Mark Salling launched his official website marksallingmusic.com on Oct. 31 and posted his personal tribute to the cast and crew of that show we all love. I think it's really sweet and I'm liking him more and more : ) Check it out here: Glee Tribute P.S. Isn't that photo absolutely swoon -worthy? :D
Actor Cory Monteith and actress Lea Michele are the latest celebs who become the target of romance rumors. Though they have insisted that they are just friends, speculation is brewing that they are embarking on a love relationship. Playing it coy when asked to confirm about the nature of their relationship, Cory and Lea however have nothing but praise for each other. "He's great and he makes me laugh," Lea tells OK! Magazine. As for Cory, he says "We've become very close friends." Fox's comedy-musical series " Glee " witnesses Cory Monteith portraying the character of Finn Hudson, a popular high school quarterback with movie star looks and a Motown voice who must protect his cool reputation with his holier-than-thou girlfriend. Lea, meanwhile, stars as Rachel Berry, a perfectionist firecracker who is convinced show choir is her ticket to stardom. Source Here
Check out the first photo of Everwood Alumn Sarah Drew guest starring as Suzy Peppers on Glee Episode 10 "Ballads" airing Wednesday November 18 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on Fox. Episode Synopsis: Mr. Schuester splits the Glee Club into pairs to sing their favorite ballad, but when one kid gets sick, he's forced to step in and winds up in a sticky situation. Meanwhile, Finn and Quinn have to face the music when dinner with her parents (guest stars Gregg Henry and Charlotte Ross) goes awry in the all-new Ballad episode of Glee airing Wednesday, Nov. 18 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on Fox. Source Here
There's still one more week until Glee returns (Wednesday, Nov. 11 at 9/8c, Fox), so in lieu of a new episode, we caught up with Mark Salling, who plays Puck, the arrogant jock and true father to Quinn's baby. Salling dives head first into the issue of the love quadrangle, and his take on things will probably give some hope to Rachel (Lea Michele) and Puck fans. Unfortunately, the news isn't as good for Quinn (Dianna Agron) and Finn (Cory Monteith). To Read More Click Here .
A few hours before the first volume hit the stores in United States, " Glee : The Music Vol. 2" is announced coming on December 8. The second installment of tracks featured on the Fox's musical series "Glee" season 1 will contain 17 tracks like its predecessor. The tracklisting which has just been released contains both solo and choral covers of popular songs such as Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors" and Lily Allen's "Smile". There is also another song called "Smile" which is actually a cover of Charlie Chaplin's classic sung by Dianna Agron in the show. The ensemble piece meanwhile is Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Proud Mary" which will be performed in the upcoming episode called "Wheels". Other songs in future episodes are taken from two feature films "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" from "DreamGirls" and "Don't Rain on My Parade" from "Funny Girl". The former is sung by Amber Riley while the latter is performed by Lea Michele. On another news, the singles from the first volume are experiencing chart success with the lead track "Don't Stop Believing" being certified Gold for selling over 500,000 downloads. Seven songs from "Vol. 1" in fact are occupying slots in the Top 200 of iTunes Top Songs chart. Tracklisting of "Glee: the Music Vol. 2" according to Amazon.com: 1. "Proud Mary" 2. "Endless Love" 3. "I'll Stand By You" 4. "Don't Stand So Close To Me"/"Young Girl" 5. "Crush" 6. "(You're) Having My Baby" 7. "Lean On Me" 8. "Don't Make Me Over" 9. "Imagine" 10. "True Colors" 11. "Jump" 12. "Smile" (Lily Allen cover) 13. "Smile" (Charlie Chaplin cover) 14. "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" 15. "Don't Rain On My Parade" 16. "You Can't Always Get What You Want" 17. "My Life Would Suck Without You" Source Here
Surely, fellow gleeks, you watched the World Series last Saturday just to watch the Glee cast perform the National Anthem. Me, I was out over the weekend, so I watched it on YouTube instead--and man, if Mercedes complained about not getting that many solos in the television show, then I'm sure Amber Riley is beeeaming at the chance to lead the whole cast in the performance. If you haven't seen it--and by now, I think you should've-- here's the video anyway and more Photos .
