lea michele

Page 1 of 1012345...10...Last »

Most series today simply put up a title card as their opening credits and call it day. Lazy bitches ;) Not to sound like a senior citizen, but I miss the days when elaborate opening sequences were the norm.

Ryan Murphy just shared the super-sized main title sequence for Scream Queens. I highly doubt the full version will air on the network, but I appreciate the effort. Not surprisingly, Ariana Grande and Nick Jonas aren’t included in the clip given that they’re only billed as guest stars.

Scream Queens debuts on FOX on September 22. Check out the bloody intro below where Emma Roberts, Lea Michele and company show off their screaming skills.

watch the opening credits after the jump

Scream Queens: Meet The Outcasts

In: Donovan, TV Shows

Previously, FOX introduced “head bitch in charge” Chanel Oberlin and her fashionable minions- The Chanels. Character video introductions have now been released for the outcasts pledging to join the Kappa Kappa Tau sorority.

Lea Michele plays the neck brace-wearing nerd Hester while Keke Palmer and Skyler Samuels plays on-screen besties, Zayday and Grace respectively. Ryan Murphy’s new slasher comedy premieres on Tuesday, September 22. Check out these new Scream Queens promo vids below to learn some insight about their characters and some behind-the-scenes-fun facts.

meet the outcasts after the jump

FOX Shares Scream Queens Cast Portraits

In: Donovan, TV Shows

Ryan Murphy recently warned fans not to get too attached to anyone on Scream Queens. The producer revealed that only four characters will survive the first season of the highly-anticipated FOX series. My money is on Ariana Grande, Nick Jonas and Lea Michele all biting the dust.

FOX just unveiled character portraits for fifteen cast members. From Emma Roberts’ menacing Chanel Oberlin and all her Chanel minions to Jamie Lee Curtis, all your potential victims are on display. Check out the photos below and weigh in on who you think will escape death.

Scream Queens premieres on September 22 on FOX. By all accounts of those who’ve seen it, the pilot seems to be another winner for Murphy. Hopefully, he can maintain it throughout the season.

check out the cast portraits after the jump


I believe I found my new greeting. Already, I greeted my friends with ‘hooker’ and now thanks to Ryan Murphy, I can call them idiots as well ;)

The first full official trailer for Scream Queens has finally arrived and it doesn’t disappoint. Regina George and the Plastics have nothing on Emma Robert’s uber bitchy character and her Heathers-like minions, The Chanels. Her sassy one-liners will make this horror-comedy hybrid must-watch television.

As if Hell Week wasn’t torture enough with all the hazing, the sorority is rocked when a devil-wearing killer commits a series of murders on campus. One poor pledge sadly meets her fate courtesy of a rogue lawnmower. LOL. Scream Queens will definitely be the watercooler show of the new season.

Roberts is joined by Jaime Lee Curtis, Lea Michele, Oliver Hudson, Abigail Breslin, Keke Palmer, Skyler Samuels, Billie Lourd, Diego Boneta, Lucien Laviscount, Glen Powell and guest stars Ariana Grande and Nick Jonas. Speaking of the latter two, I predict they meet their maker early, given that they’re not featured heavily in the trailer. Check it out below.

watch after the jump


When FOX presented at this year’s upfronts, Scream Queens was one show that didn’t have a trailer. A little odd, but I just assumed there wasn’t enough footage since they only recently began filming. Imagine my surprise and delight when the network dropped a new promo showing actual footage.

Most of the previous promos featured Emma Roberts in highly-stylized scenarios. This one titled “Pledges” shows the other cast members and a hint at the storyline. Roberts plays, not surprisingly, a ruthless sorority bitch while Michele ditches her Rachel Berry persona and shows up in an uncomfortable looking neck brace.

Check out the clip below which features several screaming queens. Not the college coed types but rather of the flaming variety ;) Scream Queens will air on Tuesdays this Fall.

watch after the jump


Looks like someone is having no problem booking gigs post Glee? Lea Michele already has a role in FOX’s new high-profile comedy horror anthology, Scream Queens. She’s also branching out and headed to the silver screen. The 28-year-old just booked a leading role in the feature film, The Layover.

Read the rest of this entry »


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 EW.com.

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 ;)

listen after the jump

Lea Michele Covers Ariana Grande’s Break Free

In: Donovan, Music

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.

listen after the jump

Page 1 of 1012345...10...Last »

Be Our Friend

Who’s Your Female Crush?