Saturday Night Live. She’s won basically every trophy they give to a funny lady on TV, peppering her acceptance speeches with heartfelt thanks to her wife since 2010, Lara Embry, and their two children.

“It’s of course very normal and natural for me to talk about because it’s, you know, my life,” she says. “But it does strike me when I’m on the red carpet and Billy Bush says, ‘Oh, how’s your wife?’ ”

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15 November 2012 @ 03:19 pm

Last night, Amber Riley made her New York City Center debut in their limited run production of Cotton Club Parade, which is returning for seven performances through November 18. In the show, which is a Broadway-style revue that celebrates Duke Ellington's years at the famed Harlem nightclub in the 1920s, Riley gets to showcase the simply sublime skillset she's been honing since birth.

ETonline caught up with Riley this morning to find out how opening night went, what it means to be part of this iconic production and how it will inform the hotly anticipated next phase of her career!

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Dianna Agron is the best friend we all wish we had. She’s loves cat gifs, Yoshi and is full of sound advice and sisterly wisdom. The star of FOX’s Glee even loves video games, especially ones that can fit in her purse.

Although the newly-minted Nintendo ambassador admits she hasn’t decorated her shiny red Nintendo 3DS just yet, she wouldn’t be opposed to adding a few stickers, preferably ones with cats on them.

Needless to say, this Glee starlet has come a long way since Quinn Fabray. Not only is she the creator the artistic site You, Me and Charlie, but the actress also has an indie film with Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer – titled Malavita – coming out next year. But don’t worry Gleeks: Agron is making her triumphant return to McKinley just in time for Thanksgiving.

Celebuzz recently chatted with Agron on everything from Glee and Malavita to her BFF Taylor Swift.

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15 November 2012 @ 09:33 pm
Below check out a selection of quotes from this weekend’s all-new episode of MTV’s THIS IS HOW I MADE IT, featuring Flo Rida and “Glee’s” Amber Riley. The episode airs Saturday, November 17 at 12:00 p.m. ET/PT.

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15 November 2012 @ 10:05 pm