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As the cast and executive producers of Glee took their places onstage at PaleyFest last night, it was a surreal moment for the audience and the team behind the hit Fox show.

Just the night before, fans had watched the episode, “Original Song,” where part of it was shot on the very stage they were on.
“I'm still kind of freaking out, ‘cause we did it right here,” actor Cory Monteith said.

Jane Lynch pointed out the spot on the stage where her character punched one of the Regionals judges, joking, “My career peaked at that moment.”

During the penultimate PaleyFest panel this year, the Glee team entertained a full house, sharing stories about moments on set, revealing their takes on several of the relationships in the show and divulging plenty of juicy spoilers for what’s to come in the rest of Season 2 and in the upcoming third season.

spoilers for future events )

Glee returns April 13 at 8 p.m. on Fox.

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Max Adler, who plays "Glee" football player and resident bully Dave Karofsky, doesn't know if he'll get to kiss and make up on the show anytime soon.

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Welcome to the Out 100


The theme of the 2010 Out 100 portfolio is “celebration.” In a year marked by battles won and lost, high hopes and bitter letdowns, we thought it important to focus on events that might not have been celebrations when they happened, but were pivotal in the evolution of the LGBT cause. So, we asked our honorees to recreate three such moments in recent history — Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball shot by legendary photographer Larry Fink, the Stonewall riots shot by Out 100 veteran Roger Erickson, and Studio 54 shot by Jason Schmidt.

In the coming days we will reveal select Out 100 honorees shot by each of the photographers and situated in each of the three celebrations. All 100 honorees, including our five amazing cover stars, will be revealed on November 11.

Continue to visit Out.com/Out100 every day to see new photos, read new bios, and celebrate the LGBT people of the year with us.



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Chris Colfer - Actor


It’s hard to imagine Glee without Kurt Hummel, the hit show’s resident countertenor and fashion iconoclast. But until director Ryan Murphy met Chris Colfer, who was auditioning for the role of Artie at the time, the character didn’t exist. Now it’s 20-year-old Colfer, in his first professional role, who is responsible for much of the show’s heavy lifting, giving it heart when it veers too far into fluff or farce and infusing it with panache and absurdity when things run too dark and hopeless—often in the same episode. Though only a nominee at last year’s Emmys, a recent episode that follows Kurt confronting the possible death of his father and greater issues of faith suggests he’ll be bringing home his first big award the year he turns 21.


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Well, hello Chris Colfer

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Glee star takes the good with the glare

Back on May 18, 2009, Chris Colfer was a regular kid, a talented, singing-and-dancing, Californian teen who had appeared in some community-theatre productions, acted in a short film and recently completed the pilot for a Fox show called Glee, an oddball sort of show whose appeal, if any, was hard to predict.

The next day, thanks in large part to an assist from the juggernaut American Idol, Glee exploded into the American zeitgeist. Colfer's life hasn't been the same since.


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Some of the glee cast posted a pic of them honoring Spirit Day

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PTC complaint about the GQ Shoot





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Full list of awards:

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Matthew Morrison
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Lea Michele
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Chris Colfer
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series: Jane Lynch
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series: Mike O'Malley
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series: Neil Patrick Harris
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series: Kristin Chenoweth

Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series
Outstanding Comedy Series
Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series (Pilot: Director's Cut)
Outstanding Costumes for a Series (The Power of Madonna)
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series (Ryan Murphy, Pilot: Director's Cut)
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series (Paris Barclay, Wheels)
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series (The Power of Madonna)
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series (Hairography)
Outstanding Make-Up for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic) (The Power of Madonna)
Outstanding Make-Up for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic) (Theatricality)
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour) (The Power of Madonna)
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series (Ryan Murphy, Pilot: Director's Cut)

These are obviously findable anywhere but I just c&ped from here.

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under the cut are sound bites from ryan lea and chris )
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Now, now! Before you go drawing mustaches on half of the Glee cast’s yearbook photos because some of the show’s biggest stars won’t be attending Comic-Con next month, perhaps you should read why that’s the case: They weren’t asked to!

A Twentieth Century Fox Television rep explains: “Last year, we brought down Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Matthew Morrison, and Dianna Agron. Because we have such a large cast and we can’t bring everyone every year, this year we decided to bring down some of the cast who didn’t get to go last summer.

“So this year,” the spokesman continues, “Chris Colfer, Amber Riley, Jenna Ushkowitz, Kevin McHale, Mark Salling, Heather Morris, and Naya Rivera will get to experience the convention, as well as co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk.”

And what about Jane Lynch? Comic-Conventioneers sure as hell wanna hear how Sue sees it. According to the rep, she had a scheduling conflict.

So, to sum up, no, the stars aren’t dissing the fans. The producers are just spreading the love. And since Colfer, Riley & Co. will be bringing some never-before-seen clips to their July 25 Q&A, maybe we can do the same. What do you think?

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WOW, so Heather and Naya really are officially bumped up to being full-time stars of the show now! Poor Dijon and Harry though... This is why I really wish they'd flesh out the current characters' storylines before bringing in new kids, even though it would certainly make sense that the glee club would gain new members. :(

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Several weeks ago Fox Home Video issued a press release officially announcing the September 14th release of Glee - The Complete 1st Season on DVD and high-def Blu-ray Disc. These releases bring you all 22 first-season episodes, plus a ton of bonus material (which we detailed in our report last week). For fans who bought last December's DVD release of Glee - Season 1, Volume 1: Road to the Sectionals, Fox is offering a $10 "GleeBate" (rebate) when you upgrade to The Complete 1st Season on DVD or Blu-ray.

But for fans who already own that Volume 1 set, and only want to buy the "back nine" episodes of the show's first season, Fox has had a plan all along for you. Glee - Season 1, Volume 2: Road to Regionals will also be available on September 14th (the same day as The Complete 1st Season set). This will be a 3-disc package, ONLY available on DVD format (no Blu-ray, just like the Volume 1 release). It won't have any bonus material on it either: it will be a bare-bones release of JUST the 9 episodes to complete the first season of the show: Hell-O, The Power of Madonna, Home, Bad Reputation, Laryngitis, Dream On, Theatricality, Funk, and Journey. Package art is below.

Just as it was for Season 1, Volume 1: Road to the Sectionals, the list price of Glee - Season 1, Volume 2: Road to Regionals will be $39.98 SRP. Buying that title does NOT make you eligible for the $10 "Gleebate" mentioned above; that rebate is only usable with purchase of The Complete 1st Season on either DVD ($59.98 SRP) or Blu-ray ($69.99 SRP). Amazon.com is taking pre-orders right now - at a discount, of course - for the Volume 2 set, and also for The Complete 1st Season on DVD or on Blu-ray Disc.

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