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And we're live-blogging it for you here at TV Fanatic!
It's sure to be a star-studded, jam-packed night leading up to the big reveal, so let's get started now!
The season 12 contenders have returned for tonight's finale, which is also a preview of the American Idol summer tour. In what has become custom for the first number of the finale, they're dressed in all white. They're also not all singing "Glad You Came." Oh look! A Paul Jolley sighting! Lazaro Arbos is still a sweaty mess.
The Band Perry, whose song Kree Harrison covered last week, is in the arena singing their song "Done." Janelle Arthur, season 12's other country girl, joins them on the stage. She's so electric I have chills. Put this »
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Birthday shoutouts go to Andy Murray (above, being consoled by Goat Roger Federer), who is 26, and Jamie Lynn Sigler is 32. Naked painting of Golden Girls star Bea Arthur could fetch millions at auction James Franco‘s impressions of The Great Gatsby. Jujubee is engaged. Gay Teen still going to buy LeBron James jersey.
Chris Colfer and “Guest” arrive in Soho.
Frank Ocean at the Metropolitan Museum Of Art in NYC
And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re going to focus on one »
The ratings for Fox's Glee series have been dropping for awhile. Will they fall low enough to see the TV series cancelled? That's the real drama.
These are the TV show's ratings for the 2012-13 season, the best way to tell if Glee is going to be cancelled or renewed for season five.
The fourth season of Glee typically airs Thursday nights at 9pm on the Fox network. The large cast includes Amber Riley, Chord Overstreet, Chris Colfer, Cory Monteith, Darren Criss, Dianna Agron, Harry Shum, Heather Morris, Jane Lynch, Jayma Mays, Jenna Ushkowitz, Kevin McHale, Lea Michele, Mark Salling, Matthew Morrison, and Naya Rivera.
These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so be sure to bookmark and return to this page:
Final season averages: 2.2 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 5.86 »
Is Glee losing one of TV's most beloved fathers?! Mike O'Malley, who plays Kurt's (Chris Colfer) fan favorite father Burt on the Fox hit, is set to play another father on NBC's new sitcom Welcome to the Family. We're not scientists, but we're pretty sure he can't be in two places at once. And we all know Burt had his fair share of health problems in season four, so will Glee be killing him off? We chatted with O'Malley on the red carpet at NBC's upfront presentation in New York City, where he sounded off on his future on Glee. Plus, we caught up with Jane Lynch, the host of NBC's new game show Hollywood Game Night, who teased more characters moving to New York City in season »
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Hello fellow queer cinephiles! As we enter the long, hot days of summer, everyone wants to cool off in a theater and watch other people try to save the world. The summer tends to be a pretty testosterone-soaked season for movies, so I’m here to help you sort the films you want to be in the front row for from those you just use as an excuse to cuddle in the back.
Editor's note: * denotes a film that includes openly lesbian/bi actresses or lesbian/bi characters.
Venus and Serena
You’re there to see: Venus and Serena Williams, obviously.
In a nutshell: Who doesn’t want to know more about the two sisters who changed tennis forever? This one’s a must-see for any lesbian with a pair of athletic shoes.
- Elaine Atwell
The actress, who first signed on as Brittany S. Pierce in Season 1 of the Fox musical dramedy just to do a dance to Beyonce's "Single Ladies" with Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz), does not have a deal for Season 5 of "Glee, according to The Hollywood Reporter. But E! News reports that Morris is not alone: None of the "Glee" stars have Season 5 contracts yet.
The "Glee" Season 4 finale saw Brittany leave McKinley High before the year was over after being granted early admission to MIT. Sources told THR that Morris could potentially return for "Glee" Season 5 either as a regular or recurring guest star, the latter of which would be similar to the way the show handled Quinn (Dianna Agron), Mercedes (Amber Riley »
- Jaimie Etkin
A great many things happen in the "Glee" Season 4 finale, "All or Nothing." Brittany deals with being a sudden and MIT-bound genius. Ryder finds out the identity of his catfishing buddy. Rachel has a "Funny Girl" callback.
There's a proposal. There's a wedding. And many people sing many songs.
Do any of these things lead to season-ending resolution? Not really, but there's plenty to entertain you on the way.
