"Seasons of Love" Glee Cast (Season 3 Graduates Version): Lea Michele, Dianna Agron, Naya Rivera, Amber Riley, Mark Salling, Chris Colfer, and Cory Monteith.
I, Pari, have made a decision regarding this blog.
From this day forward this blog will be a STRICTLY Glee
and The Glee Projectblog. That’s pretty much all it’s used for currently, so please don’t unfollow if you like this!
I will be creating a personal blog for myself though, that if you would like to follow me PERSONALLY because sometimes I’m funny or something, then I will put the link up for you!
Thanks y’all. You da best.
As GLEE gears up for its final season and a half, Fox boss Kevin Reilly has teased a little bit of what the future will hold.
“We do have GLEE through next season, and it will be the final season,” Reilly told reporters after his Press Tour session. “[GLEE creator] Ryan [Murphy]‘s pitched the arc all the way through next season. For the second half of this year, the kids will graduate. We will go to New York exclusively for the second half of the year. And then he’s got some fantastic ideas of what we’re going to do next year for the final year.”
And with graduation, that means there will be some unspecified cast changes. “Some are going to be graduating and moving,” Reilly acknowledged. “Creatively, it would be ridiculous if all of them moved to New York. Some will move on, and they’ll arc back in for special episodes, they’ll always be a part of it. And I think the way it will dovetail next season, we’ll see some familiar faces coming around in some capacity. But for this season, there will be a graduation, and several of the cast members will move on, and others will go to New York…[Once they graduate], we’re not going to be in Ohio for the rest of the season.”
But one person Reilly was OK with confirming would be sticking around?
Jane Lynch (Sue). “As long as there’s a show, there’s Jane,” Reilly said.
WHEN TUMBLR GOES DOWN ITS LIKE MY LIFE IS ON PAUSE.
If I am sitting in the Union reading up on the latest IQA posts and information, does that make me a nerd?…. probably.
WE PLAY QUIDDITCH
Quidditch is an intense, co-ed contact sport played by over 300 teams around the world. This April, 80 of those teams will descend upon North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to crown the sport’s world champion– the winner of the seventh annual IQA World Cup.
With 14 players, four balls, and the elusive human snitch, the World Cup games will unfold over two days of top-tier athleticism, incredible competition, and a community like no other. Come join the crowd, cheer, and be part of the most unique event in sports. After all, there are lots of championships, but there’s only one IQA WORLD CUP.
As of right now, I’m still a no-name player in the sport of Quidditch. Well you know what? I’ll show all of you that I’m worthy of being one of the top female chasers in Ohio, this semester… be prepared. I’m coming for you.