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Exclusive Video: Glee's Guys Talk About Getting 'Naked'! Plus - Whose Pecs Were Photoshopped?

“They’re all naked, with just tiny little things covering their private parts.”

That’s Glee newbie¬†Becca Tobin’s 12-word summation of next week’s episode of the Fox hit, which finds Sam, Blaine and the rest of New Directions’ male membership posing for a cheeky calendar to raise money for regionals. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

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Exclusive Glee Photo: Blake Jenner and Melissa Benoist as Grease's Danny and Sandy

Grease was the word on the lips of Glee fans Thursday night as the cast list for McKinley’s production of the classic ’70s musical was announced.

Snagging the lead roles of Danny and Sandy were rookies Ryder (Blake Jenner) and Marley (Melissa Benoist), and we’ve got a first look at the pair channeling their inner John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John in next week’s episode. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTO

Glee Sneak Peek: Glee Project Champ Blake Jenner Arrives, Mercedes and Mike Return!

If you’ve suddenly got chills (and they’re multiplyin’) perhaps it’s got something to do with the kids of McKinley High School tackling Grease for their annual school production.

Indeed, in these preview photos from “The Role You Were Born to Play” — Episode 5 of Glee‘s current fourth season, airing Nov. 8 (9/8c, Fox) — a number of New Directions stalwarts are seen READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS

Glee Project Judge Robert Ulrich on 'Terrifying' Challenges and Winner Blake Jenner as...Blaine?

If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be in charge of casting for a major network TV show, The Glee Project will give you a pretty accurate idea, says head mentor/judge Robert Ulrich. “The mechanics of casting are exactly the same, just extended over an entire season,” says the man who also serves as casting director for the Glee mothership.

The one main difference, though, is …READ MORE

Glee Project Champ Blake Jenner on Bathroom Crying, Parrot Prison and...a Brittana Triangle?

How excited is Blake Jenner about winning Season 2 of Oxygen’s The Glee Project and scoring a seven-episode arc on the Glee mothership? “I feel like doing a million of the Superman jumps that I did right after I found out that I won,” says the 19-year-old Miami native, who moved to Hollywood two years ago this September to live the life of a struggling actor. “A really, really struggling actor,” he adds with a laugh.

But don’t cry for Jenner about …READ MORE