Good Brittany S. Pierce
Kids, if you want to go to college, you should study hard, ace the Sat and have a bunch of activities. Doodling on the back of a Scantron sheet really isn't enough.
And you can find any pattern you want in randomness if you try hard enough. Just saying ...
"Brittany, it's possible that you might be the most brilliant scientific mind since Albert Einstein."
Rachel is all alone
But she can sing really good. Not that it matters. »
Spoiler Alert: Do not read the following article if you've yet to watch Glee's season four finale. Seriously, you've been warned, so don't be that guy who complains about spoilers in the comments. Everyone hates that guy! So. Much. To. Process. Glee's season four finale was jam-packed with action, including the answers to several burning questions, such as, who in the glee club was Catfishing Ryder (Blake Jenner)? And if Blaine (Darren Criss) would really put a ring on it (it being Kurt's (Chris Colfer) finger, by season's end? Oh, and did we finally find out if Rachel (Lea Michele) landed her dream Broadway gig? Plus, Santana (Naya Rivera) and Brittany (Heather Morris) shared a »
Plus, an original character says goodbye and Ryder meets his catfish on the May 9 season finale of ‘Glee.’
A ring was purchased, plans were made and a wedding did happen on the season finale of Glee. However, it was who got married that left us speechless!
Ryder Comes Face To Face With Catfish
Ryder (Blake Jenner) threatens New Directions — he won’t compete in Regionals until he finds out who’s catfish-ing him. He asks everyone to take out their phones, gets a bit violent and finally, Marley (Melissa Benoist) admits she’s catfish.
Marley begs to talk to Ryder, but he’s extremely upset. Before she can get many words out, Unique (Alex Newell) asks her to stop and confesses to being the real catfish. Ryder says he’ll never speak to Unique again.
Before going on stage at Regionals, Ryder admits that he’ll be quitting the glee club after the competition. »
- Christopher Rogers
Fox's Glee wraps up its fourth season Thursday with an hour that puts the spotlight on the couples who helped pave the way for Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) when Patty Duke and Meredith Baxter guest star as a lesbian couple who mentor the young fan favorites. In "All or Nothing," Oscar-winner Duke plays a jewelry store owner named Jan who meets Blaine while the latter is shopping for a ring for his on-again, off-again boyfriend, Kurt. Jan sees a bit of herself in Blaine and invites the high school senior fired up about
- Lesley Goldberg
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Meredith Baxter says that Chris Colfer and Darren Criss “were absolutely darling.” She also says that she’s not doing it to make a social statement. “I’m on Glee, I don’t have to make a social statement. It’s done. They are doing their jobs right there and just by being able to talk about how far we’ve come and being an example of that to these young boys, that’s a social statement and you don’t have to walk with a limp or have a squinty eye to show, ‘Oh, I’m gay. That’ll set me apart.’ People are just gay. It’s a sense of normalcy: ‘Oh, »
- Ed Kennedy
While most of the episode's action will necessarily be at the Regionals competition, Rachel (Lea Michele) has to face her big audition alone.
Guest star Patty Duke offers advice on rings and more.
Her character is in a long-term, »
Wedding bells certainly seem as if they could be ringing in Glee's fourth season finale as Blaine is definitely caught up in the wave of excitement washing over the country as same-sex marriage continues to inch closer to being legal in all 50 states. During the Fox musical's penultimate hour of the season, Blaine (Darren Criss) went so far as to ask Burt (Mike O'Malley) permission to marry his son, Kurt (Chris Colfer). What he didn't count on, however, was for Burt to continue being the voice of reason and warn the teenager that there's no reason he should
- Lesley Goldberg
Plus, a series regular may be departing the series at the close of season four on May 9. All I can say is: Lord Tubbington better not be going anywhere!
Blaine (Darren Criss) may be proposing to Kurt (Chris Colfer) on the season finale of Glee on May 9, but will they actually walk down the aisle? According to HollywoodLife.com’s sister site TVLine’s Michael Ausiello, “somebody’s getting married!” So will that somebody be Kurt?
‘Glee’ Season Finale Spoilers
When a fan asked if someone would be leaving the series at the end of this season, Michael Ausiello of HollywoodLife.com sister site TVLine said, “Thursday’s finale definitely leaves you with the impression that a pivotal, longtime character will not be back next season — at least not full-time. That said, I have received no confirmation that the actor/actress in question is, in fact, departing the show.”
