Sure, you’ve heard of the blogs of show-offy celebrities, like BeyoncĂ©’s and Gwyneth Paltrow’s, who blog exclusively to prove how like us they are. But some celebrities do it for the same reason that normal people do, because they like to say opinions in more than 140 characters. Here are the 13 celebrities who run blogs that have managed to fly relatively under the radar for a pretty long time. Who even knows how they did it? More
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Although it’s not as fun as the MTV Movie Awards, last night’s Teen Choice Awards smartly followed the old adage KISS: Keep It Simple, Stupid. Plus, there were a few genuine moments where the teen winners actually had fun. Find out what else they did right. More
Does Quinn Fabray live or die after the car crash in Glee 3×14 “On My Way”? A photo snapped from the set on February 21 gives us a clear hint as to the consequences for the next few episodes. (Spoilers.) More
It’s Valentine’s Day, and everyone has an ulterior motive: Artie and Rory compete over Sugar, and Rachel and Finn want validation for their engagement. There were a few sweet (“L-O-V-E”) and fun (“Love Shack”) numbers, but nothing really memorable. Amber Riley‘s rendition of “I Will Always Love You” was predictably bittersweet. More
It was odd that Glee chose so many non-iconic songs from Michael Jackson, but at least this tribute actually fit into the plot. Rachel and Finn think they might actually get out of Lima, while Finn is ready to settle down. Oh, and slushies are weapons now. More
Something feels a bit disingenuous about this shoot, and here’s what I think it is: Glee‘s status in the hearts of Americans is as the high school everyman. The characters represent the marginalized teens that exist all across the country: the picked-on gay boy, the overambitious geek, the wheelchair-bound goofball. More
After a lengthy hiatus, Glee is back in action and ready for devastating amounts of evil. Demonic Sue calls a meeting of the demented minds in the middle of the night, time usually designated for Sylvesterâ€™s â€śbow-hunting for hobos.â€ť Joining in the insidious coach of Vocal Adrenaline Dustin Goolsby (Cheyanne Jackson), disgraced glee coach Sandy Ryerson (Stephen Tobolowsky) and of course Terri Schuester, shrew. Sue dubs them Sargent Handsome, The Pink Dagger, Honeybadger respectively, before handing out their assignments designed to take down Will Schuesterâ€™s pride and joy. It goes without saying that Goolsy fails to ruin Schueâ€™s current relationship and Sandy biffs the opportunity to ruin the glee kidsâ€™ performance. As for the Honeybadger? Ah, she lies in waitâ€¦ More
The crazy thing is, this year’s real proms will probably have “Friday” on the playlist. According to Vulture, Glee is adding Rebecca Black‘s viral hit to its repertoire for the much-anticipated prom episode. But there’s a twist: Instead of Black lookalike Lea Michele belting out the ode to fun, fun, fun, it’ll be Kevin McHale, Chord Overstreet, and Mark Salling. More
Regionals are here! Just in time for the Glee kids to hastily write original songs for the competition! The song plunges in with an immediate Warblers rendition of â€śMisery,â€ť then segues swiftly into Rachel emotes through “Only Child,” the single kid’s lament. “Damn you, dads!” she howls. Unfortunately for the only Berry on her family tree, Quinn sees her flirting with Finn and vows to never let Rachel stand in the way of her ultimate goal: prom queen. Oh, by the way, when exactly did Quinn get possessed by a demon? “How damaged does a guy have to be to be into someone as annoying as Rachel,” she snarls inside her mean girl brain, before describing herself as “relatively sane for a girl” and fondling what appears to be centuries of prom crowns. Prom queens live an average of five years longer, Quinn notes, probably because most of us lose a few years to vomiting over the statements like that. In an effort to sabotage any romantic inclinations Rachel still has by keeping a close eye on her (sure, why not), Quinn offers to write an original song with her. In turn, all the gleeks decide to write their own tune, and the premise if off and running! More
We hereby call to order The Celibacy Club! Rachel, Quinn and Emma meet in an empty classroom to confirm their commitment to not getting it, or as Ms. Pillsbury would put it, being â€śterrified of the hose monster.â€ť When her chastity charms start being used as nipple rings, Emma runs into the physical manifestation of boning, i.e. Gwyneth Paltrowâ€™s substitute teacher Holly Holiday, currently filling in for a heath teacher with a terrible case of the herp. Paltrow at her most winsome dismisses Emmaâ€™s concerns about helping sexualize children, opting instead to demonstrate condoms on cucs. This proves to be an essential lesson.
Thereâ€™s trouble afoot at McKinley High, and no, itâ€™s not the fact that Sue Sylvester now tends to fly into a child-throwing rampage any time anything doesnâ€™t go her demonic way. No, according to Principal Figgins, the problem is giggle juice, the wet devil, olâ€™ lady hooch and the teen drunks Figgins finds staggering down the halls of his very own school. Since glee club is the least socially respected group in school, why not have them perform an anti-drinking song at the Alcohol Awareness rally? Other than the fact that sweet, life-giving booze is the only thing standing in between most people and a life of dull drudgery, of course.
Thatâ€™s what I got from the episode, anyway. Seriously, every scene except one made my mouth water for a sip of some of the hard stuff. More
Earlier this week Ryan Reynolds was named the “sexiest man alive” by People Mag, and we were like whaaat? He’s not even in our top hundred! But GQ‘s “men of the year” are more our style. Last night’s party was attended by a range of winning dudes, from Community‘s Donald Glover to model Douglas Booth to James Franco and his creepy new mustache. And there was nary a Ryan Reynolds in sight. so cheers to you, GQ. More
These photos of last night’s Glee Season 2 premiere are making us salivate with anticipation. We honestly can’t believe we got through a whole summer without Lea Michelle‘s power lungs or Cory Monteith‘s adorablly goofy attempts at choreography (seriously — don’t they have people who can help him with that?). The show doesn’t return until September 21, so hopefully these seriously sexy premiere photos will help you make it until then. More
In true award show style last night’s Emmy red carpet was a glittery hodgepodge of fashion hits and fashion misses. We’ve compiled a gallery of the best and the worst of TV-star looks. Unfortunately our new crush Bucky Gunts didn’t make the cut. More