Saturday, October 3, 2009

April in September

How'd you like the supra-talented almost-too-perfect doped-up Kristin Chenoweth?

Pretty darn good cover of Take A Bow - and whomever dumped this talented chica, Meghan Tonjes, should get his ass kicked:

BTDubz, this girl takes requests...let's get her to sing another song that Glee did.

So this girl has a studio mic in her office...and did Maybe This Time b/c Kristin & Lea did it on Glee. I'm not sure that I believe that this is the first time she's heard this song. She's too good and too clearly experienced with musical theater.

Don't bother watching this whole thing...but I think it's funny that a dog watches TV/Glee and that the owner thought it was worthwhile to videotape a dog staring at the Glee-playing-TV for like 5 minutes.

Could someone please give "Tina" a little more to do? I want to see the kids more.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Why is that a tiny, famous Broadway star?

I think it is...
Last Name - not up right now, so here's the recap of the show instead:

Alone (Kristin & Matthew Morrison)

Maybe This Time (Kristin & Lea)

So, I accidentally saw a clip from tonight's episode...there are 3 of them out there and I don't recommend you find them. They're too awesome and I think that it'll just take away from the specialness of watching the show in entirety.

Till tomorrow.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

If you like it...

K, so I'd already seen this ep before, so I'm not new-ep-geeking-out like last week. Plus my poor hoooband is sick and I had to go to a screening of Whip It (it's pretty good), so Glee night was canceled at my house. (That'll be a one time only cancellation)

Anyways, I heart Kurt Hummel tons...and he was such a sweet love when he came out to his dad. They're so different, but he's his dad and he just wants his love. And his dad loves him and it was lovely.

The stuff Sue Sylvester is pulling with getting Sandy back to get Rachel away from Glee club reminds me of Hollywood, so I'm guessing that the writers were injecting some of their own emotional experience into that storyline.

And Rachel...sigh. She'll be battling her ego demons as long as...well...probably forever.

K, the songzzzz-uh.

Put A Ring On It basement dance:

Football team Put A Ring On It dance:

Jenna singing Tonight (BTdubz, we all know that girl (from Broadway) can hit that note, but whatevz, she was just acting):

Real life Rachel Berry:

Taking Chances (just the music)

Somebody To Love

Next week:

Monday, September 21, 2009

We have more than 13 weeks to Gleek out ... Holla!

Part of today's press release about the show:
FOX has ordered a full season of the critically acclaimed comedy GLEE, it was announced today by Kevin Reilly, President, Entertainment for Fox Broadcasting Company.

“The response we’ve received to GLEE has been remarkable,” said Reilly. “It’s already got the makings of a cultural phenomenon. I’ve seen all 13 episodes, and Ryan Murphy, his team and the talented GLEE cast have knocked our socks off with their incredible work. We’re happy to pick up this gem of a show, and can’t wait to see what they’ll do with the rest of the season.”

“It’s fantastic to be the first show picked up and that this underdog series, like its characters, will get the chance to keep singing,” said series co-creator/executive producer Ryan Murphy. “There are so many more stories to tell. We’re grateful for the incredible passion shown by everyone involved – the unbelievable fans, the cast, crew, our partners at the network and studio and even music artists and labels.”

In the next episode of GLEE, airing Wednesday, Sept. 23 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT), Kurt (Chris Colfer) takes center stage when he tries out for the football team in order to impress his dad. Sandy (guest star Stephen Tobolowsky) and Sue (Jane Lynch) join forces to carry out their plans for disbanding the Glee Club. Meanwhile, Quinn (Dianna Agron) and Finn’s (Cory Monteith) relationship is tested when they receive some life-changing news.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Whaddya Say to Celine Dion? (Down Under)

Aussie promo:

Thursday, September 17, 2009 do we feel about that?

Alright darlings, a thought crossed my mind before watching Acafellas. I thought to myself, "This is the first new episode I've seen, what if it's disappointing in some way, what if it doesn't live up to the 3 I've seen so far? What if they take it in a direction I'm not crazy about?"

Within 5 minutes my fears were confirmed.

By the end I kinda got past it though...

