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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.

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

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Glee’s Lea Michele has teamed up with PETA for a new anti-fur PSA called “If You Wouldn’t Wear Your Dog, Please Don’t Wear Any Fur.” Watch it, and PETA’s video Q&A with the actress — who first raised her voice with the animal rights organization during her Broadway days to end the abuse of horses used in New York’s carriage industry — after the jump.

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Glee’s Cory Monteith and Melrose Place’s Katie Cassidy are set to join the cast of Monte Carlo, which already has both Wizards of Waverly Place’s Selena Gomez and Gossip Girl’s Leighton Meester on board, according to the Hollywood Reporter. (On a non-teen-happy side note, Andie MacDowell also stars.) Is there any other more teeny teensplosion out there right now?

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"If anyone wants to join Team Terri, we're happy to have them!" That was the official invitation from Jessalyn Gilsig who plays the admittedly hard-to-love Terri Schuester on "Glee." Terri certainly struck a sour note with most Gleeks during the first half of the season as she duped her husband, glee club teacher Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) into thinking she was pregnant. Will, in turn, had a rather epic fight with his wife, left her and shared a romantic smooch with guidance counselor Emma (Jayma Mays).

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Dianna Agron’s character on Glee is going to have to deal with motherhood soon.

“Well, we’ll see,” said Agron, who plays pregnant high schooler Quinn Fabray.

With that little bit of foreshadowing, Glee embarks upon its final run of first-season episodes, starting Tuesday, April 13 on Fox and Global.

This really is the most spread-out first season in the history of TV, isn’t it?

The first episode of Glee aired as a “sneak preview” in May 2009, almost a full year ago. Glee then aired another dozen episodes last fall, but fans haven’t seen a new episode in four months.

Sheesh, this first season of Glee is taking longer than it takes to have a baby. Speaking of which ...

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In an unprecedented live event, FOX and “Glee” co-creator Ryan Murphy are bringing the hit television show to concert stages this spring!

Beginning Wednesday, May 18 in Phoenix, Arizona, “Glee” stars will perform in a singing and dancing celebration of the Golden Globe Award winning show.

The four-city exclusive engagement, “Glee Live! In Concert!,” is a unique concert experience conceived by Murphy that will include live performances of some of the show’s most memorable musical numbers including its anthem “Don’t Stop Believin,” fan favorites “Somebody To Love” and “Jump” and hits “Don’t Rain on My Parade” and “Sweet Caroline.”

“This has been such an extraordinary year for ‘Glee’ and I can’t think of a better way to finish up the first season than performing live on stage with the cast,” said Lea Michele, a Broadway veteran. Heart throb Cory Monteith, “This show has changed my life in so many ways. If you had told me a year ago that I’d be performing classic rock songs in concert theaters around the country, I would never have believed you. We are psyched!”

Select tickets will be available to American Express cardholders in an exclusive pre-sale beginning March 5; tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, March 12 at 10 a.m. for the concert in Phoenix, and Saturday, March 13 at 9:00 AM for the concerts in N.Y.C. and 10:00 AM for L.A. and Chicago.

Tickets will be available via www.ticketmaster.com and prices will range from $89.50-$39.50.


May 18 | Phoenix, AZ | Dodge Theatre
May 20 | Los Angeles, CA | Gibson Amphitheatre
May 21 | Los Angeles, CA | Gibson Amphitheatre
May 25 | Chicago, IL | Rosemont Theatre
May 26 | Chicago, IL | Rosemont Theatre
May 28 | New York City, NY | Radio City Music Hall
May 29 | New York City, NY | Radio City Music Hall


Lea Michele (Rachel)
Cory Monteith (Finn)
Amber Riley (Mercedes)
Chris Colfer (Kurt)
Mark Salling (Puck)
Dianna Agron (Quinn)
Kevin McHale (Artie)
Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina)
Naya Rivera (Santana)
Heather Morris (Brittany)
Dijon Talton (Matt)
Harry Shum, Jr (Mike)

For more information, visit gleetour2010.com.


#1) EVERYONE will be on tour!!
#2) Why can't you come to NY when I'll still be here :(


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