Glee Star Previews 'One Helluva' Super Bowl Performance (No Zombies Involved)
Yes, yes, yes — Glee‘s Super Bowl episode, airing this Sunday after The Big Game, features quite the gridiron showstopper as New Directions tackles a mash-up of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” and the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s hit “Heads Will Roll.”
And yes, the episode features the Cheerios performing a rousing routine set to Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” (watch it here).
Glee Scoop At Globes: Anne Hathaway, Amy Adams, Paul McCartney, a Diva-Off and More!
Fox’s Glee took home three Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, but the show’s fans are the big winners, because that means the producers and cast were on hand to share lots of scoop about what’s ahead this winter and spring. On tap for coming episodes: surprise smooching, dueling divas, Sir Paul, Miss Hathaway and so much more!
Oxygen's Glee Project Searches for Next Brittany...
Or Santana. Or Blaine. Or even Mike Chang.
Basically, The Glee Project is “serious about growing talent” for Season 3 of its Fox counterpart, and with Glee bosses Ryan Murphy and Dante Di Loreto at the helm, that’s exactly what they intend to do. READ MORE
Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Chuck, Glee, Bones, Smallville, House, Grey's and more!
Want the latest word on the House/Cuddy romance? Curious who's zooming who on Glee? And would you like to know who's on their way back to Gossip Girl? Get those scoops and more from the TVLine debut of Ask Ausiello!
Glee's Chris Colfer Talks Golden Globes, Tonsillitis Outbreaks, and Romance with Blaine
To say Glee’s Chris Colfer is basking in the glow of his first Golden Globe nomination for his role as McKinley High’s estranged gay pioneer Kurt is a bit of an understatement. “I’m so excited, I’ve been … READ MORE
Glee Exclusive: Blaine, Kurt to Deliver Super Destiny’s Child Cover
Are the Dalton Academy Warblers about to fall on hard financial times? Sources confirm to me exclusively that Glee’s Darren Criss-fronted group will belt out a cover of the Destiny’s Child tune …READ MORE
Exclusive- Glee to promote Darren Criss to regular
Darren Criss is hitting all the right notes with his new Glee bosses. Hot on the heels of his well-received debut last night as Kurt’s gay role model Blaine, the actor/singer/songwriter is in talks to become a full-fledged series regular.
The promotion for Criss — who initially came on board the Fox hit as a recurring — would likely kick in at the start of the show’s already-greenlit third season.
This would mark the first regular TV gig for Criss whose biggest pre-Glee TV role was an arc on ABC’s short-lived Eastwick. He first found fame on the Internet as the star of YouTube viral hit A Very Potter Musical.
This story originally appeared on Deadline.com.