Okay, so I got a few additional details about the spoilers I shared the other day. It’s a little different than I originally reported.
The dance number to “It’s Not Unusual” is with Blaine and the Cheerios. The rest of ND is there, but apparently they are on the fringes watching, not participating. Darren wears a red shirt and highwater jeans. Lea and Chris are “kind of” in it (Lea is sort of “running around like she’s in a French movie” and Darren does some cheesy wink/thumbs up to Chris during the song).
Quinn is with another group, smoking and watching the performance. At the end of it she flicks her cigarette at the piano and the piano goes up in flames.
…….So yeah. I have no idea of the context, if it’s reality of fantasy sequence, or what. This is literally all I know. I’m sorry for the initial confusion about ND being involved in the number— obviously not intentional, such is the nature sometimes when things are being relayed the way they are!
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Remember Tina's random crying scenes last season? There's probably more on the way as Tina and Mike Chang will deal with being a year apart. Mike's thinking about graduation, while Tina, a junior, is stuck in school one more year. At the Glee 3-D movie premiere in Los Angeles, Jenna Ushkowitz contemplated the possible drama and her reaction to seeing some of her fellow cast members don their cap and gowns. "I don't even want to think about it. I will cry so hard. Those are my best friends," she says. "Right now we're just trying to get through 22 episodes. That's so far in the future for us."
With the Emmys just around the corner, celebs at InStyle’s 10th annual summer soiree had some opinions about whom they’d like to see take home an award on TV’s biggest night.
Guests such as Glee’s Lea Michele and Kristen Chenowith hit the London Hotel rooftop-pool, where they were treated to demos of Clarisonic and polish changes by Essie and waited to take photos in the digital photo booth.
Although Chenowith -- in a maroon Zac Posen dress -- is nominated for outstanding guest actress on the Fox hit, she isn’t necessarily thinking only of herself: “I’m rooting for Kathy Griffin. It’s her last year of her show and I want her to win,” she said.
An Alberta Feretti-clad Michele, nominated for outstanding lead actor in a comedy, is also cheering on another show besides her own. Her vote? “Connie Britton and Friday Night Lights. I think all those guys are amazing. Honestly, I think that they’re the greatest.”
The Emmys will be broadcast live Sept. 18 on Fox at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.
When the McKinley High gang return to school this fall on Glee, it won't take Amber Riley's Mercedes too long to get over the exit of her one-time paramour Sam (Chord Overstreet). Turns out she's getting a brand-new boyfriend for season 3!
Friday Night Lights alum LaMarcus Tinker began work on the FOX series Wednesday, and will appear on the new episodes when they resume September 20. But just who is the 20-year-old actor who will mix and mingle with the McKinley High gang? Us Weekly uncovers five need-to-know details about Glee's new star.
1. He's well-versed in roaming the high school hallways. In addition to graduating as Salutatorian of his senior class at the High School For Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice in Texas, Tinker also appeared as high school footballer Dallas Tinker on DirecTV and NBC's Friday Night Lights. After FNL, Tinker appeared as Travis' college roomie on Cougar Town.
2. Tinker's character Marcus will do more than just serve as Mercedes' love interest. "[Mercedes] has this new boyfriend she met over the summer who's pretty cool," Glee's Brad Falchuk told reporters at a Comic-Con event, likening the duo's relationship to that of "Cuba Gooding Jr. and his wife in Jerry Maguire. He's this Big Bubba kind of guy and he encourages her to want more for herself. That drives her arc into the next half of the season."
3. The actor got his big break by accident. Scraping together $33.50 to take a Greyhound bus from Houston to Austin, Texas, to support two pals who scored gigs as FNL extras, Tinker happened upon the show's director Peter Berg and the rest was history. After chatting with the young talent, Berg put him in front of the lens. "It was 'camera's up, let's go,'" Tinker told The Houston Chronicle. "I did it, and he liked it. In the industry that's considered an upgrade. They usually pay you, and then you don't come back."
4. Should his role on Glee not pan out, Tinker has a background behind the cameras to fall on. The owner of LRT Productions, Tinker is set to release a film he produced, Down By the River, in 2012.
5. He has a heart of gold. Actively involved in a partnership with the Houston Boys and Girls clubs, Tinker believes in putting others first. "You have to help people who are younger than you, and then they'll lend a hand to someone else," he told the Chronicle. "After you die, it'll still be going on. That's my hope, because if the rest of this ended today, I'd still say I've enjoyed my life. My dreams already came true. That's the story."
With Glee ramping up on recurring cast members with the addition of LaMarcus Tinker and Vanessa Lengies as Marcus and Sugar, respectively, there’s sure to be a lot going on at McKinley High when Season 3 gets under way next month.
JANE LYNCH (Sue Sylvester)
“My character is continuing her campaign for Congress on the Sue Sylvester American Liberty Ticket and she’s going to be more right-wing than Michele Bachmann, at this point,” Lynch told THR at the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills last week.
Will part of the campaign include more torture for Will (Matthew Morrison)? With filming under way on the first episode of the season this week, Lynch was unsure just how much of a hard time the on-screen rivals would have but noted that it will always be a factor for the characters.
“I think it’s always going to be there because it’s her lower self and she operates from her lower self,” Lynch said of the duo’s relationship. “I think they have that kind of relationship and it can go on and on that way with that love-hate thing.”
LEA MICHELE (Rachel Berry)
With visions of New York likely still dancing in her head, Michele teases that Rachel will continue to do what she’s always done: be obsessed with Broadway. “I know that she’s going to be in the school musical,” Michele told THR at TCA. “I have some awesome story lines with Darren Criss, Chris Colfer and I’ll be singing a lot of Broadway, as always.” What do you think McKinley’s school musical will be?
NAYA RIVERA (Santana Lopez)
To come out or not to come out, that’s the biggest question for Santana going in to Season 3 and Rivera is hopeful that her pinkie-holding alter-ego won’t remain in the closet.
“We just got the first script and she might have made some adjustments to her life,” Rivera teased THR at TCA, noting that since Santana is a senior, she assumes she’ll be graduating. “The way the seasons go, people start off one way and they have a transition. She’ll probably end up coming to terms with everything by the end – hopefully.”
Take from that what you will.
JENNA USHKOWITZ (Tina Cohen-Chang)
At Comic-Con, Ushkowitz learned she was a junior, and, in the press room following the Glee panel, said she’d like to see more screen time with Michele’s Rachel. “They started a little bit of that friendly competition in Season 1 with the whole West Side Story thing when she left the glee club,” she said. “That dynamic has not been established yet, that’s what I want to see.”
HARRY SHUM JR. (Mike Chang)
Shum noted that Mike has had limited interaction with Lynch’s Sue Sylvester and said at Comic-Con that he’d like share more screen time with the surly cheerleading coach.
“Sue Sylvester had some punches at Mike Chang, saying, ‘There’s one person I hate every week, and this week it’s that dancing Asian,’ ” he recalled. “I don’t think I’ve ever done a scene-scene with her where she’s just going off on Mike Chang. I think it’d be hilarious.”
DARREN CRISS (Blaine Anderson)
At Comic-Con, fans learned that Criss and Colfer’s Blaine and Kurt are on solid ground, and in the press room Criss said that he hopes Blaine remains a Dalton Academy Warbler. “I Love going to Dalton,” he said. “I’ve become quite close with the Warbler boys and think it’s a cool dynamic to have two different schools, especially if Kurt and Blaine are dating.”
Dianna Agron got some coffee and some water from a restaurant in Los Angeles, CA. She was filming Glee earlier in the day.