Posted on 18 May 2011.
“Funeral” is such a sad-sounding title that no one should have been too surprised in shedding a few tears while watching last night’s episode. What was surprising was the person behind those emotional scenes, and surprisingly, it was Sue. Yes, Sue Sylvester – the adult bully of McKinley.
Preparation for Nationals has begun and Will enlisted the help of Jesse St. James, an ex-member of Vocal Adrenaline. They both agreed on holding an audition to select the New Directions member who will get to sing a solo in New York. Caught up with the idea of winning their first Nationals appearance, Will stopped Becky from joining the glee club. Read the full story
Posted in Announcements, Buzz, Glee
Posted on 04 May 2011.
Mark your calendars Chasters! We will again be hearing Charice’s voice in a new song this May 23, 2011, which is just less than three weeks away. She will be singing “As Long As You’re There” – an original track. This will be included in the album “Glee: The Music, Volume 6”.
Columbia Records sent out a press release on May 3, 2011 about the final Glee album for the second season. Other than “As Long As You’re There”, there will be two other original tracks, “Pretending” and “Light Up the World”. The other 15 tracks on the CD are covers of recent hits and old-time classics. Here’s the complete track list: Read the full story
Posted in Announcements, Glee, Music
Posted on 05 August 2009.
MANILA – The Philippines’ singing sensation Charice Pempengco failed to enter Manila Cathedral to pay her final respects to the late former President Corazon Aquino, but she asked singer Leah Navarro to extend her family’s condolences. Read the full story
Posted in Philippines