And the love just keeps pouring in!
And the love just keeps pouring in!
By this point, you certainly know our stance!
We firmly believe deep down in the depths of our Zac Efron-encrusted hearts that marriage is a RIGHT that should be available to every single person alive!!
No couple in love should be denied the right to marry on the grounds of gender or sexual orientation!
But we aren't the only outspoken supporters of marriage equality, not even close!
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You know what? We’re just going to come out and say it – what the hell happened in last night’s Glee?
No, no. There was no major plot twist that boggled our minds or some truth bomb that changed the course of the entire season. There was, however, Chord Overstreet in puffy sleeves, Lea Michele running and slow motion, and A LOT of tiny, neon booty shorts.
Yeah, last night’s Glee was more of what you would probably call a jukebox episode, one more about the music than developing any kind of plot. So, in all honesty, you didn’t miss too much – except for the incomparable Darren Criss crooning at the piano (possibly live?) and the first ever performance of the Spice Girls!
Which is still a lot to miss in our estimation, but we’re guilty of being freakin’ hardcore Gleeks! So, maybe you shouldn’t go by us.
Still, we’ll catch you up on what did happen, if for nothing more than the chuckles and the smiles!
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! NOTHING TO CRAY CRAY, BUT STILL WORTH AVOIDING IF YOU WANT TO WATCH THE EPISODE UNTARNISHED! BE GONE WITH YOU IF YOU DON’T WANT TO KNOW!
It's jitterbug time, Gleeks!
Like Siskel & Ebert! Like Starsky & Hutch! Like the H.M.S. Titanic and icebergs!
We're surprised it Ryan Murphy and co. this long to cover Wham!'s
most only infectious hit!
Surprise, surprise — they absolutely SLAY IT! But don't take our word for it…
Ch-ch-check out the Glee club's fiercely fabulous performance of Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go (above)!
Yessss!! It's ah-mazing! It's perfect!
And you can catch it again on tonight on Fox!
Yes! Yes! Yes!
For its first two seasons, American Horror Story has had its fair share of ghosts, devil babies, serial killer, mutants, aliens, and now, it's officially confirmed that for the third season…WITCHES are coming!
So many, in fact, that the official title has been revealed to be American Horror Story: Coven!
Series creator Ryan Murphy made the announcement during the 2013 PaleyFest Panel last night, while also not only CONFIRMING that Kathy Bates will be going head-to-head with alum Jessica Lange for this installment of the anthology frightfest, but that as speculated, production will move on-location to New Orleans!
And that may just be the START!
The woman behind season 1's creepy maid and season 2's angel of death will return for the third season of American Horror Story and this time, Frances Conroy's role will be bigger than ever before!
The actress revealed:
Oh boy did it ever!
It was quite a legendary sh*tstorm this week on Glee, as many of our favorite charactrs had to deal with the fallout of some pretty dastardly behavior on Valentine’s Day.
You remember, don’t you? To recap…. Finn kissed Emma, who left Will at the alter, who allowed the wedding reception to go on even though there was no wedding, where Blaine and Kurt got freaky, in the room next to Quinn and Santana, in the room next to Marly and Jake, who didn’t get freaky, but Marley later got kissy with Jake’s best friend Ryder and oh yeah, Rachel is (maybe) pregnant, with the babydaddy TBD!
Now that you’re all caught up, let’s get to how everyone’s world has come crashing down on them…
WARNING: SPOILERS ABOUT LAST NIGHT’S EPISODE AHEAD. IF YOU DON’T WANNA KNOW, WE HAVEN’T THE SLIGHTEST CLUE WHY YOU ARE READING THIS. THERE’S PROBABLY A JUSTIN BIEBER UPDATED AROUND HERE SOMEWHERE. GO READ THAT, MAKE SURE HE'S STILL FINE AND SHIRTLESS. BUT IF YOU DO WANNA KNOW HOW GLEE ROCKED LAST NIGHT, LET’S BOOGIE…