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Re: "Glee" anybody?
« Reply #120 on: June 13, 2011, 10:03:04 pm »



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http://www.celebuzz.com/2011-06-13/giveaway-alert-win-tickets-to-see-darren-criss-live-in-nyc/





Giveaway Alert!
Win Tickets to See Darren Criss
Live in NYC!

Written by Mike Hess
13 hours ago





Celebuzz has already given away one pair of tickets (plus hosted the presale) for Darren Criss‘ big New York City concert this Wednesday (June 15). And now, you’ve got one last shot to snag tickets to the totally-sold-out show.

That’s right … We’ve got another pair of tickets to Darren’s Irving Plaza show set for June 15 at 8pm (doors open at 7pm). So how do you enter to see your favorite Glee/Starkid  crooner in action?

All you have to do is “Like” Celebuzz on Facebook and drop a comment on our FB discussion or in this post telling us the one New York City location you’d love to take Darren to. We’ll randomly pick one winner on Tuesday, June 14 at 3pm EST / noon PST. Creativity will be rewarded (and keep it classy/PG).

The show is at Irving Plaza on June 15 (doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm). Transportation to NYC and the venue will not be provided.


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All you have to do is “Like” Celebuzz on Facebook and drop a comment on our FB discussion or in this post telling us the one New York City location you’d love to take Darren to.


Yeah, I know where  I'd love to take Darren!

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Re: "Glee" anybody?
« Reply #121 on: June 14, 2011, 07:10:43 pm »




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Re: "Glee" anybody?
« Reply #122 on: June 18, 2011, 08:58:09 am »



http://www.popeater.com/2011/06/17/gwyneth-paltrow-glee-concert/

Gwyneth Paltrow Surprises Crowd
at 'Glee'  Concert in New Jersey

By Tracey Harrington McCoy 
Posted Jun 17th 2011 06:30PM



[youtube=425,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=CHHMCgQTry8[/youtube]


The crowd at Thursday night's 'Glee'  tour stop in East Rutherford, New Jersey, got a big surprise when former 'Glee'  guest star, Gwyneth Paltrow, hopped on stage, PEOPLE reports. The audience went wild when the Academy Award-winning actress appeared dressed as her character, Holly Holiday, and launched into Cee Lo Green's 'Forget You.'

Paltrow, whose appearance at the concert was taped for the upcoming 'Glee  The 3D Concert Movie,' jumped around and danced with different members of the McKinley High gang.

This wasn't the first time Paltrow performed Green's hit song. In addition to belting it out on 'Glee,'  she also sang it on 'Saturday Night Live'  and at the Grammy Awards.

Jane Lynch, aka Sue Sylvester, also made a cameo at the concert, singing alongside Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Mark Salling.
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Re: "Glee" anybody?
« Reply #123 on: July 15, 2011, 01:24:53 pm »
Over lunch today I read in the newspaper that Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, and Corey Monteith will be "graduating" from Glee at the end of Season 3.
"It is required of every man that the spirit within him should walk abroad among his fellow-men, and travel far and wide."--Charles Dickens.

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Re: "Glee" anybody?
« Reply #124 on: September 28, 2011, 03:42:51 pm »



Darren Criss Says
Kurt Hummel is the Better Kisser
Teen.com

[youtube=425,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZJDkfjDa2w&feature[/youtube]


http://www.teen.com/glee-darren-criss-exclusive-video-interview/


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Re: "Glee" anybody?
« Reply #125 on: October 24, 2011, 12:11:43 pm »


http://www.aoltv.com/2011/10/24/chord-overstreet-glee-season-3/#photo-5


It's Official:
Chord Overstreet
is Back on 'Glee'

by Chris Harnick
posted Oct 24th 2011 10:10AM




Chord Overstreet is officially returning to 'Glee.'

Let's recap his history with the show: He's in! Out! In? Out! IN! Fox has confirmed Trouty Mouth will be back for a multi-episode guest arc beginning this December.

"We love Chord and have always said that we wanted him back," Ryan Murphy, 'Glee'  executive producer and co-creator, said in a statement. "So here's an early Christmas present for all the Gleeks -- Sam is coming back to McKinley, and just in time for sectionals!"

Overstreet joined the cast as recurring character Sam Evans in the beginning of Season 2. Sam was last seen holding hands with Mercedes in the Season 2 finale.

After Overstreet wasn't picked up as a series regular, the show offered him the chance to return as a recurring player. That deal didn't happen (until now) and the show wrote the character out, having him move away during the summer break. However, all that is moot now!

Will he come back and join New Directions, Shelby's rival McKinley High School glee, the Warblers or a completely different group?

