• Are Sofia Vergara's boobs getting commission? • Adam Lambert is looking CREEPTASTIC • 8 signs he's about to dump you • Kurt from Glee has certainly been busy • Fashion challenge: wear a hippie headband • Remember your childhood? • 4 things every man wants in a woman
As most of us are aware, not all celebrities attend college. Why would they spend their days sitting in lecture classes when they could be out in Hollywood living the life and making major moola? But what if they did go to college? What kind of roommate would they be? Would they be the kind of people to burn popcorn at 3 AM and cause a fire drill for the entire dorm in the middle of the night? And most importantly, what would they major in?
This week’s episode of Glee was downright ORIGINAL. And no, I’m not talking about the New Directions and their decision to unleash their inner Joni Mitchells by writing original songs for Regionals – I’m talking about the fact that this episode opened with a musical number.
• Chris Colfer sends awesome message to bullied kids • Do man crushes really exist? • 15 sexy little things guys do • Want to win an iPhone? • Get your abs ready for spring break starting right now • 2010 design that I don't hate • G-rated ways to be sexy
One of the reasons Glee has been such a huge hit is not because of the A-List guest stars that have been frequenting the set
too much lately, but because of its stellar ensemble cast. Ryan Murphy really got it right when he decided to go with virtually unknown triple threats; the entire crew brings a freshness and an enthusiasm to the show.
Well, kids, it’s finally here: Sectionals. Yes, sectionals – as in, the thing Mr. Schue has been yammering on about since day one. I always thought that nothing could ever top last year’s big sectional jaw-dropper (What’s that you say? Quinn’s pregnancy CAN’T be chalked up to Immaculate Conception and/or hot tub sperm mobility? NO!)
• Wait, Sandra Bullock has a baby?? • Michael Lohan is saying some ridiculous sh*t. Is it true? • WTF is going on here? • Another Bachelor relationship bites the dust. • Nine fashion icons everyone should know. • Chris Colfer talks Glee and....other things.
Last fall, I raced back to my dorm every Wednesday night to join in the "Glee" weekly viewing party in my friend’s room. Although we would regularly hang out and watch television, and at least sit and later discuss our other favorite shows, we would all drop whatever we were doing (even if it was a 12-page paper due the next day) and set aside special time to get together to watch the sensation that is “Glee.”