Tribute to Fallen Star With Include Eight Houston Songs
Lea Michele, Amber Riley, Chris Colfer and Naya Rivera sing one of Whitney Houston’s earliest hits “How Will I Know” in the upcoming episode of “Glee.” It’s a stirring tribute to the fallen star whose Feb. 11 death was linked to drugs.
“Glee’s” Chris Colfer heads to the big screen in “Struck by Lightning,” but judging from a newly released trailer he doesn’t stray far from his Glee roots. No singing this time, though.
Darren Criss, does his best Michael Jackson impression singing “Wanna Be Startin’ Something” in a new sneak preview of Glee’s tribute to the King of Pop. Criss’s Blaine Anderson does a great crotch grab.
Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, and Chris Colfer failed to translate to the big screen. “Glee 3D” bombed over the weekend. Maybe that’s because it cut out all the shenanigans that makes the TV show so popular.
The “Glee” exodus continues. Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith are leaving. The moves rip a big hole in the hugely popular cast that show co-creator Ryan Murphy will have a tough time filling.
Heather Morris and Naya Rivera sexed it up onstage, capping a racy performance by the Glee cast in Dublin. True to their characters, they kissed as did Darren Criss and Chris Colfer for the first time to screams from the audience.
Golden Globe winner Chris Colfer highlighted “Glee’s” gay pride and empowerment episode, which paid tribute to Lady Gaga, but conservatives fumed in the (right) wings over the show’s content.