If "Glee" had Page Six, it would be Coach Sue’s Muckraker, the resurrected high-school newspaper filled with "Rumours." The malicious gossip aimed to dismantle the harmony among New Directions before Nationals.
Does Santana play for the other team? Is Quinn two-timing Finn, again? And is Kurt cheating on Blaine … with Sam?
All blind items that unravel as "Glee" gamely sings its way through the best-selling Fleetwood Mac album "Rumours," decked in 70?s schlock. Fondue, anyone?
In the meantime, Will Schuester battles the perception that he’s ready to jet McKinley’s halls and go on the "big Broadway," which the tempting vixen April Rhodes offers. Kristin Chenoweth’s character is back, after her Broadway run of an all-white "The Wiz" bombs, and we wished she stayed. She brings such lightness, humor and zaniness that’s endearingly button-nose cute. April’s version of "Dreams" turns into a dynamic duet with Will, with great chemistry and pitch-perfect style. A later duet for her one-woman show "Crossrhodes: The April Rhodes Story" shows off her operatic range, and their charismatic stage presence. Read More...