Get ready for more tunes from the Warblers. The fictitious "Glee" choral group is set to release its own CD, says Darren Criss, who plays Dalton Academy's lead singer Blaine.
Criss broke the news during a Monday appearance on "Live! With Regis and Kelly."
While the "Glee" gang has released several albums of the show's greatest hits, this will be the first to come from the boy group.
Let's say you could decide who should replace Charlie Sheen on "Two and a Half Men" - would you pick John Stamos, Robert Downey, Jr. or would you simply cancel the show?
Personally, I think John Stamos would be EXCELLENT! Here’s another one – how about Rob Lowe?
The fact of the matter is, no one is irreplaceable and the faster Charlie realizes that, the better. He has such a high opinion of himself he doesn’t seem to be able to separate fact from fiction. What do you think? Post your comments below.
The day his fans have been waiting for has arrived, but Lupe Fiasco doesn't appear to be basking in the glow of his latest album, "Lasers."
The Chicago lyricist's third studio album comes after his critically and commercially successful offering, "The Cool." After some delays - and even scheduled fan demonstrations demanding the record's release - "Lasers" eventually leaked a couple of weeks before the official March 8 release date.
In a candid Q&A compiled from two interviews with New York Magazine, the 30-year-old rapper, born Wasalu Muhammad Jaco, was asked about his hopes for "Lasers."
While there may be actresses who wouldn't dream of kissing and telling, Amanda Seyfried isn't one of them.
In the April issue of Elle magazine, the "Red Riding Hood" star spills details about her real- and reel-life romances.
More photos from Amanda Seyfried's Elle cover shoot
Seyfried was wooed by Channing Tatum in "Dear John" and locks lips with Justin Timberlake in the upcoming "Now," and the actress admits she enjoyed her on-screen smooches. "I can't lie," she says. "It didn’t suck making out with Channing and Justin."
Jennifer Aniston pulls out all the stops for her latest SmartWater campaign, employing every cliché from adorable puppies to dancing babies to ensure the video becomes an Internet sensation.
"Hi, I'm Jen Aniston and I'm here to talk to you about SmartWater," she says in introducing the nearly three-minute clip. "But in this day and age, apparently, I can't just do that, can I? ...I have to make a video, apparently, that, um, turns into a virus."
"Viral," one of three men holding iPads and other tablets, tells her. "We need the video to go viral."
Last night's "Women Tell All" edition of "The Bachelor" began with Chris Harrison reminding us that critics scorned the show for bringing back Brad Womack. He then gloats about how great the show's been this season. I'm surprised he didn't give the critics a raspberry on the way out.
We move on to Chris and Brad reviewing the season. They mention that they've talked about Chantal O.'s opening-night slap some two million times, and fellow contestant Michelle Money a combined six million times. Remind me not to converse with them at cocktail parties.
Chris then announces some bad news, as "Bachelor Pad" has been curiously renewed for a second season. He then takes us to a "Bachelor" contestant reunion in New York, which Chris claims is an audition for "Bachelor Pad." Nice to know that people like Rozlyn Papa and Vienna Girardi can bash "The Bachelor" six ways from Sunday, but are more than willing to do it all again to extend whatever 15 seconds of fame they have left.
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