Like a drunk who wrapped her car into a paparazzi for the umpteenth time, sometimes you've got to see it to believe it. So in spite of any of the apparent difficulties in working with notoriously troubled young starlet Lindsay Lohan, LiLo has officially come to 'Glee' and we've got the gory photos to prove it.
Oh, that Lindsay Lohan. Will her troubles never end? Even with all her recent wins, the reasonably successful hosting of 'Saturday Night Live,' Lifetime officially selecting her to play Elizabeth Taylor in their forthcoming movie, and picking up a 'Glee' guest spot, it seems like folks around the 'Glee' set have become rather outspoken about the difficulty working with her.
Tonight marks 'Glee's tribute to the late Whitney Houston, but with the flurry of stories still needing to be resolved, how long before Gleeks everywhere can breathe a sign of relief for which of their favorite New Directions will graduate, and which will stay behind at McKinley High? How's it all going to end?
There must be something in the water over on the 'Glee,' set, which seems to be in the midst of its oddest run of episodes yet, ranging from disco to Whoopi Goldberg, Lindsay Lohan, Perez Hilton and back again. Now' they're super-sizing one of their episodes, and heading into a 'Fringe'-style parallel world? What the what?
Seriously, so much for Ryan Murphy saying at last year's Comic-Con that 'Glee's third season would rely on characters over buzz-worth guest stars. Granted, he also went back on that whole "graduation = leaving the show" thing. So if Lindsay Lohan can turn our heads as an upcoming 'Glee' guest star, but will there be a certain Hilton alongside her?
Not that any of them were in any real danger of facing down cancellation, but it's always nice to breathe a sigh of relief when our favorite FOX shows secure renewals for an additional season. Then again, only some were lucky enough for the honor, so where's my 'Fringe' renewal news, FOX? We're dyin', here!
Apparently we're going to have the time of our lives once again since Lionsgate is planning to remake 'Dirty Dancing.' They already have Kenny Ortega, choreographer turned filmmaker, on board the production but now they have another musical-friendly person on board with hopes to make it like something you're already familiar with.
You know, I watched NBC's 'Smash' last night, and while admittedly still finding its feet, I found myself thinking that the show hopefully wouldn't reach that 'Glee' level of pop disaster. Now, just as quickly as one 'Glee' casting raises hope, another sets the disaster bar way, way lower.