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14 February 2013 @ 06:03 am

I’m thrilled to finally share my maritime muses with you in A La Mode. These nautical up-dos illustrate the French phrase ‘a la mode’, which means to be in fashion and also with a scoop on top! The series was shot in my little Los Angeles apartment as well as a bed and breakfast in Pasadena where we shot Einstein’s old claw foot bathtub. The intricate coiffures were constructed by my brilliant hair team Suzii Andrews and Trevor Hite. They created everything I imagined and more! I’m so grateful for shoots like this where work and play are one in the same. I feel so lucky to create and collaborate with such warm and wonderful friends.

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14 February 2013 @ 09:50 am
Nothing charted.
Jean-Ralphio Saperstein
Glee favorite Mike O’Malley has joined the cast of NBC’ comedy pilot Welcome to the Family.

In the single-cam sitcom from Mike Sikowitz (Rules of Engagement), cultures collide when a white family and a Latino family are bonded together when their children fall in love and soon must deal with an unplanned pregnancy.

O’Malley will play Dan, an affable and charming orthodontist who’s not equipped to handle his 18-year-old daughter’s unexpected bun in the oven. But he is energized by the idea of starting his next chapter when she leaves the nest.

In addition to the Fox musical comedy, O’Malley’s credits include Yes, Dear; My Own Worst Enemy; My Name Is Earl and guest spots on Justified, Raising Hope and Parks and Recreation.

Jean-Ralphio Saperstein

While Glee star Jane Lynch may enjoy a quiet life at home (Lynch is step-mom to wife Lara Embry's daughter Haden, 11) her presence onscreen is anything but small.

"I am a homebody, so when I escape, I wouldn't want to go anywhere except my own little house," she says. "With my own little thoughts, my own little corner, and my own little chair."

She's earned both an Emmy and a Golden Globe for her role as trash-talking cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester on the hit Fox show, and she also lends her famous voice to the animated film Wreck-It Ralph, which is up for an Oscar this year.

The actress has hit her stride with animated roles. She voices the character Io (a one-eyed alien who struggles with anger management issues) in the new animated flick Escape From Planet Earth, which opens in theaters today.

Lynch spoke to PARADE about playing angry characters, Glee's future, and more.

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