"Glee" doesn't exactly describe the mood of the hit Fox show's stars right now: Several of the cast members have come down with tonsillitis, causing a delay in production, a rep told the L.A. Times on Friday.
While the "Glee" rep didn't mention which McKinley High students were silenced by sickness, star Dianna Agron, who plays cheerleader Quinn, wrote on her blog the same day of the illness announcement: "Note to self… should have gotten a flu shot. In bed, hoping that medicine, soup, my computer and a marathon of movies will be the cure.”
The 24-year-old actress also included a photo of a teddy bear with a bandaged forehead and a thermometer in its mouth.
According to the L.A. Times, the cast was scheduled to shoot a musical number for their upcoming post-Super Bowl show on Friday, but production is expected to resume today.
The episode, which will include a song-and-dance number with "CBS Evening News" anchor Katie Couric, is set to air February 6.
No, Ron31, I'm pretty sure all signs point to Obama
People has been geeting sick since before Obama was President. So I guess every democratic President has been responsible for people getting sick. Damn republicans
I bet Omama is responsible!
Obama is not responsible for this you MORON. Please don't post any thing political that has nothing to do with politics. You sound really stupid. If you don't like Obama that's fine, but don't blame him for anything he has no control over. It is really pitiful that people are blaming politics for this. People get sick....Get well soon guys.
I think it was Pelosi
OH MAN WUT AM I GONNA DO TUESDAYS 7/8 PM EST TIME
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