Very few things are off-limits in the universe of Glee: characters can become puppets, men can believe in fake pregnancies for far too long, and Molly Shannon can arrive and inexplicably disappear in the blink of an eye. But last night, Glee did something they’ve never done before: they aired a never-before-seen episode.
Well, sort of.
Last year, there was in fact a Christmas episode of Glee. Blaine and Kurt went ice skating, Sue bought presents for Marley and her mom … you all remember this right? Well, apparently, there was second storyline that could’ve come to pass; a plan B, if you will. So Ryan Murphy and the gang decided to go back and time, step on a grasshopper, and create an alternate timeline where Kurt didn’t spend his Christmas with Blaine, Santana still had a broken heart over leaving Brittany and McKinley gave a green light to one of the most twistedly perfect nativity scenes of all time.
So hop into RIB’s mystical time warp (it’s just a jump to the left) and read on to hear how Glee COULD’VE spent Christmas last year!
WARNING: YULETIDE CAROLS BEING SUNG BY A CHIOR – NOT AHEAD. BUT THERE ARE SPOILERS AND EVEN THOUGH IT WON’T REALLY EFFECT THE STORY IN THE LONG HAUL, IF YOU DON’T WANNA KNOW WHAT COULD’VE BEEN, DON’T READ ON.
The Sound Of Music LIVE was Do-Re-Mi-Fa-So-La-Ti-Dough for NBC's ratings bank!
The three-hour stage performance of the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical delivered a whopping 18.5 million viewers—which was NBC's highest rated Thursday night non-sporting event ever!
Carrie Underwood and Stephen Moyer's portrayal of Fraulein Maria and Captain Von Trapp captured the classic story and provided enjoyment for people that don't usually experience live theater on the reg!
We have a feeling this whole holiday theatrical event will be a reoccurring theme in years to come!
CLICK HERE to see which celebs watched the show and live tweeted along!
With the Grammy Nomination Concert a mere hours away now, it was announced yesterday that Drake would not be performing due to a scheduling confllct! Uh, we don't think that's exactly pulling out in time!
A rep for Drizzy explained that something (started from the bottom and now) just came up:
The hills were alive with Audra McDonald's majestic mega-talent!
During NBC's The Sound Of Music LIVE last night, Miz McDonald aka Mother Abbess totes stole the show with her flawless rendition of Climb Ev’ry Mountain!
We knew the Grammy and Tony winning performer would bring it—but had no idea her emotional ferocity would hit us so hard!
If you listen closely towards the end, you might hear angels weeping from the beauty that is Audra!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-mazing and show-stopping performance (above!) and bask in the perfection that was this moment in live televised theater history!
This is awesome!
Well, sort of.
We were super sad to hear Kelly Clarkson go on Ellen and talk about how she's having a shizzy first trimester. The fabulous singer has been dealing with some extreme bouts of morning sickness, and it occurs almost every day!
But Ellen Degeneres seemed to inspire the musical lady who's eleven weeks pregnant to talk about everything from weird baby names to the lies that other people say about pregnant women!
Even Ellen was left speechless! Which is NOT an everyday affair!
Check out this brilliant six minute piece by clicking PLAY directly (above) !!!
We've been lizzing ourselves constantly since last night! Hmm should we call a Doctor Spaceman about that?
During The Sound of Music Live last night, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler appeared in the first of hopefully many HIGHlarious Golden Globes promos!
In it, the two try to sing a preview of the opening song they wrote for the show, and we're sure that as soon as the two get somewhat close to the right key, that it's gonna be AH-mazing!
Pitch please! Tina and Amy trying to find the right note to sing = the funniest!
Ch-ch-check out these funny ladies on key (above)!!!
She was invited back, and her episode hasn't even air yet?!
We know the white witch's #1 fan Misty Day is more than thrilled! Ha!
In a new interview with EW, Ryan Murphy gushed Stevie Nicks might be his favorite part of American Horror Story: Coven—so much so, he's taking one of her ideas and featuring it on ANOTHER episode this season!
We know Miz Nicks will appear on ep. 10 as a means to bribe Misty into the coven, but Ryan revealed the Fleetwood Mac singer's second coming was all on her own accord:
"We have Stevie for another. Stevie will be in episode 10 and then we have Stevie for another one, doing an idea that she came up with that I thought was too perfect to say no to. Hilariously, Stevie read some of the scripts and called up and said “Are you aware that one of the things you’re doing I actually wrote a song about?” I’m like, “You’ve got to be kidding.” Then I remembered the song. We have something cool that was her idea."
Wonder what song ties into the voodoo vs. witch war perfectly?!
Rhiannon, Sara and Leather and Lace…
The possibilities are bewitchingly endless!
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