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The Sue Sylvester of 'Glee' and 'Saturday Night Live' regular Fred Armisen practice several different introductions for her hosting spot.
'I would rather not have survived the stroke if I had lost the ability to make music,' the singer says.
Having her own pets at home, the animal-loving actress forced producers to rewrite her line because she could not bear to talk about skinning cats.
The 'Glee' star reveals that she was inspired to go public about her being gay following the TV host's interview with Time magazine in 1997.
Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison, Cory Monteith and other 'Glee' cast team up with Members Project by starring in videos which urge people to become more aware about the importance of recycling.
In an effort to raise money for tickets to attend Emmys, Tina Fey, Jane Lynch, Jorge Garcia, Nina Dobrev, Joel McHale and Jon Hamm agree to join Jimmy Fallon's crew.
If the deal finalizes, the city could be used as the location for half of production which reportedly will begin in March or April 2011.
The rumored 3-D music video is unveiled in its standard form with BoA and her male companions invading the dance floor.
Although not yet given a formal announcement, the episode where she would appear is said not far from the September premiere.
A Los Angeles judge has issued the order against Thomas James Weldon, banning him from approaching the Oscar-winning actress, her adopted son and her three former stepchildren.
Michael Buckley from 'What the Buck Show' would be interviewing various stars from Robert Pattinson to 'Glee' actress Jane Lynch.
The 50-year-old star has shown off her wax replica, who portrays her as Sue Sylvester from 'Glee', saying 'I feel like I'm seeing myself in a coffin or something.'
When Earth's mightiest heroes found themselves united against a common thread to fight the foes no single superhero could stand, the Avengers were born, so it is explained on the teaser.
While her wax figure was unveiled at Hollywood's Madame Tussaud, Lynch spared time to comment on the casting of Burnett as her adventurous mother.
In the middle of her concert in Phoenix, the singer advised her little monsters to stand up together and be heard against the state's 'disgusting' law.