On the eve of the ‘Glee’ finale, Matthew Morrison assures fans that his character Will Schuester will get his happy ending.
It’s Regionals time once again on this week’s episode of Glee and the New Directions are more determined than ever to make it to Nationals. But they’re going to have to outdo their biggest rivals, the Hoosier Daddies, and their head diva, Frida Romero, played by American Idol’s Jessica Sanchez.
This week’s episode of Glee is a tribute to Stevie Wonder with the whole New Directions gang putting their own spin on some of the singer’s greatest hits.
When the lights go out at McKinley High, the New Directions gang go unplugged.
Things are starting to get back to normal at McKinley High after the near tragic events of last week. It’s time for Regionals once again and the New Directions crew is trying to find songs that fit this year’s theme, which is “dreams.”
Excitement mounts as the kids of New Directions prep for Regionals. But an unthinkable event at McKinley (the episode is titled “Shooting Star”) forces all the members of the glee club to put things into perspective.
Cory Monteith, who plays Finn on Glee, has checked into rehab.
The musically-driven Fox show Glee has built its reputation on doing big, flashy cover versions of a wide range of popular songs. From dedicating an entire episode to Britney Spears to classic show tunes to My Chemical Romance, the show has shown no fear in tackling music of any genre or time period.
To the delight of many and the surprise of a few, Glee star Matthew Morrison will release his second solo album, Where It All Began, on June 4. The album, which finds Morrison covering his favorite Broadway hits and a few standards, was recorded with producer Phil Ramone, the man responsible for the sounds of Tony Bennett and Frank Sinatra.
This week on Glee the kids of New Directions reveal their musical guilty pleasures. And some should definitely be more embarrassed than others about the songs they play when no one else is around.