I wasn't too keen on Mr. Schuester getting distracted away from Glee club this quickly. In the pilot he was bogged down by the pressure to provide for his baby-on-the-way and abandoned the kids, now he's reacting to his dad talking about "having guts" to follow a dream, Rachel criticizing his choreography and Quinn pointedly asking him if he'd ever performed after high school. And how does he react? Emotionally withdrawing from Glee club and chasing his lost dream of being a performer himself, with the benefit of male bonding, sex and adoration from the wife, a small feeling of success and the avoidance of dealing with the complicated feelings of being hurt by kids who shouldn't be able to hurt him and the huge challenge ahead to make the Glee club into a contender at regionals.

Alrighty, here is where I will give the show credit - they are very good at showing the audience the ways that the littlest things in a person's life can affect them deeply and change the course they're on. I just wasn't ready for Mr. Schuester to abandon the kids so quickly. Think about how that'll affect them? Are they going to be able to easily forgive and keep trusting him so completely? If I was one of those kids I'd be waiting for him to bail again.

So here are the songs from the show:
For He’s A Jolly Good Fellow – into – This is how we do it (Montell Jordan) - it ain't up yet...but this cover of This Is How We Do It is:

The video never came up online, probably b/c it's less of a song and more of a segment of the episode: (update, it's still not up, so I put up the recap that has the scene in there)

Poison (as in that girl is) (Bel Biv Devoe) – didn’t think Ken Tanaka or Howard Bamboo, the guy from the Sheets-N-Things would be able to sing, but hey, they can...

Mercy – Vocal Adrenaline – IMO, cheap. I want to see the Glee kids sing dammit. Imagine Mercedes or Rachel or Tina singing the lead on this...or Artie. Comedy gold. Of course I got it "I'm begging you for mercy, mean choreographer Dakota Stanley" but MORE NEW DIRECTIONS PLEASE AND THANK YOU!:

Bust Your Windows – looks like they’ll have 1 song an ep that breaks the rule of “the kids don’t just break out in song to express their feelings like in HS Musical” - this one was in the form of a fantasy. Interestingly, instead of tapping their feet and grooving their heads the boys who were watching over here just felt it important to discuss how much $$ this scene must have cost to shoot.

I Wanna Sex You Up - most satisfying song of the show...Puck made his singing debut and joined the Acafellas to gain more access to the cougars than just his pool business could supply. I’m fairly certain it real life. When you watch, in the beginning of the song don't be blinded by the Matthew Morrison juice, pay attention to Sandy Ryerson, he's really funny:

Um, how awesome is the shot of Puck then Sue Sylvester reacting to him? Superawesome.
Then Sue not standing up during the standing ovation was beauty incarnate.

Other bits I must mention:
We got to see some good Finn stuff...calling Rachel out, Rachel calling him out, his supereagerness to have a relationship with Mr. Shu... All that was good and enjoyable. I think I'm starting to see why ppl think Frankenteen is a star.

The Mercedes-Kurt-I’m-Gay scene was lovely...and while the speech by Mercedes is a little trite, it’s the point of the show...expressing what’s really inside you and having a place to be yourself.

Daktota Stanley...In case you kinda sorta recognize him, I'll give credit where it's due, my friend Cayce called it, Whit Hertford WAS the kid brutal in the beginning of Jurassic Park. Ringing any bells?

Lastly, let's discuss the fact that VICTOR-broadway-GARBER DID NOT SING A LICK...WTH? He did a good job making me believe he was a man who had not taken charge of his dreams and was weaker for it though. I hope he comes back and sings at some point. (And drunkenmummy was adorable) (Josh Groban hitting on her was kinda funny too)

I jotted down some notable lines from the show:
MOST DISAPPOINTING LINE: “okay, from the top” - I thought we’d get to see the kids do a flipping flapping freaking fracking song....argh

The rest of the quotes are just plain good:
Sandy, we voted, and when you’re in the group it’s creepy.

See anyone else with a plate of "I’m sorry" cookies? I don’t, just you.
Finn to Rachel

Have you ever been kissed by anyone? - Mercedes
Yes, if by "someone" you mean the tender crook of my elbow. -Kurt

And I didn’t have to show any of them my bosoms. -Will's mom
Honey, why don’t you go get yourself a Sanka. - Will's dad

The way you use your mental illness to help these kids is inspiring. I’m shocked you’re not married.
-Sue to Emma

Artie, you’re cut, you’re not trying hard enough. -Dakota
At what? -Artie
At walking. -Dakota

You’re freakishly tall. I feel like a woodland creature. -Dakota Stanley

Let’s roll Artie. -Tina

I’m going to have to ask you to smell your armpits.
-Sue Sylvester to Quinn & Santana Lopez

I’m revoking your tanning privileges for the rest of the semester.
Sue Sylvester to Quinn & Santana Lopez
(BTW, anyone else confused when Santana started weeping? I thought she was naturally that color. That's obvi the joke.)

