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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.


under the cut are sound bites from ryan lea and chris )
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Did you know that dolphins are just gay sharks? Did you also know that Heather Morris, the 23-year-old blonde who plays dimwitted high school cheerleader and glee clubber Brittany on Fox’s Glee, used to be a backup dancer for Beyoncé? As she prepares to embark on the “Glee Live! In Concert!” tour — which starts May 18 in Phoenix before hitting Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York City — Morris ponders those questions and more as she shares behind-the-scenes scoop on Brittany’s most memorably random moments (like that Brittany-Santana sex subplot!) and her good chance of getting promoted from recurring to regular cast member.

Cut for length. I love HeMo. )
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cut for vague spoilers regarding general plot )


cut for more spoilers )


And a fun link, this time:

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first look at NPH on Glee )


Next Tuesday’s Glee, as Jane Lynch’s shot-by-shot remake of “Vogue” revealed, will be an all-out Madonna extravaganza, featuring such hit songs as “Express Yourself,” “Like a Virgin,” “Like a Prayer,” and “4 Minutes.” In the episode, Mr. Schuester asks the girls in glee club to select various Madonna tracks to sing, and the episode already has one major supporter — the Material Girl herself. “I think Mr. Schuester is very cute,” Madonna said in a statement to Fox, “and I’m glad he’s doing such a good job empowering the girls.” And… that’s all, Madonna? No comment on what you make of the show’s interpretation of your music? No praise for Glee’s young ensemble cast? And no mention of the pure awesomeness that is Jane Lynch? Grumble, grumble…



Yes, Glee's Kevin McHale Will Be White-Boy Rapping This Season

Kevin McHale plays Artie—the kid in the wheelchair—on the hit TV show Glee, which begins its second season tonight. Those of you who followed my weekly Glee-caps last season may recall my “affectionate” descriptions of Artie after his star turn in the episode “Wheels” (and those of you who don’t give a whit about my tireless efforts here at may have spotted him in the print magazine with his male Glee cohorts pretending to be one of five contemporary, and very soggy, sartorial clones of Gene Kelly in his Singing in the Rain phase.) I find Artie to be one of the most compelling and sympathetic characters on the show—plus, I naturally side with the underdog—so while everyone else in the media echo chamber was attending to his bipedally-abled co-stars, I snuck in and chose him as my first-ever cast interviewee.

cut for long. Not really any spoilers but they do talk vaguely about the future episodes )
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the HIMYM related icon may give you a hint at what's under the cut...

and it's legen... wait for it... wait for it... hope you're not lactose intolerant... )


On an unrelated note, Mark Salling's PR has stated that he is not dating Naya Rivera.


Also on an unrelated note:

"'Glee' fans are going to have to wait an extra 30 minutes for the show's spring premiere, but with good reason.

Network sources have confirmed to the site exclusively 'American Idol' will now run 90 minutes on Tuesday, April 13 with "Glee" airing at 9:30/8:30c. Said development means FOX will push into the 10:00/9:00c hour for the second time this year, the first being "24's" season opener in January.

'Glee' will then resume its regular Tuesday, 9:00/8:00c time period on April 20.

To recap:

Tuesday, April 13
8:00/7:00c-9:30/8:30c - 'American Idol' (90-Minute Episode)
9:30/8:30c-10:30/9:30c - 'Glee' (Spring Premiere - Special Time)

Tuesday, April 20
8:00/7:00c-9:00/8:00c - 'American Idol'
9:00/8:00c-10:00/9:00c - 'Glee' (Time Period Premiere)"


And how is that a good reason?


And for my last unrelated note, the Music Wednesdays post will be coming at you later tonight.


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