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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.

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Last time we were in Lima, Sue Slyvester (Jane Lynch) had finally successfully shut down the Glee club. Having failed in becoming a TV actress, Rachel (Lea Michele) returns to Lima to regroup and figure out her next steps. When she discovers New Directions’ fate, she vows to reinstate the group that helped launch her career. Perhaps in honor of Finn (Corey Monteith), Rachel will now lead it.

What does this mean for Mr. Schu (Matthew Morrison)? Apparently, he’ll have a surprising new gig as will fan favorites Blaine (Darren Criss) and Sam (Chord Overstreet) who also return back to Ohio from NYC. Find out who’s noticeably not listed as a series regular for the final season below.

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It appears Lea Michele is padding her acting resume in preparation for life after Glee. Smart move considering her recording career has seemingly gone nowhere despite a valiant effort.

Speaking of which, not that I was expecting the next pop diva, but I thought she’d perform far better on the charts and radio than she has. I’m a little shocked both “Cannonball” and “On My Way” have flopped, especially the latter. “On My Way” is a solid summer pop jam.

Where is she popping up? Personally, I thought she’d appear on HBO’s Looking given that her gay bff Jonathan Groff stars on it. Michele also previously expressed in reuniting with her former Spring Awakening co-star. Sadly, she’s not heading to San Francisco but somewhere else. Find out below.

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Lea Michele Channels Teenage Dream For New Music Video

In: Donovan, Music

If you watch the video on mute, you’d swear it was Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream.” Seriously, it’s practically its twin.

Lea Michele is wise to draw inspiration from that clip given it was a chart-topper and the Glee actress’ debut single, “Cannonball,” failed to do any damage on the charts. Picking the Sia-penned “On My Way” is a wise follow-up. It’s one of the more pop radio-friendly tracks on her album.

Despite the lack of creativity for the “On My Way” visual, I have to say I love it. Michele looks absolutely stunning, shedding her good girl image. Girl gets her sexy on in revealing outfits while canoodling with a blond surfer-looking stud. Check out the Hannah Lux Davis-directed visual below which was shot in the desert in Palmdale, California.

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Lea Michele Says You’re Mine On New Ballad

In: Donovan, Music

Surprise, it’s another ballad from Lea Michele. “You’re Mine” is the latest track from iTunes’ Countdown campaign promoting the release of Michele’s debut album Louder. She previously revealed this is her favorite song off the album.

“I listened to it the other day—it was the one song I had the most emotional reaction to, just because that’s my relationship with Cory.” – Lea Michele

There’s no denying the Glee actress has serious pipes, but given that “Cannonball” didn’t do as well as Lea’s people hoped, one would think her team would preview an uptempo track off her LP instead. Definitely a smarter strategy than releasing ballad after ballad. Does this mean the entire album is going to be slow-paced numbers? It’s sure looking that way.

Once again, Sia co-wrote this track. It’s not my favorite from the Aussie singer-songwriter. In fact, the chorus is a bit of a hot mess, however the melody during the verses is beautiful. Check it out below and see if you agree with my thoughts.

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It appears one of Lea Michele’s goals in 2014 is to launch a full-out assault campaign to conquer all forms of media. In addition to releasing her debut album, Louder, she’s also giving birth to her first foray into the publishing world. Don’t forget she still has a season and a half left on Glee.

“Lea Michele is one of the hardest working performers in show business and she knows better than anyone that it is difficult to be your best self and keep things in perspective when your to-do list is overflowing and you are faced with challenges. A practical and inspirational guide to harnessing tenacity and passion, “Brunette Ambition” is about living the fullest life, no matter what obstacles life puts in your way.” – Book Synopsis

The 27-year-old shared the cover of her book titled Brunette Ambition via Twitter. The book is part memoir, part how-to book and part style guide. She shares her experiences and insider tips on beauty, fashion, inner strength and etc.. Do you think Brunette Ambition has the potential to be a New York Times best-selling title? Weigh in below.

Lea Michele Asks ‘What Is Love’ On New Track

In: Donovan, Movies

As we get closer to the release of Louder, Lea Michele is working overdrive to promote it. The 27-year-old entertainer debuts another preview off her debut album which premiered first on Entertainment Weekly.

What Is Love” follows previous releases “Louder,” “Battlefield,” and her current single “Cannonball.” It’s not my favorite out of the bunch. I can see why it’s included as one of several bonus tracks on the deluxe version available on iTunes. Definitely album filler. Give her new song a spin below.

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Lea Michele Gets Louder On Title Track

In: Donovan, Music

Cannonball” has proven to be quite polarizing. Either people love it or find it utterly annoying. The title track off Lea Michele’s debut album, I feel, won’t face the same dilemma. “Louder” is uplifting pop at its best. It’s easy, breezy and surprisingly catchy. This will definitely fare better than “Cannonball.” The 27-year-old Glee actress premiered the track on Billboard earlier today.

“It’s a song that, no matter what, I can play in my car with the windows down,” Lea Michele tells Billboard. “But at the same time, I feel like it shows off my voice as a singer, which is really important to me, because that’s what I do. I want to make sure that every song on my record is fun and enjoyable, but also, you hear my voice in them.”

Louder” was written by Colin Munroe, Jaden Michaels and Anne Preven. They aren’t household names, but you certainly know their work, especially Preven. She was a former member of 90s Los Angeles band, Ednaswap. They originally recorded “Torn” before Natalie Imbruglia covered it and made it into a global smash. She’s also co-penned “Listen” (Beyonce) and tracks for Demi Lovato, Adam Lambert, Madonna and Katy Perry. Give “Louder” a listen below. I think you might like it.

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