Glee doesn't return for the second half of the season until April 13, but already there is great news about one particular episode guest starring Neil Patrick Harris. EW.com is reporting that Neil Patrick Harris will play Bryan Adam (haha), an arch-nemesis of Will Scheuster, and now a new board member at the school. It seems that Bryan was quite the singing ladies man back in the day, and always got all the chicks and all the solos when in the glee club with Will. But times have changed and Bryan has become quite vengeful. "Show choir ruined his life, made him feel he could be a star, but all he could do is book Carnival cruises," states the EW source. Bryan attempts to cut the school's art funding which sets off a climactic duet between NPH and Matthew Morrison, who plays Will Schuester. To Read More Click Here .
It's official: Neil Patrick Harris' forthcoming guest appearance on Glee will without a doubt be legen - wait for it here it comes - dary. I just got my hands on some fresh intel surrounding Harris' role in the Joss Whedon-helmed episode, so you best stop reading, spoilerphobes! According to a Glee insider, NPH will play Bryan Adam (ha!), a high school glee club nemesis of Will's (Matthew Morrison) who resurfaces as a board member at William McKinley. To Read More Click Here .
"Glee" cast are going on tour the second time around, not only to promote the movie but also to answer the demand. The popular FOX show is taking concert stages this spring in several cities such as Los Angeles and New York City. The jaunt is kicked off May 16 in Phoenix, Arizona. "Glee Live! In Concert!" is a four-city engagement that will present some of the show's musical numbers such as "Somebody to Love", "Don't Stop Believing", "Sweet Caroline" and "Jump". Tickets for the Arizona concert will be sold for public starting Friday, March 12 at 10 A.M. while the tickets for the rest of the shows will be sold the next day at 9 A.M. For American Express cardholders, there is an exclusive pre-sale on March 5. "This has been such an extraordinary year for 'Glee' and I can't think of a better way to finish up the first season than performing live on stage with the cast," said Lea Michele aka Rachel. Cory Monteith chimed in, "This show has changed my life in so many ways. If you had told me a year ago that I'd be performing classic rock songs in concert theaters around the country, I would never have believed you. We are psyched!" To Read More Click Here .
After months of talk about Glee hitting the road with a live stage show, Fox has officially announced that our favorite gleeks are going on tour. The Glee Live! In Concert! tour, that is. And when we say our favorite gleeks, we mean it. We're talking Lea Michele (Rachel), Cory Monteith (Finn), Amber Riley (Mercedes), Chris Colfer (Kurt), Kevin McHale (Artie), Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina), Mark Salling (Puck), Dianna Agron (Quinn), Naya Rivera (Santana), Heather Morris (Brittany), Harry Shum Jr. (Mike) and Dijon Talton (Matt)...every single member of New Directions! "The response of the fans to our little show has been so immediate and so gratifying, we wanted to get out and thank them live and in person," says show mastermind Ryan Murphy. "And what show lends itself more to a concert than Glee? We can't wait to take this show on the road and the actors couldn't be more excited to perform live for audiences in these four cities." Yes, you read correctly--Ryan did say just four cities. Where will the Glee tour stop, and when can you see them? Here's where they're headed... * May 18, Phoenix: Dodge Theatre * May 20, Los Angeles: Gibson Amphitheatre * May 21, Los Angeles: Gibson Amphitheatre * May 25, Chicago: Rosemont Theatre * May 26, Chicago: Rosemont Theatre * May 28, New York: Radio City Music Hall * May 29, New York: Radio City Music Hall So, it's not the world tour you might have hoped for, but it's defintiely worth the trip to see Corey Monteith perform "Somebody to Love" live onstage, right? Read More: EOnline - This Just In: Glee Live! In Concert! Seriously!
Get gleeful for "Glee"! Those cute school and show choir outfits were honored Thursday night (Feb. 25) at the Costume Designers Guild Awards. "Glee's" Lou Eyrich won for her contemporary costume design for a TV series, while AMC's "Mad Men" designer Janie Bryant took home the prize for period/fantasy TV series costuming. To Read More Click here .