'Glee' returns Tues., Nov. 1, 8PM ET on Fox
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Re: "Glee" anybody?
« Reply #126 on: November 12, 2011, 01:31:39 pm »

http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment/2011/11/glee-glee-recap-losing-it.html


Glee  Recap: Losing It
By Lindy West
11/9/11 at 12:13 PM


Glee
The First Time
Season 3 | Episode 5


I’d just like to start off by saying that I think this was one of the most genuine, nicely plotted, musically adept, borderline-moving episodes of Glee  I’ve seen in a long time—by far the best episode of the season. Kurt and Blaine’s tentative sexual relationship is treated with a respect and sensitivity not usually afforded gay characters in prime time, to the point that this might even be a groundbreaking piece of television (last night, people in America’s Heartland, probably over some sort of braised meat, watched two well-adjusted gay teenagers have fulfilling, unregrettable sex—and that is CRAZY). The Coach Beiste story line (see below) is humane and sweet. Plus, the musical numbers sounded like actual humans actually singing! Nicely done, Glee.  That said, now I will make fun of you because you are still totally bonkers.

Hey, Artie exists! In case you forgot! (I did!) He starts the episode off with a monologue about how directing the musical has led him to his new passion in life: yelling at people. Opening night of West Side Story is just days away, but there’s one great, big, throbbing problem: Rachel and Blaine (Maria and Tony) have zero chemistry! And Artie thinks he knows why — both of those losers are total virgins. (It couldn’t possibly be because one is a gay and one is a huge asshole.) Artie’s directorial solution is to publicly shame his teenage stars into running out and losing their virginities in time for the big show! Because a high school musical production is just that important (no, it’s not). Confidential to Artie: Even porn directors aren’t allowed to coerce their actors into having sex. You are creeping me out.

Kurt is worried that Blaine doesn’t find him sexually attractive, a strange concern for a man choosing to wear a knit leopard-print duster with a matching tie. "Tearing off all of your clothes is sort of a tall order,” explains Blaine. "Because of the layers?" “Yes.” And also the motion sickness.

As it turns out, there’s another virgin lurking on campus: COACH BEISTE. She confides in Artie (!?!!?) that she’s just never found the right guy, although she does have a crush on the visiting recruiter from Ohio State. “That’s my type,” she says (your type is recruiters from Ohio State?). Ever the romantic, now Artie is on the case. Because of course: It’s just a wheelchair-bound child helping his gym teacher lose her virginity at age 47. Which is not at all weird or creepy!

Blaine, encased in the World’s Ridiculousest Pants™, goes to visit the Warblers for some reason and walks right into a rousing rendition of “Uptown Girl” — an adorable and refreshing choice seeing as it’s actually the kind of song an a cappella group might actually sing. There’s a new Warbler in town — his name is Sebastian, he is not wearing a leopard-print duster with a matching tie, and he clearly wants to get his hands on Blaine’s virgin warblers. Blaine, his pants, and his warblers are intrigued. He sets up a secret date with Sebastian, at which Sebastian reveals that he used to live in Paris where he drank Courvoisier like it was mother’s milk (WHERE WAS YOUR ACTUAL MOTHER?). Then, by chance, Kurt shows up, wearing — how do I even write down what Kurt is wearing? — basically a white button-down Nehru-collared shirt beneath a fitted, asymmetrical military tablecloth formal capelet. Kurt flies into a jealous rage, but due to the restrictive capelet, he is unable to move his arms and commit hot-blooded gay murder. Instead, the three agree to go out to a gay bar called Scandals, because that is obviously a great idea.

Rachel heads to Finn’s house for her ritual deflowering. An excited Finn feeds Rachel some romantic meat—it’s real meat but Finn tells her it’s fake meat because he is thoughtful. Then, after dinner, it’s time for him to feed her his real real meat (sorry!!!). Except oops! Rachel, the most selfish human alive, reveals that she only wants to bang him to help her performance in the musical! "I'm doing this because I love you, AND so that I can act better!" Finn flips out and calls off the de-virginization ceremony, pretending like it isn’t just because of Rachel’s horrible boner-killing knee socks. But we all know it is. It is.

Oh no! (Oh yes!) Mike Chang’s overbearing Asian father is back! He shows up at school in the middle of the day (WHY AREN’T YOU AT WORK, BRO?) to yell at Mike, again, about how starring in the musical is impractical and brings shame on the family or whatever. Then they do the best acting ever:

Dad Chang: "When I was in high school I wanted to be a tennis player. But then I had to wake up that I wasn't good enough! Grow up, Michael! You need to learn the difference between grown-up dreams and kid dreams."

Mike Chang: "I'm not going to be a doctor. I will be a professional dancer!"

Dad Chang: "As long as you continue to waste your life with this silly fantasy, you will no longer be my son."

Mike Chang: "Then I guess I don't have a dad anymore."

Dad Chang: “Correct. That is what I am proposing.”

I made up that last part. But seriously, Mike. Way to keep up.

Back to Coach Beiste! Her beloved (whose name, by the way, is “Cooter”) asks her out on a date, which makes her cry, which made me cry KIND OF. "You're the kind of man that could have any pretty girl he pointed at,” she says, “and I don't look the way pretty girls look." "Good,” he replies, “Because I don't date girls. I just date women. Beautiful women, like you." FUCKING AWWWWWWW! (I’ve still got my eye on you, Artie.)

