The cast of Glee stuck together in LA last night during their PaleyFest panel. The crew chatted about upcoming episodes, returning characters, and what's in store for this year's prom. Lea Michele missed the event as she was busy making out with Ashton Kutcher for New Year's Eve in NYC, and in her absence, Chris Colfer let it slip that he'll be leaving The Warblers and returning to McKinley High. The show's creator Ryan Murphy dished that we'll be seeing more than just Gwyneth Paltrow in upcoming episodes, with Kristin Chenoweth also making a return cameo, and Jane Lynch wouldn't mind getting Carol Burnett back. There are plans for an episode dedicated to Fleetwood Mac's Rumours album, and as the end of the school year nears they'll be building to a pivotal prom night — especially for Kurt and Blaine. If you missed a moment of this week's show, check out Buzz's recap.
The cast of NBC's Community hit the red carpet at PaleyFest yesterday to tease upcoming episodes of the show — including the exciting season finale featuring smokin' hot Lost alum, Josh Holloway! Joel McHale, Danny Pudi, and the rest of the show's stars chatted with us about working with the star, but they also dished on the show's upcoming Pulp Fiction-themed episode as well. Get the scoop!
Joel McHale and his Community costars were out in Beverly Hills last night for their PaleyFest panel. The cast recently finished wrapping their Pulp Fiction-themed episode and Gillian Jacobs told us that while she dons Uma Thurman's famous black wig, she sadly didn't get to parody the movie's classic dance scene. Gillian and the rest of the actors also gave us a few hints about the upcoming, two-part season closer. Lost star Josh Holloway pays a special visit to Greendale Community College in the finale and apparently everyone was enamored with the sexy actor. Daniel Pudi had high hopes to catch Josh using Sawyer-esque nicknames on set and Yvette Nicole Brown was distracted by his dimples. Joel even joked that their characters might share a kiss! The Hangover 2's Ken Jeong revealed that the highly anticipated sequel is "funnier" and "raunchier" than the first one, saying, "We upped the ante." Check out today's PopSugar Rush to watch all our interviews with Joel, Gillian, Ken, and more.
Paleyfest is underway in Los Angeles, bringing us insider tidbits and sneak peeks at upcoming episodes from some of our favorite shows. Last night American Idol stepped into the spotlight with a panel featuring Randy Jackson, Steven Tyler, and most of the Season 10 hopefuls. The lively cast joked about what happens in the house when the cameras aren't rolling, while Steven and Randy discussed what it's like at the brand-new judges' panel. Check out these fun tidbits from the panel!
- The Back-Up Plan helped Steven make his final decision. Steven said the first person who made him think about being an Idol judge was actually Kara DioGuardi, who texted him and asked if he'd ever thought about it when he wrapped up his last Aerosmith tour and was looking for things to do. He also said that while he was still deciding, he saw The Back-Up Plan on a plane and loved Jennifer's heart in it.
- Randy isn't afraid to go his own way. When asked about disagreeing with Jennifer and Steven's opinions, Randy said, "I think we've now gotten to the point where we're cool disagreeing with each other."
- The latest batch of idols have their own off-screen personas! It was revealed that Casey is the most insecure in the house, Jacob is the loudest, Thia is the shyest, Stefano is the most confident, and Naima is the mom. Aww.
- Only 10 idols will make it to the tour. Despite the three wild card contestants, the tour will only feature contestants as usual, which means two more current hopefuls won't make the cut.
- Steven was afraid that Idol would kill his rock star image. When asked about the risks of singing on the show, Steven said, "I wasn't sure if it was going to flatline my career with Aerosmith. It sounds silly now, but I actually thought that."
Check out lots of photos of the judges and contestants when you read more
As some of today's hottest TV casts make the rounds at PaleyFest, the festival has been releasing these covetable limited-edition posters to commemorate the star-studded panels for Glee, The Walking Dead, and several other series. I'm kind of obsessed with the film noir-style Parks and Recreation sign and the artistic True Blood version. If you like what you see, you can purchase the posters at Gallery 1988 and hang 'em up at home. Click through below to check out the artwork!