With the grand finale of the series getting closer every week, the writing on Glee has gone from whimsical to downright wacky in tone. For those of you wondering what the show has been desperately in need of, it’s more Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch). And this week, the musical series definitely delivers. Sue’s crowning moment is a solo that has her head popping out of lockers and file drawers. And I say that after also having seen robot drones with high definition cameras float through the halls of McKinley High on this show. More »
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‘Glee’ Recap: Sue Sylvester Is The Ultimate Bitch In “The Hurt Locker,” The Wanted’s Max George Sings “Rock Lobster”
In this extra special, emotionally charged episode of Glee, entitled “Jagged Little Tapestry,” the writers worked overtime to jam in as many socially conscious moments as possible. Without giving away too much at the top, let’s just say there were three pretty big bombs dropped during the episode, all done to the tunes of some particular ’70s and ’90s classics. More »
Hot on the news that he signed a deal with Warner Bros. records and is planning to drop his third studio album this summer (with Max Martin at the helm and a single on the way this April — woo hoo!) , former finalist Adam Lambert turned up to the fourth round of auditions for American Idol in New York City in last night’s episode.
Adam was filling in for an absent Keith Urban, and regular judges Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick Jr. welcomed the “Whataya Want From Me” singer with open arms. Upon his arrival, Lopez told Lambert with a smile, “Welcome to the other side of the table.”
As the first former contestant to return as a guest judge, Adam delivered some memorable moments for TV viewers and, most importantly, his loyal fans. We rounded up just a few of them below! More »
‘Glee’ Recap: Rachel Berry Lets It Go, Comes Home To McKinley For The Final Season’s Two-Hour Premiere
For the premiere of its sixth and final season, Glee returned Friday night (January 9) with a whopping two-hour premiere that featured back-to-back episodes, “Loser Like Me” and “Homecoming.” This season, the show is going back to its roots by bidding New York City farewell, returning to the setting of McKinley High and bringing back the original lineup of the Season 1 cast. It’s clear that the main focus will be the trials and tribulations of former glee club darling, Rachel Berry (Lea Michele). More »
In addition to learning the identity of the winner, the episode was packed with songs from guest performers including Jennifer Nettles, Phillip Phillips, Kiss, Aloe Blacc, Demi Lovato, Paramore, John Legend, Jason Mraz, Richard Marx, Darius Rucker and Lady Antebellum. Not to be left out, judges Jennifer Lopez, Harry Connick Jr. and Keith Urban also got on stage to perform together. Former host and mentor, Randy Jackson also joined in on the fun. Heck, host Ryan Seacrest even did his best to sing a tune. More »
For the occasion, host Ryan Seacrest is decked out in a white tuxedo jacket, black bow tie and pants. The two finalists emerge onto the stage, each looking very much like rock stars. The judges, not to be outdone, are also looking fabulous with Jennifer Lopez in a leather and sparkle dress and her hair done up like Brigitte Bardot in her heyday. Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr. are looking fancy in jackets and big smiles.
We get a flashback clip of Jena asking Caleb to prom. This prompts Idol to film a throwback prom vignette. Despite myself, I find it quite cute. I hope they actually do go to prom together. More »
To open the show, host, Ryan Seacrest enters the stage with his new beautiful, black puppy named Georgia, whom he quickly passes off to a handler off stage. The top three contestants look pained as they sit in the lounge waiting for the results show to commence. Our beloved judges arrive, Keith Urban looking rock and roll in his signature leather jacket, t-shirt and jeans. Harry Connick Jr.‘s all dressed up in a suit and Jennifer Lopez is a bedazzled dream in a tight-fitting Pucci dress and a braided updo. More »
The episode starts with a montage of wacky moments from the history of the series. From there, the top three contestants emerge, looking more excited than nervous somehow. Caleb Johnson is suffering from a vocal chord hemorrhage but they weirdly bring a doctor to the stage to give him the public go-ahead.
The judges arrive and Jennifer Lopez looks like a beautiful mermaid. Fellow judge Harry Connick Jr. calls it out, dubbing her #MermaidPrincess. From there, we see footage of all the contestants returning home to parades, tons of fans and lots of family. More »
The show opened with what has now become a familiar scene this season, the remaining finalists gathered around a dinner table discussing the prior night’s performances. The kids chat with each other like old friends and profess their love before leaving the table to learn of their fate. It’s easy to completely breeze past the fact that there are two people sitting at the table who chose not to save Sam Woolf. #NeverForget #Betrayal. More »