- Christopher Rogers
This is it, Gleeks. "Glee" has finally reached its Season 4 finale, "All or Nothing," and the stakes have never been higher. Not only does this episode bring Rachel (Lea Michele) back to her "Funny Girl" auditions, but the New Directions finally make it to their Regionals competition.
"Clarity" by DJ Zedd, performed by Frida Romero (Jessica Sanchez) and the Hoosierdaddies
"Wings" by Little Mix, performed by Frida Romero and the Hoosierdaddies
"I Love It" by Icona Pop, performed by Tina, Brittany, Unique and the New Directions
"Hall of Fame" by The Script, »
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Previously on Glee, Blaine Warbler did some dumb stuff with Eli C. and so Kurt broke up with him forever — except for Christmas and weddings and funerals and Valentine's Day and Halloween and Arbor Day and Citizenship Day and Groundhog Day and Susan B. Anthony Day. Finally Blaine just told Kurt that they were going to be together for all the days, "And don't freak out, but my doctor says I've contracted Ultimate Tight Pants Syndrome (Utps) and apparently it's contagious." Rachel got a callback for Fanny Brice. Brittany got an invitation to MIT. And Finn Hudson joined Clown College.
Tardis En Route To Lima Via Bushwick
Rachel calls up Mr. Schue to tell him he's the number one main reason that she's about to land a major Broadway role at the tender age of 19. She says he inspired her so much that »
With Regionals just a week away, Mr. Schuester (Matthew Morrison) invited back some of our favorites to help out the New Directions on Glee on May 2. However, while Kurt dealt with a family health scare in Lima, Rachel (Lea Michele) had to face the challenges of her Broadway callback in New York … and the one person standing in her way.
‘Glee’ Original Cast Returns To McKinley
Mercedes (Amber Riley) returned to Ohio to be faced with tough decisions, and Mike (Harry Shum Jr.) came to help the glee club. They also supported Kurt (Chris Colfer), who returned home to be with his dad (Mike O’Malley) for a doctor’s appointment that would determine whether or not he still had cancer.
Lucky for him, »
- Emily Longeretta
"Glee" Season 4 is set to go out in a big way. In "All or Nothing," the New Directions finally make it to Regionals, while Rachel auditions at her "Funny Girl" callback. The season could thus end with a lot of winning. Or maybe we'll get nothing.
These photos from the finale give us some hints.
Based on this photo, she probably isn't performing "Don't Stop Believin'" again.
Is it enough for Rachel to get a part?
Marley (Melissa Benoist) takes center stage as Regionals begin.
The performance is underway. Since the season is ending with »
When it comes to Regionals Glee‘s New Directions will have to give “All or Nothing,” which happens to be the title of the Season 4 finale episode. Prepare yourselves, because we have your very first sneak peek.
“All or Nothing,” will air on May 9, 9/8c only on Fox. Seasons 5 and 6 may have already been approved, but that doesn’t mean you are going to want to slack off and miss the season 4 finale. We have pictures, all the better to tease you with. In the mix are pics from this Thursday’s episode, “Wonder-ful” as well as some from the “All or Nothing” finale. Just from browsing these, I can tell you these episodes are star studded.
As previously reported, Sons of Anarchy actress Katey Sagal is on deck, stepping away from FX network duties to portray Artie’s mother. “Wonder-ful” marks her Glee debut. Another star, Mike O’Malley »
- Sasha Nova
We only have a few more episodes left in "Glee" Season 4, but of course the show has managed to squeeze in one more tribute episode, this time honoring the music of Stevie Wonder. At least we know that "Wonder-ful" will have some good tunes.
As for the plot ... It probably doesn't have much to do with Stevie Wonder directly. Instead, we meet Artie's mother (guest star Katey Sagal) and see the returns of Mercedes (Amber Riley), Cassandra (Kate Hudson) and Burt Hummel (Mike O'Malley). While Rachel (Lea Michele) gets ready for her "Funny Girl" callbacks, the New Directions prepare for Regionals.
What music can we expect from "Wonder-ful"? Listen to the songs below.
"Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I'm Yours)" performed by Kitty (Becca Tobin)
"You Are the Sunshine of My Life" performed by Kurt (Chris Colfer)
"I Wish" performed by »
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