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Jennifer Lopez and 'Glee' Can't Find the Middle

Jennifer Lopez's dreams of making an appearance on her favorite TV show "Glee" have been put on hold - because there's no space for her. The singer/actress confirms she has been in talks with show creator Ryan Murphy about a guest spot - but it won't be this season. She explains, "We talked (about) me doing something on Glee... We want to do it but it doesn't fit in... They have it all mapped out for the next, like, eight episodes, whatever is airing right now. So he's like, 'Let's wait and do it really right when you do come on.' I was like, 'Yeah, yeah whatever. I'm a huge fan. Whenever you want (me), I'm good.' I kind of offered myself up." Murphy said back in January this year that he planned to have Lopez as a cafetaria lady of McKinley High. About the guest starring appearance of Lopez, Murphy said, "I have a meeting with Jennifer Lopez in a couple weeks. She wants to come on. We want her to be a cafeteria lady." Source Here

Fox to Re-Air Glee's Madonna Episode

Did your DVR cut off the end of the Madonna episode of Glee? You're in luck! Fox is going to re-air it this Friday. Tuesday's episode, titled "The Power of Madonna," featured several of Madonna's greatest hits - including Sue Sylvester's rendition of "Vogue." But because American Idol ran late, some DVR users missed the last few minutes. The episode attracted 13.5 million viewers, making it the night's highest-rated scripted series in the 18-to-49 demographic. Source Here

Glee Auditions (the Good)

There have been many, and by now we've seen everything the good, the bad and let's face it the ugly. However there have been one or two auditions that have made me sit up and pay attention. One of the best and undoubtedly funniest has been Jeigh Madjus's YouTube extravaganza: It's definitely worth watching and will brighten up your day. A feeling that for me has become synonymous with Glee. So here is my vote for Jeigh Madjus !

Will Glee Take on Madonna Again?

Was Glee missing a few key Madonna songs in the Madge-centric episode? The Fox series may be doing a sequel. Executive producer Ryan Murphy told Entertainment Weekly that he is talking to Madonna's camp about a follow-up that will feature six more songs from the pop idol. Tuesday's Madonna-themed episode attracted 13.5 million viewers, making it the night's highest-rated scripted series in the 18-to-49 demographic. Reps for the Fox series did not immediately respond to's request for comment. "Express Yourself" in the comments with what Madonna songs you'd like Glee to tackle next. And just in case you missed the last few minutes of the Madonna-themed episode because American Idol ran long, catch up with the full episode here. Source Here

'Glee' 1.16 Preview: April to the Rescue

Done with the highly-anticipated Madonna episode, " Glee " moves on with Kristin Chenoweth. The actress reprises her role as the former glee star of McKinley High in the episode "Home". "I'm gonna get myself a bikini wax and I'm gonna see you tomorrow," April Rhodes says after Will tells her he's divorcing his wife. In another side, Kurt sets his dad, Burt, up with an unexpected partner but his plan for a nuclear family may backfire. Sue demands that the Cheerios! go on a crazy diet in preparation for a big interview with "Splits" magazine. Sue tells Mercedes to drop the "attitude because there's a pound or two in that." "Home" airs on April 27. Allegedly, Chris Colfer will cover Dionne Warwick's "A House Is Not a Home" and there could be a mash-up of the same song with "One Less Bell to Answer" by Matthew Morrison and Chenoweth. Meanwhile, Amber Riley is due to sing Christina Aguilera's "Beautiful". On related news, the third "Glee" CD will be out on May 18 before the first season wraps up. Available in both standard and deluxe editions, "Glee: The Music, Volume 3 Showstoppers" is already up for pre-order on Amazon. It has 19 tracks excluding the 7 Madonna songs which are compiled in a separate mini album. Source & Preview

Ratings: Glee Keeps on Rocking; Parenthood Grows

Fox's one-two punch of American Idol and Glee led the network to another Tuesday night ratings win. The Madonna-themed episode of Glee expressed itself to 13.5 million viewers and was the night's highest-rated scripted series among the adults-18-to-49 demographic. The show only lost 5 percent in the demo compared to its record-setting return last week, and it did it following a weaker American Idol (19.1 million viewers), which was down 8 percent from the previous week. NBC took second place in the demo for the evening, as the recently renewed Parenthood (7.2 million viewers) grew to its highest rating in the demo since its premiere. It was preceded by The Biggest Loser, which drew 8.5 million viewers. ABC's programming was mostly down. A Dancing with the Stars results show (13.4 million viewers) was down 11 percent in the demo from the previous week to become the lowest-rated results show in the series' history. Lost (9.4 million viewers) also hit a series low among 18-to-49-year-olds, while V (6 million viewers) improved ever so slightly in the demo. CBS took fourth place for the night with repeats of NCIS (9.8 million viewers), NCIS: Los Angeles (10.2 million viewers), and The Good Wife (7.7 million viewers). The CW's repeats of 90210 and Life Unexpected each drew less than a million viewers. Source Here

