Glee’s Blake Jenner, Chord Overstreet and Jacob Artist without shirts on. Do you need more context than that?
If not, watch a sneak peek video from Glee’s upcoming episode titled “Naked” For those who want to know what’s going on, here is the gist: New Directions wants to raise money for Regionals, so they decide to shoot a sexy “Men of McKinley” calendar featuring the boys of the glee club. You might remember creator Ryan Murphy tweeting about the episode back in December. You might have thought it was just a fun fake, but it is all very, very real.
It looks like everyone is having fun with the photo shoot, except for Blaine (Darren Criss). What’s got ya down, buddy? Thankfully, Sam appears to be talking him through it while shirtless. We love you, Glee. Never change.
Glee’s “Naked” episode airs Thursday, Jan. 31 on Fox.
The guys of Glee serenade the crowd in this new still from the hit FOX series.
In next week’s episode “Sadie Hawkins,” The girls of the glee club organize a Sadie Hawkins dance at McKinley High, in which the girls ask out their dates, leading to interesting couplings among the members of New Directions.
Meanwhile, Sam (Chord Overstreet) is convinced that the Warblers cheated at Sectionals, and he makes it his mission to find the evidence. And Kurt (Chris Colfer) attempts to find his niche at NYADA.
“Sadie Hawkins” airs Thursday, January 24th @ 9PM ET/PT on Fox. Check out a preview below!
“Glee” star Chord Overstreet did a brief Q & A with his Twitter followers early this morning, Dec. 18.
As Christmas is quickly approaching, someone asked him to name his favorite Christmas song and he answered, “All I Want for Xmas.”
Someone else asked what character he would love to play in “Glee” besides the ever-lovable Sam. Overstreet’s reply: I would have to say “Sue.”
It seems irresistible for any actor to slip into Sue Sylvester’s sneakers and track suit, megaphone blazing all sorts of politically incorrect zingers for sheer shock value. Overstreet’s already sporting the requisite short blonde hair …
In the infamous “Props” season three body swap episode, Sam swapped with Rory (Damian McGinty) and Sue swapped with her nemesis, Will Schuester. Darn! Maybe next time.
Wait. Who else thinks it would be kind of fun to see Sam play Sue’s coaching assistant? If we throw Becky (Lauren Potter) in the mix, they could form a new Cheerios pop trio …
Jane Lynch has already earned a Best Supporting Actress Golden Globe and Primetime Emmy Award for her indelible performance as the series main antagonist, who is often butting heads with Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) and more recently, Finn Hudson (Cory Monteith), in her endless battle to take down the glee club and arts in education in the name of her Cheerios squad.
In last week’s “Glee, Actually” Christmas episode, Sue shows the tender side we rarely see, when she recruits an uncharacteristically humbug Becky (Lauren Potter) to help her break into the Rose household Grinch-style. But instead of taking things away (there is nothing to take), she delivers a completely trimmed Christmas tree, lots of presents and 800 dollars in cash so that Marley’s mom can pay for Marley (Melissa Benoist) to get treatment for her eating disorder.
As for Sam, he and Brittany (Heather Morris) prepare for the end of the world in accordance with the Mayan calendar prediction. Brittany cashes out her life savings and buys expensive presents for her friends. Sam surprises Brittany with a serenade of “Jingle Bell Rock,” then bends on one knee and proposes.
Coach Beiste (Dot Marie Jones) performs a “mock” Mayan wedding ceremony for the naively innocent pair, who wake up on December 22, 2012 and discover that the world is still intact and they’re not really married. Whew!
Another Twitter follower referred to the Mayan apocalypse in the Q & A, asking Overstreet “do you plan on making a survival kit for when the world really ends in a week?”
Overstreet joked in reply, “no one will survive haha.”
“Glee, Actually” marks the “Glee” season four winter finale. The series returns (fingers crossed) on Thursday, January 10, 2013 in Flint on WSMH FOX66 at p.m. ET.
Sam (Chord Overstreet) takes on the spirit of the holidays with this performance of “Jingle Bell Rock” in Glee Season 4, Episode 10: “Glee, Actually,” (airing December 13) with a little bit of help from some cheerful Reindeerios!
Entertainment Tonight has the first listen of the classic holiday tune, which also appears on Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album Vol.3 — which drops December 11 (click here to pre-order).
Source: Entertainment Tonight
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?!
So the nominations are in for the 2013 People’s Choice Awards. Congratulations to “Glee” for taking a spot in the “Favorite Network TV Comedy” category! It wouldn’t have been there without the support of all “Gleeks”, which justifies our own nomination for “Favorite TV Fan Following”.
When you vote through the site and facebook, don’t forget to ‘TWEET YOUR VOTE’ as it will count as a second vote! Keep in mind that retweets count as well! When using twitter, all they ask is for you to have ‘nominee #category #peopleschoice’ anywhere in your tweet.
I just voted for Glee #networkcomedy #PeoplesChoice. Retweet to vote http://www.peopleschoice.com/pca/votenow.jsp via @peopleschoice
I just voted for Gleeks #tvfans #PeoplesChoice. Retweet to vote http://www.peopleschoice.com/pca/votenow.jsp via @peopleschoice
You can vote as often as you’d like until December 13 and the winners will be announced on January 9, 2013 airing live at 9 PM ET/PT on CBS. Be sure to also vote for Chris Colfer and Lea Michele for “Favorite Comedic TV Actor/Actress”.
HD screen captures from the fourth and sixth episode of Glee are now up! Be sure to come back later tonight for screencaps from last week’s episode.
Chord Overstreet attended the Rolling Stone AMA After Party held at RSLA on Sunday (November 18) in Los Angeles. He was photographed with Derek Hough at the event.
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