Oh no, this does not sound good.
Apparently a contemporary version of Romeo & Juliet is possibly coming to FOX as a TV series in the near future.
worst best part is that it will be a musical show as well.
The series will, basically, be something like if Glee were to meet William Shakespeare and they had some strange, music singing, rebellious, 21st century love-child.
Yeah, doesn't sound too appealing to us either.
Awww! This is just about the saddest thing ever!
Lea Michele just released a lovely new ballad off of her upcoming album, Louder, but there is absolutely NOTHING gleeful about this Glee star's track!
It apparently tells the story of her last conversation with Cory Monteith and, yeah, it's exactly as soul-crushing as that sounds!!
Ch-ch-check out If You Say So (above)!
Ugh! He words pierce our heart like a poison-tipped dagger! Her sad, haunting voice echoes throughout the deepest, darkest depths of our soul!!
It's just so tragic! We don't know if we can even bear to listen to it again!!
We just can't believe Rolling Stone was so mean to her AH-Mazing album in their review!!
Read all of the lyrics of If you Say So…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Jane Lynch is going from high school to middle school!
The Glee star has confirmed she'll be making a guest appearance on the seminal season of Girl Meets World!
When asked about rumors she was dropping in on the sequel series, Jane tweeted:
If you haven't noticed yet, there has always been an epic slap scene in every season of Glee!
Let's go through them real quickly, shall we?
So many emotions!! Glee is back and it delivered a giant box of dramz to the front of our doorstep!
Can we just start off by saying the tension in the air during any, if not all, of Lea Michele and Naya Rivera's scenes were so thick you could cut that shiz with a butter knife?!
These two took frenemies to the next level!
Although Rachel was being a good friend by inviting Santana to her photo shoot and the two sing Brave (above), you can tell the wheels are turning in Santana's head! Which results in, well, you'll see!
Not only was there drama in NYC, but way back in Lima, Ohio, Jenna Ushkowitz's Tina and Kevin McHale's Artie were on the same boat, fighting for the valedictorian position!
So much drama and so little time! Take a look (below) at all the performances from last night's episode of Glee!
We’re back, Gleeks!
After the loooooooongest hiatus imaginable, Glee finally arrived back on the airwaves on their new night and time! (Which was a good move for them – Thursday and 9 was getting CROWDED!)
Anyway, the gang is gearing up for a pretty exciting back end of the season, including the highly-anticipated, two-part 100th episode celebration and the official switch over to a full-time New York centric series. So, enjoy the Lima scene while you can, because soon it will be a distant memory – like Terri Schuester and Hunter Clarington.
Still, if last night’s episode was any indication of what’s to come, the real fun – and drama – is in New York anyway, so you’ll probably never even miss the halls of McKinley. Not with Rachel Berry and Santana Lopez going at it like ANIMALS! Damn!
So, to the matter at hand…
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! WE KNOW IT’S BEEN AWHILE, BUT BY NOW, YOU SHOULD KNOW THE DRILL!
This scene must've been so difficult for Lea Michele to film, especially since the death of Cory Monteith and his character, Finn Hudson is so fresh in everyone's minds.
Chris Colfer, Chord Overstreet and Darren Criss were seen joining Lea on the set of Glee for an emotional vigil scene on Tuesday.
The actors looked sorrowful while carrying white roses and lit candles for the scene.
No word yet on who the vigil is for. Of all the things the Glee cast spilled, this was not one of them! We could make an informed guess, but for now we'll just say that it looks like this scene definitely takes place in New York. Do with that information as you wish.
Guess we'll just have to wait to see what happens.
[Image via Cousart/JFXimages/WENN.]