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Before Grant Gustin became The Flash, he was best known as that evil Warbler on Glee. For Gustin’s 26th birthday, Colton Haynes went out of his way to remind his buddy of his past.

The Arrow actor donned a Dalton Academy Warbler blazer and performed a quick dance number to wish his friend Gustin a happy birthday. I wonder what I have to do to get Haynes to do the same for me on my b-day 😉 Check out the cute clip below.

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Not everything smells as wonderful as chestnuts roasting on an open fire or as fragrant as a freshly-cut tree. With all the food out, family staying over, guests’ bodily functions and other malodorous scents, the holiday season can sometimes become a very smelly affair.

Glee stars, Jane Lynch and Matthew Morrison, reunite to sing the “12 Stinks of Christmas” for a cute Febreze commercial. This holiday season eliminate stinks in a merry way using the brand’s Limited Edition Holiday Collection scents. Check out the clip below.

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Orange Is The New Black’s Emmys Petition Denied

In: Donovan, TV Shows

The Emmys recently instituted a new rule change that dictates all hour-long shows will be considered dramas while half-hour shows fall as comedies. However, networks can petition the Academy to have a program be placed in an alternate category.

Orange Is The New Black snagged 12 nominations in the comedy categories last year, winning three. The hit Netflix series will now be officially classified as a drama after having their petition denied by a nine-member panel who watched all episodes of the current season.

It’ll be interesting to see if OITNB can snag any Emmy noms in the drama category. Even more interesting is who’ll fill the void in the comedy ones. Find out below which hour-long shows were approved by Academy.

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It’s the end of an era this week. After six seasons, Glee says good-bye in a special two-hour event. Over the years, the FOX musical has covered hundreds of songs, but the last note will be, surprisingly, an original composition.

Fittingly, Lea Michele belts out the last tune on Friday. “This Time” is an original song written by Darren Criss. The 28-year-old actress revealed the emotional track sent her to her knees upon hearing it the first time. Here’s what Criss told Entertainment Weekly about his song.

“I wrote ‘This Time’ as a love note to all things Glee. The show itself, the emotions of the people leaving it—both the characters and the actors themselves, the effect it had on everyone — I tried to cram all these ideas into a single person’s narrative. I wanted Rachel’s words to encapsulate not only her own personal journey, but everyone’s experience of being a part of this show—whether you were behind the camera, in front of the camera, or watching it at home for these past few years. Hearing Lea sing this song was a really cathartic moment for me. It was a perfect way to say goodbye to the whole experience, and I really look forward to getting to share it with the world. I hope ‘This Time’ will resonate with as many people watching Glee as it did for me and those of us who had a hand in making it.” – Darren Criss told

Another track that I’m looking forward to seeing on the finale finds Michele once again teaming up with Chris Colfer for another amazing duet. Arguably, one of the duos’ finest and most memorable duets was their cover of “Defying Gravity.” The two take on another number from Wicked. Check out “Popular” below, along with Glee’s final song ever. That is, until a ten year reunion that will undoubtedly take place 😉

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Lea Michele Covers Ariana Grande’s Break Free

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This Fall, Lea Michele and Ariana Grande will appear on the small screen together on Ryan Murphy’s new anthology series, Scream Queens. I can’t wait. Murphy, without a doubt, always delivers on a killer first season of any of his programs. His subsequent ones are a bit less predictable. Just look at Glee and American Horror Story’s last seasons. #underwhelming

In an upcoming episode of the FOX musical, Michele covers Grande’s dance hit “Break Free.” Not surprisingly, Lea sounds fantastic on it. Perhaps it due to the fact she actually enunciates 😉 It’s a shame her recording career never went anywhere. She truly is a gifted vocalist. Hopefully, Lea sports Ariana’s signature ponytail during the scene she performs this song. Check out Lea and company’s cover below.

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Alex Newell made a triumphant return to Glee on last week’s episode to reprise his role of transgender teen ,Wade “Unique” Adams. He gave an outstanding performance backed up by a 200-strong transgender choir. There’s no denying the 22-year-old has a stellar voice. He’ll definitely be one Glee alum who’ll have a solid future when the FOX musical show ends its run.

Blonde recognized the superb talent oozing from his pores. The UK deep house duo, who recently scored a Top 10 UK hit with “I Love You,” enlisted Newell for their latest dance track, “All Cried Out.”

Alex’s powerful pipes elevate the banging house jam into anthemic territory. This has club hit written all over it. Newell may never crossover to bonafide pop star but dance diva is a strong possibility. Give the track a listen below.

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Hedwig and the Angry Inch initially was to end after Neil Patrick Harris’ run but has enjoyed healthy ticket sales even after Harris’ departure. It’d be silly to close down the Tony-winning production now.

Andrew Rannells, Michael C. Hall and the musical’s co-creator and its original star, John Cameron Mitchell, have all stepped in to take on the titular role since. In April, the production will see another cast rotation. Find out which Glee actor is playing the East German transgender singer next.

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Who’s Returning For Glee’s 100th Episode?

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When Glee paid tribute to Cory Monteith, many fans were surprised not everyone returned for the special episode. Most notably Dianna Agron (Quinn), since her character and Finn had such a complex history. Speculation began that there was beef between the actress and Lea Michele or Ryan Murphy. All parties involved denied it (naturally of course).

For the FOX show’s milestone 100th episode, Murphy sent out invites to the original cast. One by one, former regular cast members including Amber Riley, Mark Salling and Harry Shum Jr confirmed their participation. While it’s great to see them, today’s announcement is the most exciting. Both Heather Morris and Agron have been added to the returning alums. Morris was written off the show when she announced her pregnancy. In addition to all the above, one notable guest star is also joining the celebration. Find out who below.

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