Apparently, Matthew Morrison has let the cat out of the bag about the Valentine's Day edition of "Glee". In addition to the break-ups and make-ups that are part of each episode. the song list for February 8th, goes like this
My wife & daughter were rooting for the stars of "Glee" during last night's Golden Globe awards. In addition to Chris being one of the few people to finish an acceptance speech without having to be played offstage by the "shut up" music, I thought Jane Lynch was terrific as well. Check out what your favorite Gleeks looked like before hitting it big!
Yes, you read that headline correctly. The people at FunnyOrDie have created a tribute to the show "Glee" (starring some of the characters from the show). It's a parody of the song "Nothin' But A G Thang" by Dr. Dre called "Nuthin' But A Glee Thang" and is one of the funniest videos I've seen this week.
Warning: Make sure your kids, your boss, and anyone you know that's easily offended is out of the room. This video does contain some foul language and may not be suitable for work.
Jane Lynch is to appear on an episode of 'The Simpsons' next season. She is the actress who plays Sue Sylvester, the ruthless cheerleader coach, on 'Glee'. She will be playing Homer's new assistant at the nuclear power plant.
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