Ok, so I tend to do one of these after each season has finish, in preparation for the season ahead. I know it’s unlikely any of these will actually be covered seeing as Glee won’t be having a full 22-episode season this year (technically next year), however I just wanted to see for myself how many songs there are that I still want them to cover. Over the past five seasons the show has covered over 600+ songs, but there are still songs I would love to see them cover. Below is a list of 25 songs (with accompanying videos of the original) I would like to see Glee cover (with who I think should sing them, also) Enjoy! Also, feel free to comment with songs you would like to see the cast cover 🙂 Continue reading
In 5×04 ‘A Katy or A Gaga’, Kurt Hummel formed a band with Dani (Demi Lovato), Santana (Naya Rivera), an enthusiastic Elliott/Starchild (Adam Lambert) and a reluctant Rachel (Lea Michele). It now seems like it’ll be a few episodes before we get to see the supergroup performing in front of an audience…don’t they look cute though?! I bet it was Kurt’s idea to colour coordinate the outfits too!
We’ll see ‘Pamela Lansbury’ performing in Glee, 5×07 ‘Puppet Master’
A few days ago, star of hit-musical show, Glee, Lea Michele posted a photo on Twitter of the Glee Season 5 photo shoot. As you can see: Lea Michele (Rachel), Cory Monteith (Finn), Naya Rivera (Santana), Chris Colfer (Kurt), Kevin Mchale (Artie), Chord Overstreet (Sam), Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina), Jacob Artist (Jake), Melissa Benoist (Marley), Blake Jenner (Ryder), Becca Tobin (Kitty) and Alex Newell (Unique) were all present for the shoot.
SNL has been going for a good 30+ years now, so I can imagine it’s hard to find new people to host the show that is so popular. Many celebrities have hosted numerous times (SNL veteran Kristen Wiig has to be my favourite). Question is, who should host next?
“…because a life without meaning, without drive or focus, without dreams or goals, isn’t a life worth living.”
Chris Colfer, Struck By Lightning – The Carson Phillips Journal