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Defying Gravity

We're going to call it, When Lea Michele Met Idina Menzel! Check out this snippet of the Glee kid's rendition of Defying Gravity (above)! Thoughts?

Madonna Grants Music Rights to Glee - Featured

If all you Gleeks have been praying to hear some Madonna on Glee , then hold on to your sheet music. The Material Girl has given the Fox series the rights to her catalog for an all-Madonna-themed episode in the works for early next year, according to Entertainment Weekly. Series creator Ryan Murphy also told the magazine he's considering approaching American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert about a guest appearance, but nothing is official. Meanwhile, Murphy, clearly still bitter about NBC nixing a Glee float in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade, may use the incident in an upcoming episode in which the glee club is denied a spring festival float by arch nemesis Sue Sylvester. A Fox spokesperson said the network wouldn't comment on upcoming story lines. Which Madonna songs do you want to hear the glee club cover? And are you excited for a possible Glambert guest spot? Source Here

Glee: Sue Sylvester's Next Scheme

Fox's Glee won't be returning with new episodes until November, but the coming-soon scenes sure revealed a lot. In case you missed it, Will says that Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) is planning something so evil, it could cost the club a win at sectionals. We got the lowdown from Matthew Morrison. Glee: Who has a crush on Will Schuester? "Sue's going to give our set list to the other teams," says Morrison. "They're going to do our songs ... before we do them, so it's going to make us look like we're copying them." Caught off guard by this deception, the club must step up their game. "We have to do this impromptu thing and fly by the seat of our pants," adds Morrison. Will glee make an amazing comeback and win? Source Here

Fox Plans to Release First 13 Episodes of Glee on DVD - Featured

Fox is looking to cash in on Glee 's popularity even more by releasing the first 13 episodes on DVD before the year's end. Glee Season One: Road to Sectionals will be available for purchase on Dec. 29, only weeks after the show wraps up its first 13 episodes, according to Variety. Though a second DVD of the entire first season will drop in mid-2010, the home entertainment unit will give fans (aka "Gleeks") who purchase Sectionals a voucher that can be used toward the purchase of the later box set. The DVD will include the musical dramedy's first 13 episodes, a director's cut of the pilot episode, behind-the-scenes features, cast audition videos and music performances from the show. Will you buy the first 13 episodes of Glee or wait for the full-season set? Source Here

Preview of 'Glee' 1.09: Wheels

Skipping two weeks, " Glee " will be back with "Wheels" as the first episode of November sweeps. Will encourages the Glee Club to support Artie, and asks each of them to perform in a wheelchair. Meanwhile, Kurt and Rachel compete for a big solo. During the episode also, there will be a confrontation from Puck that Finn is not the daddy of Quinn's baby. "I think Finn is going to blow up a little bit. You never know what's going to happen when someone's feelings get hurt on that level. He has so much invested in another human being coming, and to have that shattered," Matthew Morrison aka Will said in an interview with TV Guide. Morrison also spilled about the last episode of the first season, saying "The last episode is called 'Sectionals.' It's the best episode. It's the kids performing and not particularly winning maybe. Or if they do win, we have to start dealing with their celebrity; them at school thinking they're too hot because they won sectionals. We have regionals after sectionals, so we have a long way to go." But before the show gets to the finale, "Glee" will have an all-Madonna song episode and a Joss Whedon-directed episode. Source & Preview

Glee: Who Has a Crush on Will Schuester?

Glee 's Will Schuester is dealing with a crazy wife who's faking a pregnancy, and a guidance counselor for whom he has feelings. Now a third gal is entering the mix. We sat down with Matthew Morrison to find out which woman is wowed by the glee club teacher. Morrison also dishes on what will happen when Will finds out Terri (Jessalyn Gilsig) is not really pregnant, what's Sue Sylvester's next scheme and what's ahead for the glee club when they perform at sectionals. Pregnancy problems: "Terri's doing a hell of a job at keeping it under wraps," says Morrison. "She won't let me touch her, she's playing the victim and stuff, so it's been very interesting. What she's doing, there's no redemption from, it's borderline criminal. Will is eventually going to find out that Terri is not pregnant; it's going to be quite the blow out. I would think he would leave her. ... I'd like to see him have a little bit of a backbone." Wedding stopper: Emma (Jayma Mays) and Ken will soon be heading down the aisle, ruining any chance for a relationship between Will and Emma. So does Will try to stop the nuptials? "I don't think so," Morrison says. "He's a standup guy. He's going to have a baby, the wedding just helps him refocus his energy on where he should be with Terri and his family to come." New love interest for Will? "Rachel (Lea Michele) kind of has a crush on me for a little while. So I have to sing songs for her to keep her back. I think Will handles it well. We do a duet of 'Endless Love.'" Finn's not a baby daddy: "I think it's going to be kind of a little parallel to Will. I think Finn (Cory Monteith) is going to blow up a little bit. You never know what's going to happen when someone's feelings get hurt on that level. He has so much invested in another human being coming, and to have that shattered ..." Glee club trouble: "Jane Lynch's character stirs the pot a lot, so she gets them in trouble for things that they really shouldn't be getting in trouble for. They're going to shoot a commercial for a mattress company. She's going to use that against them and say they're getting paid for stuff, and they shouldn't be getting paid." Sectionals showdown: "The last episode is called 'Sectionals.' It's the best episode. It's the kids performing and not particularly winning maybe. Or if they do win, we have to start dealing with their celebrity; them at school thinking they're too hot because they won sectionals. We have regionals after sectionals, so we have a long way to go." Matthew's favorite upcoming song: "I get to sing a mash-up of 'Don't Stand So Close to Me' by The Police, and it's mashed up with 'Young Girl,' by Gary Puckett and the Union Gap. Source Here

