News Flash: Supergirl is about to get even super-er!
DC Comics is completely crushing it when it comes to the world of television, and it looks like they're about to up the superhero ante.
It was finally revealed on Wednesday that Supergirl and The Flash are going to have a very special crossover episode next month!
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There were rumors that the series — both produced by Greg Berlanti — were eventually going to meet, but we weren't sure it was actually going to happen since Melissa Benoist is housed on CBS while Grant Gustin calls The CW home.
However, Grant confirmed the news that he'd be fighting alongside his former Glee costar in an upcoming episode of Supergirl on Instagram, saying:
Be the change you wish to see in the post-Glee world!
Hollywood's radical lack of diversity has been the talk of the town ever since the Oscars tried to get away with only nominating white actors again this year, and it looks like the issue is really getting through to some people with sway.
While the Academy has already taken steps to ensure better representation in future years, a heavy-hitter in the world of TV is also making a pledge towards furthering equality in media.
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Ryan Murphy may already have some of the more diverse casts currently on television, but he's looking to expand his reach behind the camera with his new foundation, Half.
In an effort to get a more diverse directorial team, Ryan spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about his new project's purpose, saying:
While most of the Glee cast besides Lea Michele, Jane Lynch and Matthew Morrison have been relatively quiet, late addition to the show Alex Newell has been making a lot of noise lately!!
The powerhouse vocalist collabed with Clean Bandit last year and now he's ready to take the solo stage in 2016 and snatch some wigs!
His new single, This Ain't Over, sounds like a 90s dance anthem as written by Perezcious fave MNEK and produced by fellow fave Disclosure.
In other words, it's a banger!!!!!!!
Check it out above!
Then CLICK HERE to listen to more music from Alex Newell!
The People's Choice Awards are here!
And how better to open the ceremony than the fierce, funny, truly choice comic antics of Jane Lynch?
The Angel From Hell star decided to kick off the show with a super peppy Glee-esque musical number about… choosing!
Performing with who we assume were Sue Sylvester's Cheerios, the comedienne sang to the tune of Walk The Moon's Shut Up and Dance!
Aside from a few corny lines, the opening number was really enjoyable — and reminded us that at this award show the FANS are in charge!!
Lynch then made some jokes in a monologue where she referenced all the year's biggest trends, and described herself as a "masculine Neil Patrick Harris"! LOLz!
Check out the opening number (above)!
And be sure to stay updated on the winners list as it's revealed HERE!