We hate to break it to you, but Glee has had us all fooled! If you're still under the impression that Fox's musical extravaganza is nothing more than fun-filled family entertainment, Jessalyn Gilsig (Terri) has some shocking news: "Will is a whore." Come again? Yes, Jessalyn is seriously serious and tells us that when Glee returns in April, we're going to see a less-than-flattering side of her former onscreen hubby. In fact, Mr. Schue (Matt Morrison) sounds downright dirty... When asked which lucky lady Mr. Schue might be getting busy with, Jessalyn tells us, "Everybody." A 'ho fo' sho'! (But a damn fine one.) Since Matt and Jessalyn just told us about their rebooted love triangle - or lack thereof - we grilled her on the important things, like where's Terri's new man? "It's all switching up," Jessalyn says with a laugh. "Terri was supposed to be so awful. But Terri was driven by love, and it turns out that Will is a whore. Lets just say Terri was right." Right or not, Jessalyn teases that while Terri and Will are done for now, she's by no means finished with Emma (Jayma Mays). "You know Terri, can't keep her down! She's going to make some trouble. It's not over; it's never over - especially with that redhead," she laughs. "There's just no way I'm letting her go. Terri's going to stir this pot some more." However, let the record show that we suggested Terri hook up with the always amazing Neil Patrick Harris (Ryan Murphy, are you reading this?!), and Jessalyn is 100 percent on board. "Oh, I like that! But Terri will kiss anyone." Fair enough. To Read More Click Here .
Actress Jane Lynch is delighted her idol Olivia Newton-John agreed to a cameo appearance in "Glee" - because her dog is named after the "Grease" star. Lynch's character, sports teacher Sue Sylvester, will sing hit track "Let's Get Physical" with Newton-John in an upcoming episode of the musical show. And the 49 year old admits it's a dream come true to perform with the singer/actress. She says, "Sue Sylvester will be singing 'Let's Get Physical' with Olivia Newton-John. I cannot wait to meet her. I met her once at a premiere of a movie she did but this will be (better). I'll get to hang out with her." "I named my dog after her! I was a huge fan of hers and always loved the name too, so Olivia Newton-John lives in my dog Olivia." Source Here
It may have only been a rumor when it was first reported, but it's 100% confirmed now: Neil Patrick Harris will appear this spring on Glee . According to a show insider, "fans will love" the guest-starring stint (as if there was ever any doubt!). What role will the How I Met Your Mother star portray on the musical comedy? To Read More Click here .
While Glee is on a long midseason hiatus, the cast and crew are hard at work with new episodes, set to debut on April 13th. Recently, I spoke to one of the show's stars, Dianna Agron, who plays the pregnant, former cheerleader Quinn Fabray. Fabray spoke about what's to come on the show, including the return of Kristin Chenoweth and Joss Whedon directing an upcoming episode. To Read More Click Here .
First Lady Michelle Obama has invited the " Glee " cast to perform before her and her family at the White House Easter Egg Roll. The Obama girls, Malia and Sasha, are reportedly big fans of the show, and so is Michelle. Fox sources have confirmed to Entertainment Weekly that producers of the musical series have re-arranged their hectic schedule to accommodate the honorable gig. The annual event, which is also attended by important people, will be held on April 5 this year. The show meanwhile, will be back on screen with original episodes on April 13. Stacy Ferguson aka Fergie of Black Eyed Peas performed at last year's bash. This year, the President and First Lady have announced that the theme will be "Ready, Set, Go!", promoting health and wellness. The event will feature live music, sports courts, cooking stations, storytelling and Easter egg rolling. Children aged 12 and younger are welcomed to the South Lawn for the egg hunt. Tickets will be distributed through an online lottery system which will be run on March 1. The result will be announced three days later at Recreation.gov. Source Here