Glee: Are Puck and Rachel Getting Too Friendly?

In today's episode of Glee , the club is trying to come up with ideas for their sectionals music mash-up. Puck has a number in mind with "Sweet Caroline." It seems the football jock is serenading Rachel, and Finn does not look pleased. Has this love triangle turned into a quadrangle? "Bust a Move" with Glee in the clips below and check out other sneaks of this Wednesday's episode, which include Emma in a wedding dress, Matthew Morrison belting "The Thong Song" and more. Source & Previews

Joss Whedon Takes On Glee

Joss Whedon will direct an episode of Glee, TVGuide.com has confirmed. The wunderkind, who created Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel , Firefly and Dollhouse , earned his musical stripes with a singing-and-dancing episode of Buffy titled "Once More, With Feeling" and the Emmy-winning Internet musical sensation Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog. Glee cast to perform at World Series Whedon posted a message on the Whedonesque fan site confirming the news. "I will have the privilege of shooting an episode of Glee. Why Glee? Because I love cops, serial killers and gritty urban drama (I haven't seen the show yet)," he joked. Don't expect demons and robo-babes to flood the halls of McKinley High in Whedon's episode of Glee. "A television director's job is, on some level, to be anonymous," the 45-year-old director said in his posting, "to find the most compelling way to present a story without calling attention to himself." Whedon has previously directed two episodes of NBC's The Office. Watch full episodes of Glee He also said that his Glee gig would not interfere with his Dollhouse duties, and should not be interpreted as any kind of sign about Dollhouse's future. "No, this doesn't mean Dollhouse definitely won't get a back nine [episode order]. Our numbers mean that! But I kid." The news was first reported by Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello. Whedon's episode of Glee will air in the spring.

Jonathan Groff Signs Up For 'Glee': It's A 'Spring Awakening' Reunion - Featured

Finn? Puck? No. Sorry. Jonathan Groff has signed up for five or six of episodes of Glee , according to series creator Ryan Murphy. He told Entertainment Weekly that the Taking Woodstock star will appear as the lead male vocalist for Vocal Adrenaline, that other show choir with over-aged singers and a vomit-inducing routine--oh, and "Rehab" too. "He is a male diva," Murphy said of his character. "A miva." The character is also said to be a(nother) potential love interest for Lea Michele's Rachel Berry. Makes sense, really: these two worked together before. They were the leads in the Tony-winning Broadway musical Spring Awakening, so if anything is certain, it's that these two already have chemistry. The news comes just as Joss Whedon confirmed that he is directing one episode of the series. That aside, though, I smell a lot of fireworks coming on. Source Here

Joss Whedon + Glee = 2 Good 2 Be True? - Featured

Stop it, Fox. Stop making us so damn happy! Not only is Glee quickly becoming our favorite series on television this season--there, we said it!--but Fox just confirmed to us that the addictive new show has just tapped Joss Whedon to direct an upcoming episode. Yes, that Joss Whedon. You know, the guy who created Buffy The Vampire Slayer , Angel , Firefly , Serenity , Dr. Horrible and now Dollhouse (which returns Friday). He also has directed The Office twice, so it seems his taste in television does not suck. So how did these two great flavors come together? It seems Glee creator Ryan Murphy is a big fan of Joss, too. "Joss directed one of the great musical episodes in the history of television on Buffy," he told my frenemy, who first broke the news. "So this is a great, if unexpected, fit. I'm thrilled he'll be loaning us his fantastic, groundbreaking talent." We're still waiting for word from Fox on how Joss will fit in Glee while still helming Dollhouse, which has a 13-episode order so far for the second season. Given how loyal Joss stays to his Whedonverse posse, we can only hope one of his peeps might appear on Glee. Are you rooting for SMG? Alyson Hannigan? David B.? Nathan Fillion? Or, oh snap, here's an idea: How about Neil Patrick Harris? Comment below, and let us know if you agree that Glee is un-freaking-believable so far this season... Source: E!Online - Joss Whedon + Glee = 2 Good 2 Be True?