He sure gets around (the globe) fast!
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Fame is the most important thing in our culture now, and if there's one thing we've learned… it's that actors will find a way to get back onto the show that made them famous if it's entering its last season.
And that's exactly what's happening with Glee!
After FOX's initial cast listing for the sixth season, four more names have been added to the list.
It's still unclear just how big of a role these four are going to play in the 13-episode final season, but Dianna, Mark, and Jenna are already on set, so we're hoping they'll be more important than just filling guest spots.
The above actors will be joining the already announced regulars, Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, Naya Rivera, Darren Criss, Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison, Chord Overstreet, Amber Riley, Kevin McHale, and Dot-Marie Jones.
While we loved Rachel and Kurt's New York plot line, we're very excited that this upcoming season is going to take place completely back in Lima, Ohio.
Make sure to tune in to see all of your favorite Glee stars return when the show premieres in early 2015.
[Image via Dianna Agron/Twitter]
Hold those tears! For goodness sake, hold it together!!
After what seems like an era of AH-Mazing musical madness on Glee, listening to the reinvented version of Don't Stop Believin' (above) just rips our hearts to shreds!
Not only is Finn Hudson noticeably missing from his leading part in this rendition, but all of the cast members joining in on the performance and singing their hearts out all while reverting back to the original choreography is enough to make everyone cry a river big enough to satisfy Justin Timberlake!
But seriously, when Mr. Shue looks up after Kurt enters the song, DEAD.
Don't say we didn't warn you, but, there are a few tear shedding performances. Keep those tissues on hand, you're gonna need them!
The future of our favorite Gleeks are still up in the air.
From what we've gathered before, Lea Michele (obvi), Naya Rivera, Chord Overstreet, Chris Colfer, Kevin McHale, and Darren Criss are returning to the series as it moves to NYC, but will our other favs make the big move too??
So many questions, yet so many vague answers!
The cast dishes on what's coming up next for their characters and their answers certainly fuel the speculation fires of returns from Glee guest to series regulars again!
For Sue Sylvester, Jane Lynch reveals:
The song that started it all!
If you didn't know or haven't noticed (how could you not?!) Glee has made it a mission to reinvent fan chosen songs from early episodes in honor of hitting the 100th episode mark!
The FOX dramedy went back to the beginning with this classic hit of Don't Stop Believin' and whilst we're definitely missing the wonderful vocals from one Cory Monteith, this version showcases the other vocal talents from those on Glee.
There are a few new and telling songs thrown into the mix, but let's not lose sight of the AH-Mazing reinvented songs!
From the sounds of it, Rachel and Santana (could it be?!) are putting aside their differences and being friends again?! Time will only tell, or rather, the next episode of Glee will tell!
Listen to the rest of the Glee songs featured in Tuesday's episode (below)!!
Ask and you shall receive!!
After Puck & Quinn rekindled their past love for the 100th episode, they continue their cute coupleship by doing a duet of Just Give Me A Reason by P!nk - EXCLUSIVELY brought to you by PerezHilton.com!
And if their adorable cover of Just Give Me A Reason doesn't cut it for you and you need more (everyone needs more Glee!), get ready for a whole album of your favorites titled Glee: The Music Celebrating 100 Episodes coming out on Tuesday!
We'll give you a moment to Gleek out!
Are you done? Now go listen to Puck & Quinn's duet of Just Give Me A Reason (above)!!
What a dangerous and Toxic trio!!
After months of teasing us with returns of our favorite original Glee club members and reveals of newly remixed songs, the performances from the epic 100th episode of Glee reminded us why we loved this series in the first place!
From diva-offs to the homecoming of the UnHoly Trinity to sweet reunions between a somewhat unlikely couple, this episode was pretty much jam packed with everything we've known and loved about Glee!!
We're surprised the TV screen didn't fog up from all that hotness going on! The rest of the performances weren't as scantily clad as this one, but that doesn't mean they weren't as enjoyable!
Ch-ch-check out the rest of the performances (below)!! But be warned there may be some spoilers, so watch all the musical numbers at your own risk!!
Reunited — and it feels so good!
So good! So good!
Last night, the show that made everyone want to sing again celebrated it’s 100th episode on the air. Glee has known some really great times and some recently, some really hard times, but the one thing that has stood the test of time is it’s ability to pull on people’s heart strings. It’s been close to 2 years since the original gang of Gleeks were together in one room, but thankfully, everyone – including Dianna Agron, Heather Morris and Mark Salling – signed on for the two-part, 100th episode extravaganza, where the crew says on final goodbye to the family they made in McKinley.
There were laughs, there were a lot of tears and there were two makeout sessions that actually elicited squeals of delight from every Gleek everywhere. Oh, and did we mention that Gwyneth Paltrow and Kristin Chenoweth returned? Because they did, with wine no less! LOL!
So jump on the Gleetime express and travel back to a time when no one had graduated, Nationals was still a seemingly unattainable goal and there were regularly scheduled episodes of Fondue For 2 … in our recap!
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! DON’T READ IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THE EPISODE. AND IF YOU’RE A TRUE GLEEK AND YOU HAVEN’T SEEN IT ALREADY – FOR SHAME!!!