While we wait for photos from sectionals--it should come soon--here are a handful of tidbits from the Glee
front, specifically about this Wednesday's episode, "Hairography". In case you haven't seen the video clips yesterday, here's the link
. And now, more text! Yay!
First up, the folks at Entertainment Weekly
have another teaser clip from this week's episode, and while it's not a full scene--there's a quick interview with Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer that's pretty hilarious--you can spot the glee kids from Jane Adams Reform School for Girls, headed by Grace Hitchens (guest star Eve), perform "Bootylicious". Here's the link, since we can't embed it
There's a reason why both these two won't be able to have children after the performance, or so they claim. I can only guess it's the three So You Think You Can Dance
contestants who are part of the group.
Second up, good news for Tina fans--she gets a solo!
Wheee! Well, she did get a solo in a previous episode, and she did handle lead vocals in last week's "Lean On Me", but tonight she gets a song all her own, and we can download it. Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors", anyone? Go listen to it right here:
Third, Matthew Morrison is well aware of the upcoming all-Madonna Glee
episode, and he's thinking of singing "Like A Virgin"--for Emma! "If Emma and I were ever to get together, maybe [we could perform it] the first time we consummated the relationship," he told TV Guide Magazine
. ""I want that storyline. I hope it happens. I think it would be the funniest thing because she's so OCD. I think there would be a lot of Purell involved."
And apparently they're looking for another love interest for Will. "We're trying to find a rival glee club teacher that may be a love interest for me," he added. "I don't know who they're going to cast." But can't they just stick to Emma? Then again, the kids can't decide for themselves, too.
Finally, since we've made it this far, I've spotted previews of upcoming songs from Glee
--and that includes the sectionals set list! There's a load at YouTube (and you can click here
) but, for now, three of my favorites, in 30-second fragments:
I would've loved their take on Lily Allen's "Smile", but I prefer the original, to be honest.
(Image courtesy of Fox)