Grab your box of Kleenex, boys and girls, because the tears are about to start flowing!!
Glorious Glee goddess Jane Lynch sat down with the fabulous folks behind the It Gets Better project to discuss the second act of her life. Living as a lesbian woman in an often intolerant world wasn't often easy, but she's stronger because of the hardships she endured!
"It does get better," the 54-year-old A list actress promises, "and it got better for me."
Ch-ch-check out the first installment in the It Got Better video series…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
So. Many. Emotions.
After many grueling months of drama and rehearsals for Funny Girl, we finally get to see Lea Michele in all her Fanny Brice glory!
Well, okay, it wasn't actually Lea Michele playing Fanny Brice, it was Princess Lea as Rachel Berry playing Fanny Brice on Glee.
Got it? Lolz!
Jane Lynch is getting much more singing time!
First she performed NYC What Is It About You with Matthew Morrison and now this!
While Rachel was performing Who Are You Now on stage (above), Sue sang alongside her at a restaurant next to her new found NYC love! Meanwhile Rachel called on Finn in her heart and mind to help her dig up the emotion she needed to nail this incredible performance.
So, what are you waiting for?! Check out her AH-Mazing performances (below)!!
It's the moment Gleeks have been waiting for ever since Rachel Berry strutted out during Sectionals and belted out her now signature song, Don’t Rain On My Parade in the first season. Rachel Berry taking on the role of Fanny Brice has always been end game, but oh, how satisfying to finally be at this place!
In truth, since the original cast's graduation, it’s been a roller coaster ride watching Glee; the momentum with stories and plots have been ferociously up and down. But while this episode had more than one plothole glaring viewers in the face (WHERE’S BRITTANY???), it was the first episode since perhaps season three that felt perfectly like a season one episode. It made you cry, it made you laugh, and it made you cheer – you may have even gorged on the last of you Easter candy to get through all your feelings and then stood up in your living room to give a standing ovation to one miss Rachel Berry!
Oh, that was just us? That’s cool; we’re owning it.
But let’s go ahead and talk more about what actually happened in this episode, shall we?!
WARNING: THERE BE SPOILERS AHEAD! AND THEY BE SPOILERY! AVAST! STEER CLEAR! OR YOU KNOW, LIKE, JUST READ SOMETHING ELSE IF YOU DON’T WANT TO BE SPOILED!
They've made it! Mr. Shue and Sue Sylvester have made it!!
Matthew Morrison and Jane Lynch are making their debut in New York as they drop by and visit the former Gleeks who currently reside there!
Not only do we get the special treat of hearing Sue sing along with Mr. Shue, but their performance on the Glee stage is absolutely to die for!
Also, that stage production is just FAB!
Ch-ch-check out their AH-Mazing duet of NYC, What Is It About You? (above)!!
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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??
Will we be seeing more of the likes of Amber Riley, Mark Salling and the rest of the original Glee cast?
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:
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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!!!
It's pretty much safe to say the Glee cast is one of the hardest working ensembles on TV. What other show do U know that does rigorous dance routines and belt songs every week?
With the first part of the 100th episode set to air tonight, it's clear as day the end of McKinley as we know it is on the horizon. Not to mention the end of a Glee era by the time season 6 rolls around!
So, before it all ends, the cast members revealed what they'd like to see happen for their on-screen personas!
Lea Michele declared she wanted to do a lazy episode, which would totally be a far cry from Rachel Berry's hard working ethic: