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SPOILER ALERT! Glee has played a pivotal role in shaping a gay character with Kurt Hummel and has really helped create a good role model for teens struggling with their sexuality and helping with gay acceptance in its story lines. That role was then assisted with the addition of Kurt’s first real love interest in Blaine played by Darren Criss. However, the newest Glee spoiler is causing all of us to turn our head and get a little confused, and we’re not the only ones.

According to a Glee source, the character of Blaine is about to have an intimate encounter with someone of the opposite sex. This interaction causes Blaine to have second thoughts about his sexuality and begins to wonder if he swings both ways. I am going to go on the record in saying WTF!?!?

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Glee” is making a comeback for their next episode. From what? I have no idea, but I think the episode titled, “Comeback” refers to Lea Michele’s character making a comeback on McKinley High’s social scene. The newly single Rachel enlists the help of everyone’s favorite Cheerio, Brittany, to elevate her social status. Meanwhile, Sam starts up a tribute band. From the looks of it, the subject of their tribute will be Justin Bieber. LOL.

Now that you know the two main storylines for Tuesday’s upcoming episode, let me share two of the musical numbers that’ll be featured. First Rachel and Mercedes take on one of my favorite songs from the musical “Rent“. The two will work it out on the upbeat lesbian track, “Take Me or Leave Me“. Ironically enough, Idina Menzel who plays Rachel’s mother on “Glee” is the actress who provided the vocals in both the movie version and Broadway musical. Circle of life indeed.

The other I have for you today comes courtesy of Artie and Sam. The New Directions’ boys will work out their inner boy band personas and take on Justin Bieber’s “Somebody To Love“. I can’t wait to see why the duo decided to take on this bubble gum track. Will it be a serenade to Quinn by Sam or is this part of another of Will Schuester’s silly lessons. Check out both covers below.

listen to both tracks after the jump

Now, why couldn’t this have been the Super Bowl episode. As they say, sometimes bigger isn’t always better…. Well, unless your name is Lauren Zizes and in that case it’s mucho better. The newest New Direction member was one of the highlights of this fantastic episode, along with Santana and Blaine. Seriously, these new kids are really giving the originals a run for their money. Santana has really grown into her bitch character from last season. Never mess with a girl from Lima Heights Adjacent, is what I always say.

Tonight’s Valentine-themed episode titled, “Silly Love Songs“, was the epitome of what I love about Glee. The show’s ability to mix current contemporary hits and golden oldies and integrate them to progress character development and storylines along is bar none. Sure, some of the scenarios tonight were far fetched and over the top, but at least it had a purpose. Fair enough, Puck falling for Lauren isn’t the most realistic, but I love how writers created a big girl who isn’t insecure, but rather full of confidence. PS. How awesome was that scene when she threw Santana around like a rag doll? BRILLBALLS.

Speaking of over-the-top, I noticed about halfway through that Sue Sylvester was M.I.A. Last year I couldn’t get enough of her, but this year she’s become a caricature of her former greatness. Apparently it’s possible to get too much of a good thing. Hopefully, when she returns the writers bring back the brilliance that made her into goddess Sue and avoid stunts like Sue going cray cray during the Super Bowl episode. That overly extended segment when she threw around stuff was so not necessito.

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That huge collective gasp you heard moments ago was from little monsters all around the world. Why??? Simple, their leader, Lady Gaga, unveiled the official cover art for her “Born This Way” single debuting this Friday in a global event at 9 a.m EST / 2 p.m GMT. Originally, the track was supposed to debut at this Sunday’s Grammys but was bumped up. Gaga is still scheduled to perform “Born This Way” at the 53rd Grammy Awards on Sunday.

I honestly can’t figure out which group of fans are more excited about new music from their idols, Britney’s or Lady Gaga’s. The track has generated so much buzz that “Glee” has already purchased rights to cover the song in an upcoming episode. Word has it, it’ll have something to do with homophobe high school bully, Dave Karofsky’s coming out story. I can’t wait.

