This promo aired last Tuesday, it shows scenes from 2×17 and 2×18.
Though the Glee star is now a magazine cover girl, she wasn’t always so confident in her looks. “[If] anybody needed it, I probably did,” she told GQ of considering a nose job in high school. “But my mom always told me, growing up, ‘Barbra Streisand didn’t get a nose job. You’re not getting a nose job.’ And I didn’t.”
Public Appearances > Summer TCA Tour, Glee Panel – August 6, 2009 +3
Public Appearances > 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards – January 16, 2011 +1
Public Appearances > 52nd Annual Grammy Awards – Show & Backstage – January 31, 2010 +4
Public Appearances > Teen Choice Awards 2009 – August 9, 2009 +9
Public Appearances > 2009 Fox Upfronts – May 18, 2009 +6
Thanks Vorobishek and Lorna for the scans!
Remember me telling you a few weeks back that there were no current plans for Jonathan Groff to reprise his role as Rachel’s evil ex Jesse St. James this season on Glee?
Those plans have changed — big time.
Sources confirm to me exclusively that the fan favorite has closed a deal to return for this season’s final three episodes.
Groff exited Glee at the end of season 1 when the Vocal Adrenaline frontman’s diabolical scheme to infiltrate and bring down New Directions was revealed. Next thing you know Jesse’s back with VA and Rachel’s heart is in tatters.
“He’s back to apologize to Rachel,” confides a source close to the show, “and perhaps get her back.”
Glee‘s April 26 outing is so big that even its usual 60-minute time slot can’t contain it. Sources confirm to me exclusively that the episode is jam-packed with good stuff to the point that Fox will likely expand it to 90 minutes.
Coincidentally, the unorthodox installment features the music of an artist who knows a thing or two about breaking the rules: Lady Gaga. While not another tribute outing, the episode’s theme of self-acceptance was inspired by the singer’s runaway hit “Born this Way.” In fact, the title of the episode is “Born This Way” and it concludes with a rousing performance of the No. 1 smash.
Around 2.a.m. Friday morning, Lea Michele was in a car accident on Melrose Ave on her way home from work, a rep for the Glee star, 24, tells UsMagazine.com.
“Lea was hit and notified the police,” says the rep. “She was not injured and is fine.”
Adds a source close to the star: “A couple of drunk girls hit her, got out of the car, giggled that she was famous, said something like ‘are you drunk, too?’ Then they drove off.”
Michele wrote down the other car’s license plate number and informed the authorities, says the source.
This isn’t the first auto incident for the actress, who talked about getting into accident before her audition for the Fox hit.
“For my second audition I got into a massive car wreck, left my crashed car in the street and ran into the audition with cuts and glass in my hair,” she said. “And then on the final audition, I had the worst neck ache from the car accident.”