There's been some talk about which one among the Glee cast members will get a solo album first. Just when it felt that Lea Michele will get first dibs, it dawns on us: it's not her, it's Matthew Morrison. In an interview with Access Hollywood, the guy we all know as Will Schuester--or maybe as the guy on Broadway's Hairspray and The Light in the Piazza, among others--confirmed that he will be working on his own album soon. "Right now, I've almost finalized a record deal and am going to be working on an album," he said. "I would consider it a classier Justin Timberlake album," he added. "It's going to be me and a big orchestra, but also with beats." So I smell some swinging beats with rapping? Not that JT rapped, but you know. Morrison says the upcoming solo effort is just part of his master plan to make it big in the industry. "I want to be like the next Gene Kelly," he said. "I want to kind of do it all. I want to have a career in movies, television, music and Broadway--but have them all be separate, their own entities." He also confirmed that he won't be part of the reported Glee tour set for summer next year. "You probably know as much as I do about it," he said. "I just read about it online. I don't think I'm going to be involved in that. Mr. Schuester likes to take his summer break." Well, Mr. Shue, we still have an album to listen to, so we don't really mind. Source Here
There's a reason the critics are raving about Glee , and it's not its hard-hitting approach to tackling teen issues. It's the musical performances! The Gleeks' interpretations of a wide range of ballads, raps, rock anthems and show tunes are what make this campy new series just plain fun. The show's first soundtrack album, Glee: The Music, Volume 1, hits stores today. To celebrate - and to sustain yourself through the hiatus - check out a list of our favorite musical numbers (and a few of our least favorites) and weigh in with your list. Song: "Don't Stop Believin'" Original Artist: Journey Why We Loved It: It's the song that started the Gleek phenomenon, and what a way to kick it off. The talented kiddies of McKinley High take the '80s power ballad and use it as their mantra to get New Directions off the ground. Their peppy cover reached the No. 1 spot on iTunes. Song: "Somebody to Love" Original Artist: Queen Why We Loved It: It's not hard to find somebody to love in this Lea Michele-Cory Monteith duet, who handle the song's complex melodies with layered vocals and cool harmonies. Next question: When do we get to hear their "Bohemian Rhapsody?" Click here to watch the video Song: "Alone" Original Artist: Heart Why We Loved It: Two words: Kristin Chenoweth. The Emmy winner made us chuckle as the drunkity-drunk April Rhodes, and we were absolutely blown away by her pipes on this Heart classic. No disrespect to Ann and Nancy Wilson, but Chenoweth's version gives the original a run for its money. Click here to watch the video Song: "No Air" Original Artist: Jordin Sparks Why We Loved It: Fine, once Rachel and Finn start walking through the halls as the wind machine comes on, it morphs into something decidedly cheesier, but Michele's passionate delivery betrays Rachel's feelings for Finn. Quinn's stink eye throughout the song is priceless as well. Click here to watch video Song: "Sweet Caroline" Original Artist: Neil Diamond Why We Loved It: Puck (Mark Salling) brought Diamond's sweet serenade out of the barroom and used it to woo Rachel. (As Puck says, together they're "a couple of good-looking Jews.") It's sweet to see him step up to the plate, but it's even sweeter to see that Quinn really loves her baby daddy based on her glowing expression. Click here to watch the video Song: "Bust a Move" Original Artist: Young MC Why We Loved It: While Mr. Schuester has fly moves and the ability to keep up with the hip-hop jam's rat-a-tat lyrics, the best moment of this entire performance is Kurt's reaction shot when Mr. Schu sings him the line "You're feelin' really fine/cuz the girl is stacked." Click here to watch the video Song: "Thong Song" Original Artist: Sisqo Why We Didn't Love It: Awk-ward! Will says he's going to teach Emma - who's wearing an oversized wedding dress - how to dance. Instead, he herks and jerks in circles around her, and then he tackles her. Plus, he sings SisqÃ³. Click here to watch the video Song: "Gold Digger" Original Artist: Kanye West featuring Jamie Foxx Why We Didn't Love It: Mercedes brings the diva, but Mr. Schu's Kanye impression is too effortful and not plausible enough. Click here to watch the video Song: "It's My Life/Confessions Pt. 2" Mash Up Original Artist: Bon Jovi/Usher Why We're Torn: Artie's wheelie-poppin' performance of "Confessions" couldn't have been more charming, but Finn's Bon Jovi rendition is a little off. Sure, he's supposed to be jacked up on speed, but his oafish spasticity is distracting. Click here to watch the video What are your favorites? Source & Video
The cast of TV's most hyped show this Fall, " Glee ", were taking over the Citizens Bank Park on Saturday, October 31 to do the honor of performing the national anthem. The lots had been snubbed by NBC's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade but they delivered when tapped to perform at the World Series event. The likes of Cory Monteith, Lea Michele, and Chris Colfer took a minute of Game 3 between Phillies and Yankees to sing the song in World Series jerseys and 'Stand Up to Cancer' shirts. But it was Amber Riley who took the center stage, belting out the first few phrases solo. When they got to the "bombs bursting in the air", fireworks were lit. Phillies Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt then came out to throw the ceremonial first pitch. The crowd cheered for him and the ovation did not stop until Schmidt hugged baseman Ryan Howard and left the field. " Glee " is taking a break from airing on Fox due to the World Series. It will return on November 11 with episode "Wheels". Source & Video
The cast of the quirky Fox TV show "Glee" will be presented with a Hollywood diversity award in November for their portrayal of a group of teen oddballs with a passion for song and dance.