Uh-oh, drama is a-brewin' on the Glee set and we're not talking about the scripted dramz!
Talk about a figurative slap in the face!
But maybe life is imitating art for these two!
At least one thing in Kat's life is going right!!
Katharine McPhee teamed up with the boys of OneRepublic last night and gave us an elimination episode performance to remember!
We're still reeling from the singer's short and sassy haircut, but as soon as she opened her mouth and sang her pretty little soul out, we were riveted!!
Ch-ch-check out their perfect performance of If I Lose Myself on last night's American Idol (above)!
Thankfully the song was sensational, because Katharine might be forced to cut this in her new reel if Smash continues to sink!
But finally it looks like there might be a bit of a silver lining for fans of the show!
Rumors began swirling that Katharine McPhee might also be on her way out, a move that would most likely be the last nail in the coffin for the dying series. One source even went so far as to say:
This ain’t good news for Smash fans!
Being moved to Saturday night TV is pretty much like being put in a coffin and laid to rest in a failed TV show graveyard.
And that’s just what’s happening to Katharine McPhee and Smash as the show is moving to Saturday nights at 9 p.m. on NBC starting on April 6th.
Even though the show will continue to air, the ratings for the second season are HURTING.
It's true, Jennifer Hudson couldn't even save the show!
Unfortunately, the premiere only brought in 4.5 million viewers while numbers have been declining with the most recent episode getting less than 3 million viewers.
Well, if there is any show that can revive itself from near TV death, it's one with two formerly booted American Idol contestants who've gone on to bigger and greater things!
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Oh no… it sounds like one show just might be headed for cancellation!
Just one month into season two, NBC’s Smash has not been doing too well in the ratings rat race and on Tuesday night, it hit a new series low!
The show dropped 22 percent in ratings, nearly tying the CW’s Hart Of Dixie — definitely not a good sign!
Compared to the show’s pilot episode, which raked in around 11 million viewers, just a little over 2 million viewers from Tuesday night’s episode is quite the decline!!!
With such a superstar cast and LOTS of dramz, what could’ve gone wrong?
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ATTN: Smash and Katharine McPhee fans!
You don't have to wait till February 5th to see Smash's big come-back, cuz you can watch it RIGHT NOW! AHHHH!
NBC has released the first hour of Smash's two-hour season 2 premiere online, starting…. this instant!
Where can you watch it? The sneaky peek will be available through you cable's "On Demand" stuffs, and online at NBC.com, Hulu, iTunes, Amazon and Xbox.
We haven't seen it (yet), but we are PRAYING this first hour features and appearance from the the musical's newest addition, Jennifer Hudson!
OMG! We totally know what we're doing when we get home! SO EXCTED!
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Holy shimmying jazz hands!
Ch-ch-check out a brand new character Veronica "Ronnie" Moore (Jennifer Hudson) as she sings an ORIGINAL ballad called I Can't Let Go, with Ivy (Megan Hilty) and Karen (Katharine McPhee) accompanying (above)!
OOOOOO lady, that voice is undeniable in it's power!
And we can't wait to get better acquainted with Ronnie's storyline, which apparently includes a rather controlling Momma!
Tap-tap-tapping our toes in SUCH excitement for Smash's return!
Oh Em Geeee! The Smash moment we’ve all been waiting for!
And now some behind the scenes tidbits along with a preview of Jennifer's Smash appearance are here (above)!
DAYUM! That voice!
Check out the video to find out her favorite part and the biggest challenge with this role.
We can’t wait for it, gurl!!