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13 December 2012 @ 09:15 am
Jennifer: Glee Christmas scoop?
The best character ever, Burt, will be back in the Christmas episode tonight and possibly playing a huge role in pushing Kurt and Blaine back together, even if just as friends. Oh, and Burt dies. At least, that's what Mike O'Malley told us. "Spoiler alert: I die! I die but I come back to life," he says. OK, he's kidding, but Glee did give him a heart attack so you never know. But even though we don't see Burt that often anymore, O'Malley is always willing to appear as Burt for as long as the show is on the air. "This season has been fantastic. I love the new cast members and the old cast members are still doing great," he gushes to us. "The show is alive and vibrant and awesome."


p.s. no golden globe nominations for glee for 2013
13 December 2012 @ 10:05 am
Nothing charted.
13 December 2012 @ 10:24 am

Enjoying a day out in sunny Burbank, Cory Monteith spent some time at a roller skating rink on Wednesday (December 12). The "Glee" hunk kept it simple in jeans and a long sleeve grey tee as he stood outside chatting with a fan in the parking lot before heading inside.
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"I'm the epitome of surprise and shocked!" Hayden Panettiere said of her first Golden Globe nomination in the supporting actress field for her role as Nashville's love to hate her Juliette Barnes. The Heroes alum says she felt a mix of emotions after waking up early for the first batch of nominations and went back to sleep, only to receive a call shortly afterward from her long-time manager. "I didn't know whether to ball hysterically or jump up and down on the bed so I decided to do both," Panettiere told THR.

Calling the role, which allows the Grammy-nominated singer to combine her love of music with acting, a dream come true, the actress said she felt vindicated after early critics were skeptical of her part in the ABC musical soap. "I feel like I'm going through the same struggles as Juliette: she wants to be respected in her craft, she knows how people perceive her and what they think she's capable of but she knows capable of more and I feel like I've been fighting the same battle and it's paid off. I'm so flattered and humbled."

With Nashville also picking up a nom for co-star Connie Britton and Smash earning a series mention, Panettiere noted Glee helped pave the way for musicals to have their moment in the spotlight. "Glee was the first to do that and hats off to them for continuing to make it work and Smash is proving this pattern; people are enjoying musicals and that's a great privilege for us."


p.s. watch nashville
betty when you call me you can call me val
13 December 2012 @ 04:05 pm
Artie, Brittany, Blaine, Wade, Marley, Tina, Sam, Jake & Ryder are singing +++++Collapse )

baby, play me something like 'here comes the sun'
The “Glee” star and author of “Struck by Lightning” is a fan of Carrie Fisher’s “Wishful Drinking”: “I love painfully honest authors who aren’t afraid to say, ‘I was a mess!’ ”

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New York Times
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13 December 2012 @ 11:46 pm
On “Glee” and Lea Michele, who idolizes Barbra on- and off-screen, she said, “I never saw ‘Glee’ until [I watched] a Golden Globe [show] when Ryan Murphy got an award and he thanked me. He said, ‘Thank you, Barbra Streisand.’ I said, ‘What? I don’t even know what you’re talking about.’ So that was when I saw ‘Glee.’ So, oh, the character (Lea’s) is sort of obsessed with me.”

“It’s very sweet because she (Lea) came to the last night of this concert at the Hollywood Bowl. She was too shy. Not that night but another night. It must have been some show (Grammy Awards’ MusiCares Feb. 2011 gala). She was too afraid to come up to me. I went up to her, ‘So you’re the girl, blah blah blah.’ It was very sweet.”

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