Glee guy Dean Geyer is your Hunk of the Day for "hump day" -- check out the rest of the photos after the jump!
Check out this video of Glee hottie Darren Criss, who appeared on MTV's The Seven and serenaded us all with a rendition of Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas and a pared-down version of Teenage Dream!
Glee went shirtless and sexy last night, and planted the objectification meter firmly into the "male" end of the spectrum after all of the outcry over the recent GQ pictoral. Will this be providing more fuel for the fire?
Of course the episode had barely finished rolling credits before superherofan.net had posted a complete set of caps celebrating some Rocky Horror Hunkiness!
My favorite part of this episode has to be Matthew Morrison's performance in "Touch-a Touch-a Touch-a Touch Me" as prim and proper Emma Pillsbury rips his shirt of and tells him that she wants to be dirty with him.
...I think it's safe to say once we picked our jaws up off the floor we were humming right along with her.
Of course Glee boys Chord Overstreet and Cory Monteith got in on the action too. And I think the "Brad" glasses is a good look for Finn... adds a nice adorkable touch to him.
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P.S. Congratulations go out to Jane Lynch, who married her partner Lara Embry over the weekend. :)
My apologies to our international readership, but this clip was too good not to share - even though it will only play for visitors from the United States.
Olivia Newton-John joined the cast of GLEE this week for a new version of her iconic song Physical with Jane Lynch (who plays evil cheer squad coach Sue Sylvester in the show.)
UPDATE: Heroic reader Mike was nice enough to share the YouTube link of the video with us, for all of our international guests! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thlogramihg -- thanks, Mike!
The song itself is also available for purchase on iTunes.
Mark Salling showed us on a recent episode of Glee that he can hold his own amongst the cast, with an inspired version of Sweet Caroline on a recent episode (see the video after the jump!).
What you might not have known is that he covertly released his debut solo album under the pseudonym Jericho. Mark's official site has sample tracks and you can find the album, Smoke Signals available for purchase on his website (along with a signed photo!) or available on iTunes.
Cheyenne Jackson is back on the Broadway stage again, this time starring in Finian's Rainbow at the St. James Theatre. In an interview with OUT's Michael Musto Cheyenne tells us that one part of his agreement to do Finian's Rainbow was the flexibility to take time for other projects as well. This is why he will also be appearing on an upcoming episode of 30 Rock.
Fans of Cheyenne and Fox's mega-hit show Glee probably share in the disappointment that he was unable to film his much-anticipated episode of the series. Cheyenne reports of the experience on his web site, saying "I was cast in an episode of GLEE in a part thought of specifically for me, and was thrilled. They flew me out to LA to film, and...I got the flu, had a fever of 103, and couldn't shoot." They quickly recast, but Cheyenne hopes to be back for another chance with Glee.
If that isn't enough excitement and activity for you, Cheyenne releases his CD with Michael Feinstein tomorrow! Their jazzy CD, The Power of Two has been available for pre-order on Amazon.com and will release on the iTunes Music Store tomorrow.
Cheyenne Jackson is a force to be reckoned with in New York, and tickets to his latest project (a politically-laced two man show alongside Michael Feinstein called The Power of Two) are a hot item right now. However, Cheyenne isn't quite keeping himself chained to the theater -- he's made guest appearances on Ugly Betty, The Mentalist, Lipstick Jungle, and Life on Mars.
What I'm really excited about, though, is his upcoming guest appearance on episode three of Glee! (I'm a little in love with that show.)
The Power of Two was just extended through June 27th. See performance and ticket information.