Miss Sylvester, I want to thank you. -Quinn
For what. -Sue Sylvester
For teaching me a valuable life lesson. When you really believe in yourself, you don’t have to bring other people down. -Quinn
...but reallllly that was a thank you to Rachel...and maybe we’ll see the girls become friends.

Peace out yo.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

This isn't new, but I'm soooooo excited about tonight I have to post it

(what, am I five?!) T-MINUS 8 hours and 45 minutessssssssssssss aaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhcan't wait. (clearly I'm five)


(actually I might be closer to 4 1/2)

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Man alive - is there NO MERCY?

So a couple of HQ songs were posted online & embedded in my last post and lickety split Fox did a copyright infringement claim. I get it, but come on, we just want to enjoy the songs from one is making any $ from this and everyone can tell the difference between a fan video and an internet scam trying to make money. And no one who wants to watch the entire show is going to not buy it from iTunes just because the videos of just the songs are online...blah. is part of a press release about new musics on iTunes:
Beginning today and continuing every Tuesday, Columbia Records and Twentieth Century Fox Television will release select songs featured in the upcoming episode of GLEE for fans to purchase and download on iTunes. Today’s new releases include the GLEE cast’s versions of Jazmine Sullivan’s “Bust Your Windows” and Grammy Award winner Duffy’s “Mercy.” “Bust Your Windows” and “Mercy” join seven songs already available on iTunes, including “Don’t Stop Believin’,” which shot up to No. 1 after the GLEE preview event in May.

With only two episodes broadcast, GLEE has an incredible five songs in the iTunes Top 200: RACHEL BERRY’s (Lea Michele) version of the Rihanna hit “Take a Bow,” WILL SCHUESTER’s (Matthew Morrison) take on Kanye West’s “Gold Digger,” FINN HUDSON’s (Cory Monteith) performance of REO Speedwagon’s “Can’t Fight This Feeling” and the Glee Club’s renditions of Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” and Salt-N-Pepa’s “Push It.”

GLEE airs Wednesdays (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. A special encore broadcast of tomorrow night’s episode will air Friday, Sept. 18 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT).

On Tuesday, Nov. 3, Columbia Records and Twentieth Century Fox Television will release “Glee: The Music, Volume 1,” the first in a series of soundtracks that feature some of the music heard in the first season of the critically acclaimed series on FOX. “Glee: The Music, Volume 1” will feature spectacular renditions of several chart-topping hits, including Queen’s “Somebody to Love” and Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline.”

Yeah, so the fact that Glee has 5 songs in the iTunes Top 200 just tells me that little Glee song videos online are NOT GOING TO HURT THEIR'll only get people more invested in the show. Being jerky/overprotective will just frustrate fans. And I do get all of the legal issues, I get it, I get it. I just disagree.

Monday, September 14, 2009

Hey-o, someone's Leavin On A Jet Plane:

Oh look! Here's Take A Bow:

Say A Little Prayer:

Here's another causing me to ponder why boys are always playing the role of the head cheerleader. I think it's just a psychic premonition of Preggers (you'll see what I mean soon):

To make up for it here's Aretha circa 1960-something:

Here's another sweet and good cover of Don't Stop Believin':

And here's a sweet cover of Leavin' On A Jet Plane:

If you recognize this boy, it's b/c he also covered Don't Stop Believin'.

(2 days till Acafellas!)

Friday, September 11, 2009

All by myself

Not sure if this counts as a musical number, but whatev:

This Acafellas promo has 2 great songs - This is How We Do It & Mercy (<3 Duffy):

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Wine, Dine & Showmance me baby

Hello darlings..........

I realize a fatal flaw of this "musics only" blog might be that FOX might want you to only have access to them by buying the show/songs on iTunes only and be hyper-vigilant about making posters take down their videos.  We shall see.  For now...there are only "wassup, i taped my tv playing and i din't even use a tripod" versions of Gold Digger, Take A Bow & Push It, but that's better than nothing...
Gold Digger

Take A Bow

Push It

But hey, here is the whole episode blahhhhhhhh.

What about Say A Little Prayer? Got it

What about Sit Down You're Rockin The Boat?

Oh well, I've worked for FOX before, I should know better. To console myself I'll just post my new favorite fan vid:

la la la la la la what a sweetie pie. bye!

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Glee premiere last night...

So, I say JUST musics on this blog, but I must report on the Glee premiere last night. Working in teevee I somehow got on the gold list for FOX publicity, which is how I got the Cheerios jacket and a bunch of other Glee-rific stuff sent for my overenjoyment.  Anyway, I got invited to the premiere and of course I went, feigning total coolness, but in reality on the inside I was like "look it's Chris!" "look it's Amber!!!" "OMG IT'S JANE LYNCHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!"

K, so here is the rundown:
We (my husband, Greg & I) drive up to the valet - there are HUGEEEEE Glee hot air type balloons everywhere.
We go to the check in desk and get our red sparkly FOX VIP wristbands, but not before I see Chris Colfer in his bright blue shirt:

He was chatting with (overwhelmed and bombarded by) a huge crowd of suited FOX execs, publicists, agent types.

I didn't see Kevin till later, but Greg had eagle eyes and spotted him in his bow-tied, clam diggered glory:

So, we walk by these cheerleader girls who were awkwardly washing that Chevy...I think it was a cute idea in concept, but skeevy in execution because there were no high school boys to see it, just middle-aged publicity/studio types.  The car company clearly was an event sponsor though b/c we had to watch one of their commercials before the screening started.

Some dudes with headsets and sweaty, creased brows tell everyone to start to head in to the screening, so we head that way en masse.  In front of us was the girl from the other Fox show Dollhouse, Dichen Lachman:
On the way there was a spot to get a McKinley High Student ID...we skipped it, but got one when we came out:
We swung by the Popcorn-Candy-Drinks spot and saw the Glee napkins and vowed to steal a fat stack for our Gleemiere-gathering at our pad tonight.  We got popcorn, Red Vines AND an In-Your-Face-Rachel-SLUSHEE.  Yip yip!
We go in and grab seats - and guess what I'll never, so I'll just tell you: A GLEE L-is-for-LOSER FOAM FINGER!!!!!!!  And some Cheerios pom poms...I'm so excited to watch Glee with them tonight.  Rah Rah Sis Boom Glah!
We hang out for awhile watching the actors mingle around with the Fox peeps, they take these type pics:
If you're facing them like the photog we were sitting about 20 feet back in line with Diana...the front of the house was 90-degrees to their right.  Anywayz, we saw everyone mingling around...Lea Michele was a social butterfly flitting around the seated folks from pal to publicist to family member (I'm assuming, no idea who she was actually talking to)...then Jane Lynch had a funny air convo with a lady who was sitting to our left.  There was a lot of mouthing and gesturing and it made us laugh.

Then the CEO of 20th Century Fox, the unnaturally-hot-for-a-TV-exec Dana Walden got up and displayed her mediocre public speaking skills:
She did make this (could-have-been-funny) joke:
Ryan Murphy couldn't be here tonight b/c he's in Italy filming a small independent film with an unknown actress...okay, the film is Eat, Pray, Love and the actress is Julia Roberts...but he asked me to convey this message blah blah blah...he gained 10 pounds..blah blah blah...and I know he wishes he could be here and also that he was 10 pounds lighter.
Then the guy on her left who is the Fox Broadcasting, president of entertainment, Kevin Reilly, came up and talked and brought up the entire cast, but forgot Jenna (who plays Tina) and so he brought her to the middle.  Then he had everyone-everyone come up including the actors who play the characters we don't really know yet:
They are:
Heather Morris - who is one of Quinn's hench-cheerleader, Brittany
Dijon Talton - who just looks unfriendly in this picture and who plays Matt Rutherford, no clue who he is, I assume a FB player turned Glee kid
Naya Riviera - who is the other hench-cheerleader, Santana Lopez
And Harry Shum Jr. who plays a character named Mike Chang, who I can't remember at all...he has a LOT of dancing experience so I'm guessing he's a football player who eventually ends up in New Directions.
NOTENOTENOTE: They were all VERY chummy with the rest of the cast which indicates that they're a pretty big part of the show later on.

Then they did the thing where they give the charity chick a huge check for $25,000.  (National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts - they do really good stuff like get arts programs in the LA public schools who have NO ARTS FUNDING - blah LA)

Thennnnnnnn they showed us SHOWMANCE!  (after the car commercial)

Here is who,  pound-for-pound, got the biggest laughs:
-->Jane Lynch - obviously, duh, she's a superheavyhitter
-->Kevin McHale - he is a brilliant comedian...and I think that he will have equal division of the fangirl love between he and Cory
-->Chris Colver/Jayma Mays - tie

The songs in the show that got a huge reaction were:
Golddigger - obviously
Push It - the audience actually ruined the HUGE moment after the end of the song b/c we were so screamy/cheering/laughing-like-4-year-olds
Take A Bow - Lea killed it...and this is the only song that "breaks" the Glee rules.  This song was begun as a rehearsal, but then we see Rachel singing in the hallway of school at Finn/Quinn (just realized their names rhymed) who don't acknowledge that she's there and belting out a Rhianna/Leona Lewis song by the lockers.
P.S.  These songs are all on the iTunes, but I gotta say the broadcast version of the songs seem to be way better than the studio recording iTunes versions.  Maybe not for Lea, but the big group numbers are... 

Sidenote:  I have to say, a friend of ours who is in publicity and shall not be named did an event with the cast before the pilot ever premiered last spring and she said a few of the cast members were like TRUE drama/musical theater geeks - super hyperactive, very loud, etc.   I also won't say who so I don't tarnish your image of's not who you'd expect.  Anyway, hey have come a LONG way in their PR skillz since then.  Everyone was poised, polished and still very accessible.

OH...forgot to mention...a very tallerthanhe, sexy Latinasian woman was by the side of Mr. Schuester and boy-oh-boy was he happy about that.  They were kissysmoochytouchyfeely for sure.  I don't ever think anyone wondered if he liked boys, but he does not.

K, onwardsnupwardz...after the awesome screening...we come out and they've transformed the area to a cocktail-reception-meets-highschool-cafeteria place.  There are a few open bars, then inside there are super-gruff cafeteria ladies with hairnets barking at everyone to get their trays and keep moving. "I can't do everything, get your own silverware!"  (BTDubz, that's Greg with the cafeteria lady in the Gawker link) The food was like upscale high school fare - Mac-N-Cheese, Beef stew type stuff, chicken breasts, pasta, salad, etc. 

After we got our food it was funny to walk out of the "cafeteria" to try to find a seat at the picnic tables b/c everyone had the "omg-who-am-i-going-to-sit-with-omg-where-do-i-sit" high school lunchroom panic face.  We sat.  We ate.  Some people sat with us and we discussed the panic face.  I recognized a slew of Fox ppl and they recognized me, but am terrible with publicist names even if I've met them dozens of times, so I just avoided that part and enjoyed staring at the cast who were walking around.

One of the nicest things I saw was Ian Brennen with his family.  He is this guy who wrote a screenplay called "Glee."  It got into the hands of Ryan Murphy who decided it should be a TV show and now this guy who doesn't even have his own wikipedia entry is a Creator/Writer/Co-EP of one of the most highly anticipated TV shows in a long time.  The Hollywood dream is alive and well.  Anyway, the cast kept coming over and meeting Ian's family, which was really sweet.

Oh!  BTW, dessert was hosted by some cheerleaders as a bake sale...that's how we scored a bazillion napkins for the Gleemiere gathering @ my house tonight..."oh I'll just take a cookie and um, I need 20 napkins under it, thanks!"

We meandered and mingled around for awhile and then got our GLEE SHIRTS and went home.  All in all a very fun night.

Random notes:
These kids are sporting some serious hipsterjuice:

And can I just say this...Jessalyn Gilsig is like the nicest person ever.  I interviewed her a few years ago and the fact that my skin crawls whenever she's onscreen as Terri is a huge testament to what a great actress she is.

BTW - I heart her necklace AND I bet she's going to sing in the show eventually.  Apparently she has a lower voice and was always cast as the male lead in all of her high school musical productions.

Here are some other pics of the cutiepies:

K, until tomorrow! Hopefully the denizens of the internet will be productive and get vids up of all the musics in Showmance - fingerscrossedprettypleaseinternettheives!!! XO

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

More adorably rad fan videos


Full on lipsync in wig:

Acapella - brother-sister love:

Shirtless high school boys lipsync:

Casting of the kids...

These are more featurettes - but there is singing:

Casting Kurt:

Casting Artie:

Casting Mercedes:

Casting Tina:

Casting Will Schuester:

Casting Rachel:

Casting Finn:

Casting Quinn:

I wish there were more casting videos for at least Sue, Puck, Terri, Emma and Brittany.

It's My Life/Confessions

Not sure where this crappy audio is from...but here's a new song/medley from an episode TBD:

A little Le Freak

Teen PSA style:

Kristen Chenowith on Glee - wheeeeee!

I didn't think there'd be anything out there about this yet, but check this out:

Director's cut

Here it is yo:

Somebody to love - live from the upfronts

Dig it - as much as you can with the digital cam:

Errrrrr, okay, someone took their video down, so I replaced it.

Monday, September 7, 2009


So, as the Glee premiere rapidly approaches, I realize that there are several songs from the pilot that are not on YouTube b/c either FOX makes people pull them down the second they're posted on YouTube or no one has put them up.
I couldn't find these:
Rockin' The Boat - Glee cast
You're the One That I Want - Glee cast
Leavin' On a Jet Plane - Will

BUT, I just tried to track them all down, and here are the ones I found:
On My Own - Rachel (although I do have a link to the free iTunes download of the video a few posts back) (and here it is on YouTube - no video exists on the internet that I can find)

Can't Fight This Feelin' - Finn (just the song - video wasn't up anywhereeeeee)

Here's a cute fan version of this:

Audition sequence - Glee cast

P.S. Here's a glimpse of Push It

Friday, September 4, 2009

Mark Salling - super bass

So, I was wondering what Mark Salling was going to sound like when he sang on Glee...

I can't really tell if I like his music with his band, but I think he will probably sound pretty darn good singing with the group...maybe not Kevin McHale good, but good...

What a sweetie...

Just watch her facial expressions....

Here's another...this girl is doing the girl part to the boy who did the girl and boy parts:

I'm going to make a call and say this girl is a sassafras in real life.

This is too funny

Some dude was at Starbucks and saw these Gleeks doing their own off-key version of Don't Stop Believin'

Can you hear the espresso machine in the background? I can.

Why isn't Leavin' On A Jet Plane on the internets yet?

This is though:

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Another adorable Glee cover

How sweet is this boy?

Monday, August 31, 2009

Glee Soundtrack announced - in stores 11/3

Check out the official info from the press release (songs in bold we've already seen):

The full track listing for “Glee: The Music, Volume 1” is as follows:

  1. “Don’t Stop Believin’”
  2. “Can’t Fight This Feeling”
  3. “Gold Digger”
  4. “Take a Bow”
  5. “Bust Your Windows”
  6. “Taking Chances”
  7. “Alone”
  8. “Maybe This Time”
  9. “Somebody to Love”
  10. “Hate On Me”
  11. “No Air”
  12. “You Keep Me Hangin’ On”
  13. “Keep Holding On”
  14. “Bust a Move”
  15. “Sweet Caroline”
  16. “Dancing with Myself”
  17. “Defying Gravity” 

Thursday, August 27, 2009

On my own - not on my webpage

There is a pretty great version on iTunes of Lea Michelle doing On My Own.  It doesn't seem to exist anywhere else, so here is a link-a-doodle

I'm going to guess I'm not the only girl who used to belt out this song whist doing laundry and wallowing in humid teenage angst.  Actually, I don't need to guess...I know you waz' singin' and cryin' and whimperin' and feelin' like Eponine, wishin' to be in the arms-o-Marius.  Don' lie, I knowz.

Here are the auditions




Artie didn't have an audition part did he? This is the bit on him that goes in this series though:

Here's a bit on Chris & Amber's real auditions, plus vid of their New Directions auditions:

All that a cappella scoring the show...

So, yeah, this group called The Swingle Singers are the group who provide the a cappella music scoring the show. They never do a whole song on the show, but I'm going to post a song since we have to wait forever and a day for the show to come on.

The show does a really good job with their scoring...Sue Sylvester seems to have a theme song.  See if you can pick it up once the show is on.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

While we wait...

Let's see some awesome coverage:


Don't hate, but I've seen the first 2 episodes of Glee, not counting the pilot that was televised, and they do an awesome version of Golddigger - Kanye

(And double don't hate, but I'm wearing a Cheerios jacket FOX sent my work as part of a press kit.)


Somebody To Love

(as part of a promo)


At least Amy is doing something positive in the world:

Bust Your Windows

I love this girl...

Let's start at the very beginning...

A song made better by coverage: