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Glee Lets It Go In New Promo For Final Season

In: Donovan, TV Shows

If there ever was a song perfect to promote Glee‘s final season, it’s hands down Frozen‘s ubiquitous anthem. Gleeks have to come to grips that their once mighty show is dunzo and it’s time to, as Elsa so eloquently sings, “Let It Go.”

FOX certainly thinks so. The network cut the episodes to just 13 episodes for the musical’s final year and cast it to Friday nights to finish out its run. Definitely a far cry from when Ryan Murphy’s water cooler show was the network’s prize pony.

In a new promo, Lea Michele sings the Oscar-winning track as she heads back to McKinley High to resurrect New Directions. It won’t be easy though. She has to face off against Sue Sylvester in the imaginary Thunderdome to do so. Glee returns Friday, January 9. Check out the clip below.

watch the promo after the jump


Finally, I think The Voice has a potential multi-platinum selling artist on their hands. While Cassadee Pope and Danielle Bradbery have enjoyed moderate success, there hasn’t been a bona fide superstar to emerge from the singing competition as of yet.

I have a hunch that’s all going to change this year, if Matt McAndrew or Chris Jamison win. I wasn’t a fan of either when the finalists were first announced but both have won me over tremendously, especially Jamison. He’s the one I’m rooting for. He’s part Justin Timberlake, part Nick Jonas and all kinds of sexy.

Correct me if I’m wrong, but I believe for the first time ever, all four finalists recorded an original song and filmed a music video to accompany it. Sure the visuals aren’t anything innovative but given the turnaround time, I think they’re stellar. Each finalist was given a solid track to perform, giving everyone an equal shot. As stated before, I’m rooting for Jamison because I love his track “Velvet” though McAndrew and Damien with “Wasted Love” and “Soldier” respectively are great as well. Definitely check out all the clips below.

check out all the music videos after the jump


In January, TLC gets in the late night talk show game with its very first entry, All About Sex. The network has ordered six half-hour episodes of the new weekly program and will launch it January 10 at 11pm. Fittingly, it’ll premiere after Sex Sent Me To The ER.

The chatfest will feature the wild, insightful, and relatable opinions and ideas of four incredibly different and accomplished women. Comedian Margaret Cho headlines the panel that will break down the “behind closed doors” conversations about sex and love, and connect with women via social media to answer question and dispel misconceptions about what could be considered America’s favorite pastime.

Rotating segments will include observations on the week’s craziest sex-related news and open conversations about love and marriage. Find out below who else is joining Cho on the panel.

find out who her co-hosts are after the jump


Although she proclaimed last year’s Most Fascinating People special was the last, Barbara Walters returned to ABC Sunday night with a 2014 edition. You can’t keep a good broad down. Not only did the alphabet network resurrect the annual special, but also super-sized it, expanding it to two full hours.

While I enjoy the special, I thought last year’s supposed final list was fitting with Hillary Rodham Clinton as her last ‘Most Fascinating Person.’ The 85-year-old journalist picked the former First Lady as her first back in 1993.

The ten personalities that made the cut this year were Scarlett Johansson, Chelsea Handler, Taylor Swift, Neil Patrick Harris, Oprah Winfrey, Michael Strahan, businessmen Elon Musk and David H. Koch and author George RR Martin. Find out below who the ‘Most Fascinating Person’ is and why Walters chose her.

watch the video after the jump to find out

Facebook 2014 Year In Review

In: Celeb Gossip & News, Donovan, Movies, Music, TV Shows

Earlier this week, Facebook released their annual list revealing the most popular media of 2014 on the social networking site. Game of Thrones took top honors in television while Frozen and “Happy” by Pharrell Williams earned top placement on the movie and songs Top 10 list respectively.

The category on their annual review that intrigued me most was their compilation of the moments we shared in 2014 that affected, shocked and entertained us all. Serious fare such as the ebola virus outbreak and conflict in Gaza along with lighthearted moments like the 2014 World Cup and the viral sensation, the ice bucket challenge, earned a slot.

