Glee has been up to all kinds of crazy things. There was this attempt at recreating the Bridesmaids promo art for Rachel and Finn’s wedding:
Oh silly marketing team! Heather Morris should never try and be Kristen Wiig ever again. Please note that Quinn Fabray is NOT in this photo. What was she doing instead of bridesmaiding (Yes I just made up that word)? She was doing this:
Texting while driving is ALWAYS a bad decision.
Yes, she was texting and driving. And getting into a car accident. And now she could be doing nothing because she might be dead.
But here’s the thing; I support this death. Continue reading
Last night Fox premiered season three of Glee, which Ryan Murphy has promised will rock like season one rather than confuse us all like season two. And so far, so good! Yes, I have a ton of questions. Of course, some things — like Blaine’s seamless transfer — seemed ridiculous. Yeah, I just let Mercedes weird relationship “changes” slide. And duh, I totally loved Blaine singing Tom Jones’ It’s Not Unusual! But oh NO! There was this:
WHAT THE HECK HAPPENED TO YOU QUINN FABRAY?! While I typically support pink hair, what is with the random –though purposefully bobby pinned — cowlick? Why do you have a nose ring? Why aren’t you bathing? And lastly: Continue reading
It all started with Jamie Lynn Spears, didn’t it? Back in 2007 Jamie Lynn was the good Spears sibling with a sterling reputation and hit Nickelodeon show. Then with an interview in O.K. Magazine it was revealed that little Jamie Lynn was expecting (coincidentally, after she saw Knocked Up). Bye bye Nickelodeon show, so long sterling reputation, hello teen pregnancy epidemic.
The truth is that Jamie Lynn was just part of a growing trend. After 15 years of steady decline, the teen pregnancy rate spiked 5% between 2005 and 2007. Today, 3 out of 10 girls in the United States are pregnant before age 20.
As maternity wards became filled with teen mothers, TVs and movies began featuring pregnant teens with more frequency.
From Juno to Glee, it seems like pregnant teens are everywhere.
After seeing a segment on Access Hollywood dedicated to the anticipation of Glee returning from a 4 month break, it seemed like more was needed to spice up the week leading to Glee. Especially with news that Olivia Newton John may be remaking her “Let’s Get Physical” video with Sue Sylvester.
Imagine Sue Sylvester in a Madonna bra. Now imagine her singing "Let's Get Physical". Glee is going to blow our minds.