Ryan Murphy, the creator of Glee, in a recent interview with E! stated:
“We’re doing an episode that’s a tribute to theatricality. We reached out to Lady Gaga and she said, ‘Yes, I’d love to be a part of it.’ So we will be doing Lady Gaga this season.”
I am totally goo goo for Gaga puffs!!
Source: E! Online
Not sure where he is going on that little bike, but Glee’s Mark Salling can ride it right on over to my house.
One of the reasons Glee is such a popular show is (besides of course the singing) is the over the top bitchiness of Coach Sue Sylvester. Never before have we seen this woman show a hint of emotion, much less even a tinge of normalcy in her voice. Last night’s episode changed all of that. Sue shocked us all by giving a girl with down syndrome a chance. Like Will, we were pondering what Sue’s latest evil scheme was all about. This time, there was no evil scheme. Later in the episode, Sue paid a visit to a sister that we didn’t know she had. I think it is safe to assume that it was a bit surprising to us all that 1. Sue’s older sister had down syndrome and was institutionalized, and that 2. Sue morphed into a normal, loving, and caring human being the instant she was in the presence of her sister. I personally cried tears of joy at finally seeing a crack in Sue’s hard ass facade. Will may never the know the truth behind Sue’s sudden acts of kindness, but we do!