Here’s a video of Lea at the LA Premiere Screening of “Sons Of Anarchy” where she talks about how it was working on the show and a litlle bit about the new season of Glee and Katey Segal talking about Lea’s guest appearance on the show.
This post contains spoilers of the new season of Glee, if you don’t want to know about it skip this.
Before it ends, Glee is going back to where it all began.
The Fox drama is set to wrap up its six-year run with a 13-episode final season, which will kick off at midseason, and will once again find Rachel (Lea Michele) as an underdog after failing to make it as an actress in New York. So long, Big Apple; hello, Lima!
Fox has just revealed some pretty major details about Glee’s swan song, including why Rachel is back in Ohio, who’s a series regular (and who’s not!) and who we might see return for one final goodbye.
Here’s everything you need to know about the final seasn of Glee:
The first wave of nominees for the Teen Choice Awards 2014 is out and Lea has been nominated for CHOICE TV ACTRESS: COMEDY! Her Glee co-star Chord Overstreet and the tv show has been nominated too. You can start voting now here and watch the Teen Choice Awards on Sunday, August 10.
Q) Besides Jane, who has been your favorite cast member to work with and why?
A) I really like working with Lea Michele because she is so nice and she is such a good singer. I also like that she never gives up and she faced her fears, even when her heart was broken.
Lea Michele is out for vengeance!
After her defeat in the last edition of “Brain Busters: Glee Edition,” which featured Darren Criss grilling both her and Chris Colfer on all things broadway, Glee’s leading lady is back for another showdown with Colfer, and this time the pair couldn’t be on more equal footing, as all the questions are about their own show.
Round two of the behind-the-scenes game show features more ridiculous questions and way more buzzing, plus Chord Overstreet joins in to quiz Michele, while Criss quizzes Colfer. So, who wins this time around? And which character does Overstreet play in his own Glee fantasy world? You’ll have to watch this exclusive video to find out!
So what were some of the questions asked this time around?
How many times has Rachel kissed Blaine? Who does Chris Colfer play? What are some of the nicknames given to Kurt and Rachel over the seasons? What is Brittany’s cat’s name? What kind of dessert is Kurt’s body like? Plus, what little tidbit did we definitely not want to remember about Sue Sylvester?
Basically, this video is just even more proof that Darren Criss could host the game show of our dreams, and we wouldn’t say no to a sidekick named Chord Overstreet!
Be sure to tune in Tuesday night for Glee’s fifth season finale, which, based on promos, is sure to bring some exciting things to the world of Glee, along with a few very confusing Blaine-in-bed-with-Brittany-related things. (Trust us, we’re just as “huh?” about that as you are.)
Glee airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on Fox.
Lea talked to the media at the ‘Legends of Oz’ Premiere. Here’s two new interviews for Holliwwod.tv and E!Online:
The gallery has been updated with new candids and Glee episode stills. Enjoy!
Who knew an EDM hit could make such a killer ballad? Rachel Berry, that’s who.
Lea Michele did this super cool thing leading up to the release of her debut album where she released a new song every week. And while this was indisputably awesome, we sorta got used to it and when the record finally dropped, hearing new tunes on the reg did too. Big huge enormous bummer. Fortunately, Glee exists and thanks to everyone’s favorite musical show—now in it’s fifth (!) season—we have a brand-new tune from Lea. OK, from Rachel Berry, but that’s just a technicality.
Glee’s back with another new episode tomorrow night and while we’re not going to offer up any inside intel (we’re firmly anti-spoiler over here), we got our hands on a new song straight from the episode a little early, and we’re sharing it with you now because it’s Monday and why not? (And also because Rachel Berry told us we could.)
She took Avicii’s amped-up hit “Wake Me Up” and slowed it down and turned it into a ballad, which only she could successfully do. We obviously don’t know the context of the song—it’s certainly not something she’ll sing as the leading lady of “Funny Girl,” which is what she’s currently up to—but we’re guessing it’s something more dramz. This is Rachel Berry we’re talking about.
Give it a listen, then tune in tomorrow night.