We doubt Michelle Pugh is smiling now!
"Anyone looking for cheap chunky LOW-lights a blow out and a blowjob call …"
And then she actually included a phone number!
Ch-ch-check out the post (below)!
[Image via Brian To/WENN.]
It's time to begin … isn't it?
Glee returned to our lives last night and not a moment too soon. Oh yeah, we've already blown through the entire Glee catalogue from the last three seasons 20-times over. We're ready for a new back of jams to blast in our office, our car, the gym, in the shower, while shopping, while writing, while… you know what? You get it!
Last night's premiere had an interesting mix of music, ranging from standards to summer standouts to stupendous serenades. Of course, it should come as no surprise that our favorite number of the evening came from our beloved Darren Criss, who slayed and sipped and skipped and stepped his way through a cover of It's Time by Imagine Dragons.
Take note, Lima! Blaine's got the right moves for a step team! Think about it!
Also, we don't think there's a Gleek alive who didn't rewind the DVR after hearing newbie Melissa Benoist's verision of Adele's Chasing Pavements. That might've had more to do with the Rachel and Kurt's subplot, but regardless, its getting top billing from us.
Once you've had your fill of those gems, CLICK THE JUMP to hear from Princess Lea Michele in a divine duet with Melissa, Jacob Artist's soulful debut with a Fray classic, and the rest of last night's performances.