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Blaine may have been the one all worked up over Chord Overstreet’s Sam in last week’s “Sadie Hawkins” episode, but according to Chord Overstreet himself, soon Sam will be having a hard time of his own.
“Sam’s trying to figure of what these next few next steps are in life, and he goes through a lot of his insecurities. He deals with his grades a little bit and he’s struggling with that,” Chord Overstreet tells [E! Online]. “He’s a little hard on himself, but he has everybody towards the end of the episode bring some life back into him and cheer him up. It has a lot of heart and funny stuff.”
Well we know Blaine will definitely be there to cheer Sam up. While Chord of course couldn’t spoil too much, he also mentioned the big wedding coming up – but he’s kind of worrying Wemma fans a little here with this strange tease.
“We were just talking about that last week. There will be a wedding. I’m not saying whose wedding it is,” Overstreet teases. “There will be some shockers, some happy moments, some singing, some dancing, and some affirmations. I don’t know what I’m allowed to say. I just gotta be careful!”
Love is in the air!
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, people so either get excited (Ugh, couples!) or start stocking up on chocolate to ease the dull ache—or celebrate the freedom—of being alone (#singlepeopleproblems)! In today’s Spoiler Chat, we’re dropping some scoop on Glee and The Big Bang Theory’s big Valentine’s Day episode, plus juicy info on one of The Following’s complicated pairings. If that’s not enough, we’ve also got spoilers on Smash, The Vampire Diaries, Community and more!
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OK, but only if you get us BFF necklaces! We recently asked Chord Overstreet about the show’s upcoming Valentine’s Day episode and whether or not there’s a lot of Brittana and Sam action going down. “You’re going to get a lot of different relationship stuff from all the relationships, so I think it’ll be really fun and really good,” he teases. “There are a lot of great musical numbers that we just shot.” Too vague? Does Overstreet telling us he’s “down to a sock” in Thursday’s “Naked” ease the pain?
We’ve already seen a new Quinn Fabray in Kitty Wilde as she roams the halls of McKinley High and schemes to ruin Marley’s life, but is there a new Sam Evans on the horizon? Seems like there will be!
Reports from E! Online reveal that the casting department from “Glee” season 4 are on the look out for another cute blond singer to swoop in and make all the ladies weak in the knees. If you’re a Sam fan and are hoping that this new person will only be around for an episode, you’ll be surely disappointed to know that he will be around for a while. So who will this new mysterious blond boy be romancing? No one knows at this point, but what we do know is that there will be a new romance for Sam in next week’s episode of “Glee”.
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Did you want scoop on Homeland? Ah, we jest. Chord Overstreet better watch himself because right now Glee is currently looking for another handsome blond singer to come on and sweep some people of their feet. And this guy won’t just be a flash in the pan: He’ll be around for more than one episode. Whose heart do you think he’ll be stealing?!
“Glee” is going all-out with its Christmas episode this year. Not only is the show paying homage to the holiday classic, “Love, Actually,” but “Glee, Actually” will also feature the return of some very familiar guest stars.
While we do not yet know which “Love, Actually” stories might be recreated in the “Glee” episode, we do know that there will be multiple storylines that somehow come together by the end of the hour. A few of those stories include:
- Sam (Chord Overstreet) and Brittany (Heather Morris) think the world is going to end with the Mayan apocalypse and therefore try to live their lives to the fullest.
- Jake (Jacob Artist) and Puck (Mark Salling) reunite for a brotherly Hanukkah.
- Artie (Kevin McHale) has a holiday-themed dream (of the Ebenezer Scrooge variety, perhaps?).
- Kurt (Chris Colfer) has a Christmas he will never forget. (SPOILER ALERT: It may be because Blaine (Darren Criss) is going to visit!)
So what about the guest stars coming back to reprise old characters? The official cast listing from FOX includes three “The Glee Project” Season 1 co-winners — Damian McGinty as Rory Flanagan, Alex Newell as Wade Adams and Samuel Larsen as Joe Hart. Since we haven’t seen the “Glee” leprechaun in awhile, the return of McGinty should be particularly interesting.
Also set to return? Jessalyn Gilsig as Terri Schuester, Will’s pregnancy-faking, sheet-folding ex-wife. Who knows what that could mean?
“Glee, Actually” airs on Thursday, Dec. 13 at 9pm.
Next week members of New Directions will be breaking out their superhero garb in “Dynamic Duets.” Check out this amazingly epic Glee trailer spoofing popular superhero movie trailers!
The trailer features some serious voiceover work from Chord Overstreet himself, as well as some members of the New Directions explaining their superhero name.
The trailer shows Tina as Asian Persuasion, Artie as Dr. Y, Blaine as Nightbird, Sam as Blonde Chameleon and Joe Heart as Tarantula Head. We see some of the others (Becky as Queen Bee, Marley as Woman Fierce, Kitty as Femme Fatale and Jake and Ryder as Mega Studs), but they aren’t specifically introduced in the trailer itself.
We can’t help but wonder how excited Darren Criss is to be dressing up as a superhero on Glee given his interest in superheroes and comic books! For a full list of what each character will be portraying on Glee next week check out this post!
“Dynamic Duets” will air on (American) Thanksgiving night on November 22 at 9/8c on Fox!
Glee creator Ryan Murphy loves to tease fans, and on Friday he offered them a very tantalizing sneak peek at “The Wedding of the Year.”
Murphy posted the mysterious tweet with a photo of Brittany (Heather Morris) and Sam (Chord Overstreet) dressed in wedding-like attire. So are the high schoolers, who aren’t currently dating but have shared a connection in recent episodes, headed to the altar?!
Probably not. It’s more likely that the photo is from a musical number/dream sequence. Or Brittany and Sam could just be taking part in the upcoming Valentine’s Day wedding that Ryan Murphy recently hinted at to The Hollywood Reporter. Glee almost had Rachel and Finn walk down the aisle at the end of last season, though, so you never know.
So tell us, Glee fans: What do you think is going on with the wedding-like photo of Brittany and Sam? Sound off with your thoughts in the comments below!
Entertainment Weekly revealed the tracklists for Glee’s upcoming “Glease” album. Chord/Sam is featured in ‘Greased Lightning’ and ‘Summer Nights’ – which was performed in the last season.
Is this the one that you want?
During last night’s heartbreaking episode of Glee, there was a bright moment – at least for those of us who have a soft spot for all things Danny and Sandy. McKinley High’s fall musical this year will be Grease, and — if the previews are any indication — the show will be directed by Finn. Similar to West Side Story and especially Rocky Horror from two years ago, the episode will be an hour-long homage to the famous musical. Today, the show announced that the Grease episode will air Nov. 15, and a separate album Glee: The Music Presents Glease, which will feature nine numbers, will be released Nov. 6.
Check out the full track listing below:
1. Hopelessly Devoted To You
2. Born To Hand Jive
3. Greased Lightning
4. Look At Me I’m Sandra Dee
5. Beauty School Drop Out
6. Look At Me I’m Sandra Dee (Reprise)
7. There Are Worse Things I Can Do
8. You’re The One That I Want
9. Summer Nights