Michael Skupin is ready to talk.
The ex-contestant said in a statement:
The 54-year-old explained that he's turning to religion following his arrest, adding:
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AH-MAZING! Just simply amazing!
Another week has come and gone, but at least we all got our Glee fix! If you still need to relive all of the performances from last night to hold you over until next week, we totally understand!
While the musical selection of this week's episode was fantastic, their performances were equally if not even more incredible!
So, was it just us or was everyone else tearing up over the Glee casts' touching performance of Hold On? Tina, Blaine and Sam invite Artie into their trio turned quartet and they all performed their last number to the soon-to-be remaining Glee club members. In New York, it was a split up performance between the group. We still have faith for a Santana & Rachel reunion!
How sweet was that performance of Danny's Song by Mr. Shue? Things are certainly changing up for the McKinley high teacher and his sweet wifey!
And we are definitely loving the Pamela Lansbury turned trio One Three Hill! Sorry Santana & Rachel, there's a new NYC group in town and they brought the house down with their performance of The Happening! It just makes us sad that Demi Lovato and Adam will be leaving the show soon as their guest appearances must come to an inevitable end.
Obviously the whole Rachel-Santana feud will not be resolved anytime soon, so, what better way to amp up their rivalry against each other than by doing a sing-off of Gloria at work and pulling Elliott into the mix?! We wouldn't be able to choose who was better even if we had to! Kurt's unimpressed reactions just kill us!
In Lima, Ohio, Tina, Blaine & Sam spontaneously break out into Jumpin' Jumpin' as they burst into the choir room which was a first for the three! Things got a little emotional for Tina when she realizes this, but what about Artie?! He's graduating too, sadly there wasn't any room for a quartet in this episode until the very end!
After the learning of the news that their big senior lock-in was cancelled, Tina fell into a brief depression until Blaine stepped in to save the day by proposing a secret-trio only lock-in! Which lead to the three breaking into McKinley high late at night and epically recreating the Breakfast Club whilst singing Don't You (Forget About Me)!