Rachel asks all the girls to weigh in on their feelings about sex and virginity. It’s quite sweet. Quinn advises caution, Mercedes is an asshole, Tina is pro, and Brittany reveals that she was raped by a stranger at cheerleading camp, which the show apparently think counts as a punchline (it’s wacky, see, because Brittany thought it was a martian).

Over at Scandals, Kurt notes that his fake ID says his name is Chaz Donaldsworth. (I would like to take this moment to propose a Chaz Donaldsworth spin-off.) Blaine spends the whole night dancing with Sebastian while Kurt pouts, and has a chat with former bully and former closet case Karofsky, who has been dressed up by the costume department to look 50 years old. Then Blaine almost kind of sort of tries to date-rape Kurt in the car because of romance. But he doesn’t. Because he’s no GUY WHO CREPT INTO BRITTANY’S TENT AT CHEERLEADING CAMP.

It’s opening night of the musical! Oh my god! Rachel decides that they have to cancel the show because she’s still a virgin. Instead, everyone just listens to Artie make an emotional speech about the hardships of his disability: "When you're in a chair, it's hard to ever feel like a grown-up. Everybody's always doing stuff for you, they get freaked out about saying the wrong thing ... Sometimes it's hard to ever picture a life of being totally self-sufficient. But directing you guys — the way you trusted me, the way you looked at me and listened to me, it's the first time in my life I ever felt like a grown man." "We haven't officially thanked you for everything that you've done for us,” says everyone. Like yell at us and pressure us into losing our virginities. You’re the best, Artie. (Note: I really do like Artie — I just think he’s hella creepy in this episode.)

Cut to Finn crying in the shower for literally one second. Terrible editing.

Then the musical goes off without a hitch! Everyone looks darling, the songs are classics done well, but I will never forgive them for not letting us see Kurt as Officer Krupke. Everyone involved in that decision should be deported to space. After “America,” Rachel utters possibly the greatest line ever written for television: "How are we, as virgins, supposed to follow THAT?!"

Luckily, they’re not virgins for long. Both couples make up, Finn quits crying, and the episode closes with simultaneous teen intercourse — which, as we all know, consists of both partners lying on their sides and pointing their knees toward each other. Ahhh, I’ll never forget the first time I lay on my side and pointed my knees at another person. It was a beautiful thing. Thanks for being so brave, Glee. (No, but seriously, it was kind of brave and I’m sure lots of gay teens are grateful. XOXO.)
"Tu doives entendre je t'aime."
(and you know who I am...)


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Re: "Glee" anybody?
« Reply #127 on: December 06, 2011, 06:40:31 pm »


Actually, I   know
why Mark Salling
is feeling punk--
He fractured his pelvis
a week ago--ouch!
 :-X :-X :'( :'(
http://www.celebuzz.com/2011-12-06/aw-glee-stars-mark-salling-chord-overstreet-cuddle-up-on-set-photo/

Aw! ‘Glee’ Stars
Mark Salling & Chord Overstreet
Cuddle Up on Set

by Amanda Hasaka
2 hours ago



Don’t forget to tune into Glee  for Chord’s return when it airs tonight at 9 PM on FOX!
Who says bros can’t cuddle?
 
While taking a break from filming Glee on Tuesday, it appears as though Chord Overstreet was trying to keep Mark Salling warm during an unusually cold December morning in Southern California. Their new co-star and The Glee Project  winner Damian McGinty, is the one responsible for snapping (and tweeting) this adorable photo. And for that which, we thank him!
 
Or maybe Mark is just tuckered out from hitting up the New Year’s Eve premiere on Monday night?

Mark, along with a slew of his Glee buds, including Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Darren Criss, all showed up to support Lea’s first big screen role. Check out some photos below!

http://www.celebuzz.com/2011-12-06/aw-glee-stars-mark-salling-chord-overstreet-cuddle-up-on-set-photo/

Don’t forget to tune into Glee for Chord’s return when it airs tonight at 9 PM on FOX!

"Tu doives entendre je t'aime."
(and you know who I am...)


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Re: "Glee" anybody?
« Reply #128 on: December 07, 2011, 12:54:42 pm »
I heard on the radio this morning that an upcoming episode of Glee will be an all Michael Jackson episode.


Tell him when l come up to him and ask to play the record, l'm gonna say: ''Voulez-vous jouer ce disque?''
'Voulez-vous, will you kiss my dick?'
Will you play my record? One-track mind!

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Re: "Glee" anybody? Well, Glee says: All I Want For Christmas Is You!!
« Reply #129 on: December 10, 2011, 01:15:17 am »



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(And I HAVE to add this!)


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"Tu doives entendre je t'aime."
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Cowboy Curtis (Laurence Fishburne)
and Pee-wee in the 1990 episode
"Camping Out"