Finally! I’m making this one site-centered again. Do you care about screencaps? While I wouldn’t stop making Glee/TV shows/Movie screencaps, I’m hesitant about all the rest, i.e. interviews, photoshoots, etc etc etc… Do you see them in the gallery? Use them for icons or other fanart?
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Oh, final results for the last poll:
+ Magazine Scans > Entertainment Weekly March 05, 2010 x1
+ Photoshoots > Shoot #18 +1
+ Public Appearances > ‘The Gleek Tour’ Fairfax, VA – August 20, 2009 +8
+ Public Appearances > Cast of GLEE meet fans and sign autographs in Sydney – September 20, 2009 +8
+ Candids > “Love, Loss and What I Wore” at The Westside Theater, NY – November 1, 2009 x4
Jimmy Fallon is a busy guy thanks to his nightly gig as host of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (which celebrates its one-year anniversary on March 2!). But Fallon still makes time for his favorite TV shows which include Lost, Survivor, and, yes, Glee. In fact, you could call Fallon a Gleek. “I think Glee is the best show on television,” says the host. “It’s so good!” Fallon particularly loved the fall finale when Lea Michele belted out “Don’t Rain on My Parade.” Says Fallon, “When she did that Barbra Streisand song, I freaked out! I freaked out! I was like this is better than Barbra.” But he stresses that he’s a fan of Glee’s entire ensemble. “Everyone’s got such an interesting face on that show,” he says. “I love everyone’s face! I could watch these guys forever.”
The tour dates for Glee’s 2010 tour were announced this morning by Ryan Seacrest. While it’s still over 2 months away, you can count on LMW to bring you all the latest pics of the tour as we always do. Also, for those of you lucky people attending the concerts, we’d love to see your pics so please consider donating them to the site when the time comes!
In an unprecedented live event, FOX and “Glee” co-creator Ryan Murphy are bringing the hit television show to concert stages this spring!
Beginning Wednesday, May 18 in Phoenix, Arizona, “Glee” stars will perform in a singing and dancing celebration of the Golden Globe Award winning show.
The four-city exclusive engagement, “Glee Live! In Concert!,” is a unique concert experience conceived by Murphy that will include live performances of some of the show’s most memorable musical numbers including its anthem “Don’t Stop Believin,” fan favorites “Somebody To Love” and “Jump” and hits “Don’t Rain on My Parade” and “Sweet Caroline.”
+ Public Appearances > Broadway Cares 18th Annual Easter Bonnet Competition – April 19 & 20, 2004 x2
+ Public Appearances > Broadway Cares Flea Market – September 19, 2004 x1
+ Public Appearances > Broadway Cares 21st Annual Easter Bonnet Competition – April 23 & 24, 2007 +1
+ Photoshoots > Shoot #28 x1
+ Photoshoots > Shoot #15 +1
So now that the Best Actor / Best Actress is over (and Lea finished in the top 25 in both categories!), the vote is for Best Fansite! If you like LMW, please vote for us!
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Even before making it big on Fox’s hit Glee, Lea Michele was already a bona fide Broadway star, thanks to 2006’s Spring Awakening. No wonder the theater world is anxious to get her back on the boards. One non-profit theater company in New York has gone so far as to create a show with Michele in mind, the New York Post reports. Reed Prescott, executive director of the New York Theatre Barn, confirms that the brunette belter helped inspire their new musical “Speargrove Presents,” based on a real-life incident in which a town blocked a high school production of “Rent.” He chatted with EW’s Simon Vozick-Levinson about the about the project — and explained why Michele is the best woman for the job: