And it will happen to a Robin Thicke song.
You decide: Does the facial hair say "pirate" or "Disney villain"?
Also: She kind of responds to the Ed O'Neill thing.
"I know they have a series option / for a regular / if they wanna pick it up / but it's up to them."
This is meant in all seriousness: Yay!
Is Dianna Agron to blame?
Kurt Hummel wrote a screenplay.
"Tea for Two."
The negotiations are over.
Make her sing.
In London, Manchester, and Dublin.
Michael Jackson's song will be mashed up with another.
The actor performed at the Mint in Los Angeles this past weekend.
Seriously. She's ready for you to like her again.
You'll be seeing much more of Kurt's gay mentor.
Sure, why not.
Why is k.d. lang singing "The Grinch Song" and not Sue? Seems like a missed opportunity...
Fine, it's the radio edit of Cee-Lo's song, "Forget You."
"Unfortunately the larger problem here is that the word 'tra**y' has become an easy punch line in popular culture."
Darren Criss is totally Kurt's new boyfriend.
Really? Finn is supposed to be fat?
We went through the two sets of characters and noted the eerie parallels between the Gleeks and their assigned roles in tonight's episode.
Cory Monteith, Mark Salling, and Kevin McHale will do the definitive "Jingle Bells."
Though hopefully they didn't inspire her sartorial choices, too.