Congrats, Chris Colfer!
The Glee star took home the People's Choice Award for Favorite TV Comedy Actor!
And he had to be more than Gleeful to beat out the comedic talents of Modern Family's Jesse Tyler Ferguson, The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons, Neil Patrick Harris from How I Met Your Mother, and even his own Glee costar Darren Criss!
Wow, that's one talented heap of man comedy to climb to the top of! Mm, not a bad visual!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see Chris' ever humble acceptance speech!
Could there be some dramz between the two friendsies in NYC?!
Looks like we won't know until Glee makes its return to FOX on February 25th since that pesky little thing called a winter hiatus is back, which means our favorite musical show won't be around for the winter!!
But luckily for you Gleeks, we have a list of the songs that will appear in the next two episodes of Glee!
Are you ready to feast your eyes on this?!
In episode 9 titled "Frenemies," the songs to be performed are:
Way to go, Sesame Street, for tackling this issue!
Bullying has definitely been a huge epidemic that has been made public not too long ago and Sesame Street made a simple and easy message for children of all ages to understand.
Chris Colfer teamed up with the adorable fuzzy characters of the hit children's show and portrayed an adult helping Elmo stop his chicken friend from being bullied!
By spreading this message and teaching our children about bullying, we can hopefully prevent this terrible issue from happening to our own kids!
Take a look at the PSA (above)!!
Awww! This is just too dang sweet!
Jane Lynch was honored at this weekend's Trevor Live event and the entire cast of Glee sang the song Smile, originally done by Nat King Cole, for her and it was beautiful!
Darren Criss, Mark Salling, Jenna Ushkowitz, Chris Colfer, and the rest of the cast joined forces to bring their AH-MAZE voices to the cover and it was seriously beautiful!
We just cannot get enough of it!
Ch-ch-check out the cover of Smile…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
It's time to get into the Christmas spirit folks!
If you haven't busted out your Glee Christmas playlist and played all the songs over and over, well..you're not spending your holidays correctly!
LOLz! We kid, we kid!
While this Previously Unaired Christmas episode was in fact the Christmas of yesteryear that could have been, let's all just sit back and enjoy the sweet Gleeful sounds of McKinley's finest singing classic Christmas tunes!
We'll start off with our favorite performance of the night with Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Naya Rivera trying to sooth the thousands of unruly children in line waiting to see ol' Santa Claus (above)!
Ch-ch-check out the rest of the performances from the Previously Unaired Christmas episode (below)!!
What does the fox say!?! The question of 2013!!
And of course, Glee just had to hop on the wagon and ask it themselves. Umm, is it wrong to like Darren Criss in that mask?? LOLz!!
But obviously our favorite performance from Puppet Master was the band's cover of Madonna's Into The Groove — Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, Naya Rivera, and Adam Lambert can sing Madge for the rest of the season and we'd be as fuzzy fine as a Georgia peach!
Ch-ch-check out those performances (above) and then pull those strings down to watch the rest …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
It's time to start the music. It's time to light the lights. It's time to get things started on The Muppet Show… wait, no. This is Glee!
After many Gleeks enjoyed a trip down to tryptophan town, they were treated to a very special Thanksgiving episode of their favorite musical romp. No, Sam Evans didn't bust out his guitar to play Adam Sandler's homage to the turkey day, but there were still plenty of laughs — and one story line heavier that a sack of mash potatoes.
So if you can find a way out of your food coma for five minutes, we'll give you a brief rundown of what went down last night while you were gobbling up your apple pie.
WARNING: THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD! AND IF KNOWING SPOILERS FOR YOU IS LIKE HAVING NOW CRANBERRY SAUCE WITH OUR TURKEY FOR US, THEN WE SUGGEST YOU GET ALONG WITH YOUR BAD SELF!