If you are dealing with friends who are pestering you about why you still watch Glee, I implore you to not mention tonight’s episode for fear of revealing the truth that I have tried to hard to mask: that it is exactly what they’re afraid it is. If you’ve defended the lovably crackers series through the years, I particularly encourage you not to bring up “Christmas Don’t Be Late,” in which Rachel, Kurt, and Santana inhale helium and channel Alvin and the Chipmunks in a truly horrifying display.
Jennifer Lawrence and Willow Shields don’t just play sisters in The Hunger Games — to each other, they feel like they’re sisters in real life, too. At least, according to what Willow told E! News on the red carpet at Catching Fire’s LA premiere.
“She’s really like a sister to me,” Willow said. “I feel like she’s a good support system for me on set, because she’s really there for me. She helps me through all these scenes and she’s just great.”
At first Glee had sparked off a cult following of Gleeks. Now being so mainstream the show has captivated the nation. The characters are totally relatable and who knew that in these jaded times that good clean TV could still capture our hearts and imaginations.
Teen Huff writes:
1. Glee is so clearly not realistic, not true, and not possible. It’s literally perfect. Teenagers are simply too easily swayed. Our emotions and hormones are crazy, and we’re clearly a few hundred thousand steps away from being able to figure out who we really are. I believe that television shows that portray teenagers as (a) realistic and (b) well-put-together should be cancelled. It’s not fair to watch Gossip Girl and hear Blair, Nate, Dan and Serena casually remark that each of them got into some of the most elite schools in the nation — such as Brown, Columbia, Yale and Dartmouth — without really even trying. It’s not fair to watch Pretty Little Liars and see a teenage girl attracting a twenty-something teacher. These kinds of things just simply don’t happen to everyone. Thank goodness teacher-student affairs don’t happen to everyone.
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Austin Mahone hits the stage to perform at the 2013 TeenNick HALO Awards held at the Hollywood Palladium on Sunday evening (November 17) in Hollywood.
The night honored extraordinary teens Miranda Fuentes, Rocio Ortega, Denzel Thompson, and Zachary Kerr. They were given grants for their organizations and once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to meet and connect with a celebrity who shares a similar passion for their cause.
The 2013 TeenNick Halo Awards will re-air tonight, November 18th, @ 9PM on TeenNick! Be sure to watch!