Find out below what topped their Top 10 Topics of the Year list, along with the remainder of the Top 10 lists for movies, television, songs and celebrities.

check out the lists after the jump


On its mid-season winter finale airing December 14, Once Upon A Time says goodbye to Elsa and her Frozen buddies. Personally, it’s about time the ABC show ices them out.

Coming into this season I was excited but after watching the first couple of weeks I lost interest and most of the episodes have been sitting on ice on my digital recording device. Dare I say, it was worse than the Peter Pan arc from last year. Hopefully, Executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis rebound with their new story arc.

A trio of evil familiar faces will make their debut this Sunday. Dubbed the Queens of Darkness, Maleficent (Kristin Bauer Van Straten), Ursula (Merrin Dungey) and Cruella de Vil (Victoria Smurfit) head over to Storybrooke to wreak havoc. Smurfit really looks the part, but I feel Dungey was miscast. Too bad they didn’t call on RuPaul to play the Little Mermaid villain.

Entertainment Weekly speaks with Horowitz and Kitsis about the second half of this season and shares a few exclusive pics. Head over to to read what they have in store for us, along with how the producers decide which beloved characters they’re going to use next.


I’ll most likely never forgive Ryan Seacrest for unleashing Keeping Up With The Kardashians and its multiple spinoffs upon us. Can you? However, his latest project has piqued my interest.

ABC Family has ordered a straight-to-series documentary from the 39-year-old’s production company. My Transparent Life follows a teenage boy named Ben who just learns that his parents are not only divorcing, but that his father is going through a gender transition from Charlie to Carly. The series will explore how the decision from the family’s patriarch affects his family during this emotional time.

“ABC Family is best known for its complex, loving and relatable family programming, and we are so proud to partner with Ryan Seacrest Productions to share Ben’s incredible real-life story,” said ABC Family prexy Tom Ascheim. “While Ben’s family situation is unusual, the themes and coming-of-age issues are universal, and we think our viewers will find a real connection to them.”

I have to applaud ABC Family for consistently airing thought-provoking programs that open the minds of their young viewers. Read what Ryan has to say about his new program below.

learn what Ryan has to say after the jump


Nominations for The 72nd Golden Globe Awards were revealed earlier today at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Jeremy Piven, Kate Beckinsale, Peter Krause, and Paula Patton were on hand to announce those being honored by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

Leading the pack with seven nominations is Oscar frontrunner Birdman which received acting nods for Michael Keaton, Edward Norton and Emma Stone along with Best Director and Best Musical or Comedy. Coming in close behind with five nominations each were Boyhood and The Imitation Game. The Martin Luther King pic, Selma, rebounded after yesterday’s SAG snub by scoring multiple nominations.

Noticeably absent were Clint Eastwood’s Sniper and Angelina Jolie’s Unbroken. They walked away with nothing even though both have been in the mix during this awards season. Interstellar only received one nom, for Hans Zimmer’s score. Are the HFPA going legit and no longer the massive starf*ckers they once were?

Jennifer Aniston and Jake Gyllenhaal, once considered long shots in the acting categories, followed up their Screen Actors Guild honors with Globe nominations. Julianne Moore, who’s considered the one to beat for Best Actress, scored two acting nods- Still Alice and Map To The Stars. In a surprising twist, Quvenzhané Wallis got a mention for Annie. Who knew the HFPA were such fans of everyone’s favorite orphan?

On the television front, Fargo and True Detective led the way with five and four nominations respectively. One of my new favorite shows, Jane The Virgin, received some love for Best Actress In A Comedy and Best Comedy. Viola Davis also notched one for How To Get Away With Murder.

This year’s long list of snubs include Mad Men, Sons of Anarchy, The Comeback and The Walking Dead. Perennial nominee Modern Family failed to score one for Best Comedy. The big names not to land an acting nod include The Normal Heart’s Julia Roberts, Scandal’s Kerry Washington and Orphan Black’s Tatiana Maslany.

The Golden Globe Awards will air on January 11, hosted by Amy Poehler and Tina Fey. Check out all the nominees below.

check out all the nominations after the jump

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