Kevin McHale at the 25th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation's Academy Awards Viewing Party held at The City of West Hollywood Park - West Hollywood, California, United States - Monday 27th February 2017
Stet is just 11-years-old and struggling to come to terms with his mother's death. He frequently lashes out and has little discipline, but the one thing he does have a lot of is talent. An impressive singer, he is thrust into the National Boychoir Academy who accept him only on the basis that he can sing and that his father pays them well. However, he struggles to fit in with the other children, especially when it emerges that he is unable to read music. He causes fights and is frequently picked on, the school are beginning to see him as a liability, but there's an important concert coming up and Stet could prove to be their new secret weapon; all he needs is a little help. Choir master Carvelle takes him under his wing with a hard line, determined to show Stet just how great he can be.
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Lea Michele's Rachel Berry is set to lead the Glee club at McKinley High in the sixth and final season of 'Glee'.
Lea Michele's character Rachel Berry will return to Lima after failing to break into acting.
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Kevin McHale - ELLE's 5th Annual Women in Music concert celebration presented by CUSP by Neiman Marcus in honor of the magazine's May Women in Music issue held at Avalon Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 22nd April 2014
It was a major 'Glee' fest at the 2013 Fox Upfront Presentation with appearances on the red carpet from the musical TV show's stars including Chris Colfer, Lea Michele and Jane Lynch. The annual television network event was held at the Woolman Rink in New York City.
If you're a fan of Glee or of Sagal, this is your cue to get excited.
Katey Sagal is to appear on Glee! The Sons of Anarchy actress will portray Artie’s mother in an episode during May sweeps, according to a report by Deadline. Sounds like something created in the darkest recesses of your TV-fueled subconscious, doesn’t it? Or maybe Kevin McHale’s subconscious, since the Glee actor was the first to suggest the actress would be a good book during last summer’s Comic-Con.
Now McHale’s suggestion is coming true, as producer Ryan Murphy announced Thursday: "So thrilled to announce my friend Katey Sagal is playing Artie's mom on Glee! There is nothing this woman can't do!"
Murphy hasn’t mentioned whether Artie’s father has also been cast and whether he will even appear in the episode, but McHale has his own pick for his on-screen dad – Harry Connick Jr. And since Connick’s part on Law & Order: SVU is coming to an end soon, it does look like the actor will have enough time in his schedule, if Glee happened to come calling. Besides Glee, Sagal is also rumored to be attached to a comedy project that Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter has reportedly sold to FX.
For all the music awards she's won in her career, we're willing to wager that few of them will have touched Katy Perry as warmly as the gong she picked up at the annual Trevor Project bash. The multi-million selling singer was honored by the charity - which focuses on preventing suicide among the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community - for being an inspiration for so many of her fans, stepping up and speaking about the issue regularly.
Made primarily for fans who couldn't attend the summer 2011 tour, this is mainly a concert movie featuring some 20 songs from the TV show. Each main character gets his or her moment in the spotlight as they stir the arena crowd into a frenzy of adoration. Between numbers, we meet fans who have felt the show's impact: sparky high-school cheerleader Janae, who's only incidentally a dwarf; the soulful Trenton, who was forced out as gay in eighth grade; and the reclusive Josie, who has emerged from her shell as a Gleek.
Continue reading: Glee: The 3D Concert Movie Review
Many ticket-holders couldn't get into the O2 Arena show on Tuesday night (September 19th) because they didn't bring photo ID to match their booking.
An album re-release, a new song and a documentary mark the singer's legacy this year.
The film will be the first in the Marvel Cinematic Universe led by a person of colour.
The actor plays the titular hero in the forthcoming adaptation.