Got some sneak peeks for you to start off the weekend – one for Kurt and Blaine’s (Chris Colfer and Darren Criss) “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” and Rachel’s (Lea Michele) “Merry Christmas Darling” – from the next new episode, “A Very Glee Christmas”.
Back in 2009 when Glee first started, everyone was speculating whether the New Directions McKinley high schoolers would indeed ever graduate – or would the nature of the show take a less realistic route for the sake of keeping on members of the cast? While it was an interesting question and one that needed to be asked, it hasn’t been addressed outside the fandom…until now.
She might not have been too thrilled about the Glee GQ photoshoot, but that doesn’t take away from her overall Gleekiness.
Wait! If you haven’t gotten your “Special Education” yet, don’t read another word! Oh who are we kidding, of course you’ve seen the week’s new Glee. Unless of course you’re a DVR-er like me (trust me, it’s a word. Well it is now).
‘Tis the season to be gleeful. And for Brittany to make impossible Santa requests.
So the Dalton Academy Warblers operate a little differently than McKinley High’s New Directions. But hey, Kurt should look at the bright side – at least there’s no Mr. Schue trying to slip in another Journey song every couple seconds. Not to mention he also gets a solo for Sectionals, so he should “pick something good”.
When Chris Colfer (Kurt) hinted at an upcoming Blaine performance of Train (“choo-choo”), he wasn’t kidding.
Here’s your first sneak peek at not only the next new Glee, “Special Education”, but also at the Warblers performing “Hey, Soul Sister” (Kurt included) for Sectionals.
Here are your spoilers for the season 3 finale – episode 26, “Or Not To Be”….
Looks like Phil’s getting a little closer to Dylan (Reid Ewing)…could it be to ensure a “no break-up” between him and Haley? (You gotta love Phil.)
Make way. Laurie’s got a new phone app. And it’s driving Ellie and Andy to use their “guns”.