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Columbia Records and Twentieth Century Fox Television today released select songs featured in this week’s episode of GLEE, including show-stopping versions of “Maybe This Time” from “Cabaret” performed by APRIL RHODES (guest star Kristin Chenoweth) and RACHEL BERRY (Lea Michele) and Heart’s “Alone” sung by APRIL (Chenoweth) and WILL SCHUESTER (Matthew Morrison). Additionally, the cast version of Queen’s “Somebody To Love,” which was released on iTunes last week, has already landed in the Top 20. These three tracks join 11 songs already available on iTunes, including “Don’t Stop Believin’,” which shot up to No. 1 after the GLEE preview event, as well as Michele’s “Take A Bow,” which peaked at No. 6 and “Taking Chances” which peaked at No. 11.
Below is a video of Lea doing the interview on David Letterman. She looks gorgeous and is so poise. LOL Enjoy the video!!
There have been 48 HQ photos added to the gallery of Lea attending rock musical ‘Rock of Ages’ on Broadway on October 06 and visiting Ed Sullivan Theater for the ‘Late Show with David Letterman’ on October 05.
Additional performers have been announced for the True Colors Cabaret series at Feinstein’s at the Loews Regency to benefit True Colors Fund and Broadway Impact.
Cyndi Lauper will host the October 26 concert, featuring Hair star Gavin Creel; Van Hansis will host the November 29 concert, featuring Lea Michele, Jonathan Groff, and Rufus Wainwright, and Jason Mraz and the Broadway Inspirational Voices will perform at the December 21 concert.
For tickets and more information, call 212-339-4095.
As an NYC native, Lea understands the issue first hand. In talking with PETA she said “As a New Yorker, I know how tough it can be to navigate the city streets, and that’s on two feet! When I see the horses attached to carriages and made to pull heavy loads in traffic, it makes me sad and angry. I want tourists to know that long after their rides are up, these horses’ miserable lives continue, day in and day out.”
Lea joined Pink, Pamela Anderson, Alec Baldwin, Rue McClanahan, and other notables who “don’t stop believin’” that the cruel and dangerous buggy biz needs to be done away with.
40 photos of Lea at the Fox Fall Eco-Casino Party have been added to the gallery. She looked gorgeous and looks like she had a good time. So check them out!!
> Appearances/Events > Fox Fall Eco-Casino Party – BOA Steakhouse – September 14
641 Caps from episode 2 “Showmance” have been added to the gallery. Check out all of Lea’s gorgeousness.
> Glee > Season One Screencaptures > 1.02 – “Showmance”
Four photos Lea at the PaleyFest has been added to the gallery. These are all I could get for tonight, will be adding more tomorrow! So, check back tomorrow for more! BTW, doesn’t she look gorgeous?
> Appearances/Events > PaleyFest: Fall TV Preview Parties
There have been many sources claiming that Glee had the top entertainment program of the night. Which is great!
Glee drew a 3.3 rating/9 share in the 18-49 demo, with 7.3 million total viewers tuning in. That easily bested a new America’s Got Talent on NBC, which drew a 2.1/5 demo rating, but also attracted more total viewers with nearly 9.7 million people tuning in. Despite the high marks, the episode came in lower than the May 19 pilot, which scored a 3.9/10 in the demo and attracted 9.6 million viewers. That show was buoyed by having the final performance show of American Idol as its lead-in. The fifth-season opener of Fox’s Dance drew a 2.7/8.
Also check out another article at variety.com.
Lea, Cory, Amber Riley, Matthew, Chris & Kevin all showed up for an interview with Bonnie Hunt. It was quite entertaining. So you should check it out below.
Also, photos from Fox’s Glee Premiere and The PaleyFest & TV Guide Magazine’s Fox Fall TV Preview Party will be coming up later today so keep checking back!