British fashion photographer, Nick Knight, captured the above image for Gaga’s single cover. What do you think? I love the lion-inspired hairstyle and the pointy bumps all over her shoulders and face. It’s so animalistic, tranny and fierce all at the same time. What are your thoughts? Will the single live up to all the hype?

Our favorite trainwreck ginger might be getting an orange jumpsuit to match her hair after her court hearing tomorrow. Lindsay Lohan is being accused of stealing a $2500 necklace from a store and has an arraignment hearing tomorrow at 1:30pm where we’ll see if she actually does get charged with felony theft. She denies stealing the jewellery.

TMZ reports that there is surveillance video footage showing Lindsay wearing the necklace as she left the store, hidden amongst the rest of the jewellery she was wearing. Hmm – I’m undecided at this point. On one hand, I wouldn’t put it past her to do something like this…she’s been on a downward spiral for years. On the other hand, the police say she had more than enough money on her in cash to pay for the necklace, and when you’re a celebrity, wouldn’t you expect that all eyes would be on you at all times? As if the people in the store weren’t gawking over her while she shopped (or shoplifted in this case)

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Debra Messing Joins NBC’s Pilot Project, Smash

In: TV Shows, Tyrell

A few weeks back, I told you about Steven Spielberg’s newest TV pilot project for NBC titled Smash. The concept is a group of adults in the musical theatre industry in New York, work together to create a Broadway musical. Most details on the project have been pretty minimal considering it is still in the beginning phases. However, a casting announcement has dropped that has everyone a buzz.

Debra Messing has joined on and quelle surprise Jacqueline… she’s playing opposite a homo. This time, her gay ‘romantic lover’ won’t be an uptight attorney, but a musical composer working on the same show as her character, Julia.

Find out more info on Smash after the jump.

Not only have we waited since December for a brand new “Glee” episode, but we also had to endure a lackluster halftime show (sorry BEP) to finally watch the heavily promoted “The Sue Sylvester Super Bowl Shuffle“. Was it the worth the wait… mmmm, I think not. To say it was a let down would be an understatement. Perhaps, I was just worn down from a hectic fun-filled weekend in Whistler for WinterPRIDE to enjoy the episode. All the time I was at my friend’s Super Bowl party, I just kept wishing I was at home, watching the game, commercials and “Glee” in bed with a bucket of KFC.

This episode perfectly illustrated what has been good and bad with this season of “Glee”. Some hit or miss performances, all over the place character development with some incredibly touching moments. There were things I definitely liked, but I was expecting the episode to take flight, but it never did. I just remember the awesome post-Super Bowl “Alias” episode a few years back. That was AMAZING and truly felt like a special event.

As much as some guest cameos drive me up the wall, I did find Katie Couric’s sorta wooden performance hilarious. I also enjoyed the Dalton Academy Warblers performance, but just felt it had no plot relevancy. By and far the most disappointing aspect of the show was the overly hyped “Thriller” homage. I was bored of it before it even began, which is saying a lot since I love working out my Thriller moves at a party.

check out quotes and performances for Glee’s Super Bowl episode after the jump

Glee Super Bowl Episode Preview Pics

In: Donovan, TV Shows

Happy Super Bowl Sunday everyone. While millions of die hard footballs are glad that the big game between the Pittsburgh Steelers & Green Bay Packers is finally here, Gleeks and myself are more excited about what’s happening once the Vince Lombardi trophy has been handed out. Not only is there a new episode of “Glee“, but it’s a Super Bowl-sized one. TOUCHDOWN!!!

Since “Glee” received the highly-coveted post-Super Bowl time slot, Ryan Murphy is promising a spectacular episode. I’m sure the network is hoping so, as well. Reportedly, it cost between $3-5 million to film the episode, making it the most expensive episode of “Glee” ever. So what you can expect from the extravaganza? Check out the following description:

A local football championship game takes place and the New Directions tackle a “Thriller” and “Heads Will Roll” mash-up, performed during the halftime show. Mr. Schuester and Coach Beiste devise a plot to bring together the warring glee club and football team factions, and the Cheerios, McKinley High’s cheerleading team, compete at Regionals; Sue, desperate to win, launches a dangerous plan to bring home a trophy.

view more pics from the episode after the jump

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