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Hump Day With Adam Lambert: Queen Sized

On this week’s Hump Day with Adam Lambert, Adam takes us on an architecture tour, and more dates are added to the Queen tour!

Glee permanently moves to NYC starting next week, so hopefully we’ll be seeing more of Adam. Here’s a quick promo for next week’s episode. What will happen when Elliot meets Blaine?

Here are a few tweets and pics from Adam’s Twitter Account and Instagram

Iced Water Does A Body Good #hydrate

#Tbt

Stockholm Syndrome

Go For Baroque

Fun for all ages!

Good question @BritKat! The @QueenWillRock summer tour will be appropriate for all ages!

Adam Lambert (@adamlambert) March 20, 2014

More Tour Dates Added!

By overwhelming demand, 5 more shows added to @queenwillrock + @adamlambert North American Summer tour! http://t.co/mQ0u6nrwgW

Adam Lambert (@adamlambert) March 24, 2014

Adam Performance Of The Week

Each week we post a performance clip from the past or present that showcases the passion,
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Scriptapalooza Announces 13th Annual Screenwriting Competition

Scriptapalooza Announces 13th Annual Screenwriting Competition

First Place Winner To Receive Ten Thousand Dollars

Company Celebrates 13 Years of Connecting Aspiring Screenwriters with Leading Entertainment Executives including Hollywood Producers and Literary Agents

Attention screenwriters… this could be a great opportunity for you!

Los Angeles, CA (October 6, 2010) Scriptapalooza today announces its 13th Annual Screenplay Competition to continue its mission in providing unparalleled creative opportunities for aspiring screenwriters in the fiercely competitive entertainment industry.

From now until the April 15th deadline, writers will be able to submit their screenplays through www.Scriptapalooza.com. Participants will have their individual entries read by more than 90 leading filmmakers, production companies and literary agencies including 2929 Productions, Anonymous Content, Industry Entertainment, Lawrence Bender Productions and The Orphanage.

As the leading screenplay competition, Scriptapalooza is fully endorsed by legendary author and screenwriter Robert McKee (Story) and the screenwriting software company Write Brothers Inc.

The first place winner, chosen by Scriptapalooza,
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Eye of the Storm

For Gabourey Sidibe, the surreal moment when she realized she had “made it” was earning an Oscar nomination for her first movie role. For Anna Kendrick, it was learning director Jason Reitman had written a part with her in mind. For Dev Patel, it was when he was introduced to Steven Spielberg at an Oscars party—and the director praised his work. Even today, more than a year later, Patel seems stunned by the memory. “I didn't know what to say,” he admits. “I didn't know whether to call him Steven or Mr. Spielberg or just sir.”All actors dream about the big break, the star-making turn, or, at the very least, the role that will open the door for more offers and opportunities. But the reality often differs from the fantasy. Back Stage spoke with actors who recently enjoyed breakthrough performances and how they handled the flash flood of success—and its aftermath.
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“Huge”’s Nikki Blonsky Would Rather Go Big or Go Home

In an industry known for its limited, cookie cutter thinking when it comes to women, beauty and weight, Hollywood can be a difficult place for even many beautiful, tiny waisted women to stand out. Fortunately, that hasn’t been a problem for Nikki Blonsky who cares not at all for Hollywood’s expectations that an actress should be a size zero.

After having made a splash as the exuberant, plus sized Tracy Turnblad in the remake of John Water’s classic Hairspray in 2007, Blonsky found memorable parts on television including as Maggie Baker in the Lifetime movie Queen Sized, as Teri on an episode of ABC’s Ugly Betty, as well as a role on MTV’s mini series Valemont.

But with her role on ABC Family’s new dramedy Huge, Blonsky is set to take on her most significant challenge yet – carrying an entire series on her shoulders. Unlike
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