Glee' Recap: Madonna Invades William McKinley High

Tuesday's (April 20) all-Madonna episode of "Glee" imparted an important lesson: Even the almighty Material Girl can be upstaged by the power of Sue Sylvester. From her shot-for-shot remake of Madonna's "Vogue" music video to her extra-acerbic insults of Will Schuester's hair, the Cheerios coach was just on. At most high schools, Madonna songs blaring at high volume over the loudspeaker would prove to be a bit distracting. Then again, most schools aren't William McKinley High, where Sue blackmailed Principal Figgins into playing her idol's music full blast to inspire the students to be more independent and powerful. (This also, conveniently, allowed as many Madonna songs as possible to be squeezed into the 44-minute episode.) Sue had her Cheerios harness Madge's power by encouraging them to troll the middle school for younger boyfriends and abandon their last names. She also choreographed a routine to "Ray of Light" involving stilts (not creepy — in fact, amazing) and hurled her greatest one-liner yet: "Sloppy freak-show babies. Somewhere in the English countryside in a stately manor home, Madonna is weeping." Following Sue's lead, Will made New Directions brainstorm Madonna numbers in an attempt to empower the female glee clubbers and discourage the guys' misogynistic tendencies. This brilliant idea struck him when he overheard Rachel asking the female gleeks for hypothetical romantic advice after her new boyfriend tried to get her to do it after a Wiggles concert. (Remember, Rachel and Vocal Adrenaline's Jesse St. James are secretly dating.) Unfortunately, guidance counselor Emma was no help. As we learned last week, she's a virgin, too, but she did have some pretty hilarious sex-education brochures. After Rachel's girl-power-y "Express Yourself," her duet with Finn on the "Borderline/ Open Your Heart" mash-up, and a clandestine meeting with Jesse in the Stephen Sondheim biography section of the library, where he apologized for pressuring her, she decided she would have sex with Jesse after all. But Rachel wasn't the only character contemplating losing her virginity: Emma took to heart Sue's quip that she wasn't powerful enough to have Madonna piped into her office and told Will it was on. Foreplay would start at 7:30 sharp. And Santana decided Finn was the younger, inferior man she needed in order to emulate Madonna. The resulting (and inevitable) "Like a Virgin" extravaganza followed the three couples on their sexual adventures and was perhaps the best "Glee" number yet, as far as integrating the song and choreography into the plot and allowing multiple characters to sing solos. All six shared vocal duties — even Santana! And she sounded great. Kurt and Mercedes made the Sue Sylvester "Vogue" video as a multimedia presentation for their New Directions Madonna song (it's almost indescribably amazing), and they were rewarded for their hard work in the form of positions as the Cheerios' new lead singers, roles they debuted with a cover of the Madonna/ Justin Timberlake duet "4 Minutes." Closing out the episode was a take on "What It Feels Like for a Girl" from the boys and a show-stopping "Like a Prayer," complete with gospel choir, from the whole gang.

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TV Tonight: What's On Tuesday 4/20

This Tuesday night would be a relatively slow TV night... that is, if all the good stuff wasn't on at the same time! Dancing with the Stars vs. American Idol , Glee vs. Lost ... How's a TV addict to decide?! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Dancing with the Stars on ABC American Idol on Fox The Biggest Loser on NBC 9/8c Glee on Fox Lost on ABC 10/9c V (Reimagined Series) on ABC Parenthood on NBC Justified on FX Law & Order: Criminal Intent on USA Network 16 and Pregnant on MTV -- season finale! 11:30/10:30c The Colbert Report on Comedy Central Don't forget to check out the SideReel editorial team's new page, [[ Reel Critics]! What will you be watching?

Tonight's TV Hot List: Tuesday, April 20, 2010

* Lost (9/8c ABC) Did the Locke monster really get rid of Desmond? And did L.A. Desmond really get rid of L.A. Locke? You won't get an answer here, but we will note that Henry Ian Cusick isn't listed in the guest cast for this episode, which finds the Locke monster's camp (Sawyer, Kate, Sayid) merging with Jack's group (formerly Ilana's, including Hurley, Sun, Alpert, Ben etc.). The merger won't be seamless. In L.A., meanwhile, the focus is on Jack. Finally, a programming note: A rerun (the Alpert episode, "Ab Aeterno") is scheduled for next week - to give you a breather before the final four. * Glee (8:59/7:59c Fox) Madonna doesn't show up in person, but her music - and her attitude - are all over this episode. Of course, you could say that Madonna's attitude infuses every episode that Sue's in (and she's in all of them), and in fact, McKinley High's most hiss-able villain gets a Madonna makeover tonight, courtesy of Mercedes and Kurt. The Material Girl's material is tied primarily to a story line about female empowerment, but "Like a Virgin," has a special resonance for several of the characters. * Dancing with the Stars (8/7c ABC) Last night the stars brought to mind stories of Hollywood glitz and glamour as they danced to songs from movies. But tonight's exiting star will get a reminder that not all movies have happy endings. We don't know who narrowly escaped elimination last week because Tom specified that though Niecy and Louis had to wait until the end to hear their fates, they weren't necessarily in the bottom two. That means the field is wide open for guessing who will go home. * Justified (10/9c FX ) Semi-regulars pop in and out of this show after indeterminate absences, just as folks do in real life. Remember Raylan's old neo-Nazi frenemy Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins)? He had found the Lord in his hospital bed after Raylan had shot him, and we'll now see how Boyd's body and soul are holding up. Meanwhile, Raylan's getting hit on again, this time by the widow of a horse breeder whose missing art collection he's trying to track down. Robert Picardo, Katherine LaNasa and Brett Cullen are in the guest cast. * The Biggest Loser : Couples (8/7c NBC) Volleyball star Gabrielle Reece hits the beach with the players tonight, leading them through a rigorous seaside workout. But first, the contestants face a special challenge when they learn the kitchen on the ranch is closed for the day. Instead of eating specially prepared cuisine, they must choose meals from a buffet featuring food with both high and low calories. But the task becomes more complicated when they learn that whoever eats the most calories wins the sole vote at elimination. Source Here