Friday, March 9, 2012


Chord Overstreet suits up for the March issue of Zooey Magazine. In the issue, Chord opens up about his roots, being new to acting and music.

“If people ask me [about my background] I’ll tell them,” Chord tells Zooey Magazine. “I’m from Nashville. My family is German, Irish, a little bit of Native American. [We’re] pretty much a mix of many different ethnicities. I came [to Los Angeles] when I was 19. Going from Nashville to LA is like going from a small town in the country where there isn’t much going on, to being [pushed] into the center of everything.”

Chord comes from a musical family. His brother Nash is part of Hot Chelle Rae and his dad is a famous musician. But how has he adjusted to acting? “Acting’s a little new for me. I grew up doing music, but acting is a daily challenge. There’s always room for improvement in both music and acting and that’s why I love both. I like to be challenged.”

Everything about this interview is ironic. An awkward silence fills the space as I sit mere inches away from Chord Overstreet in the narrow stairwell of a stockroom somewhere in the middle of Beverly Hills.

He is wearing sunglasses, but we are indoors. He is dressed to the nines, like a dapper Ken Doll pulled straight from the manufacturing floor, yet the only things separating us from the dumpsters overflowing in the alley are colorless wooden doors and bleach-white plaster walls. I could feel him looking me dead in the eye, possibly wondering how I was going to break the obdurate silence and get beyond those dark glasses in the 15 minutes I’d been allotted to get to know him. His personality is arguably the exact opposite of mine; quirky and interesting as his given name suggests, with his biting, cheeky yet endearing sense of humor and seemingly perpetual sang-froid. He hates olives, and has an aversion to heights that isn’t quite as strong as his distaste for ditzy girls.

Aerosmith is his favorite band of all time. He is at ease enough in his own skin to burst out into song, usually snippets of hip-hop or early ‘90s top 40 hits. He’s got the babe-like good looks and effervescent charm of a true modern “Good Ol’ American Boy”, but there is infinitely more to Overstreet than what superficiality divulges. His taste in music alone is evidence that he has a much older soul than he’s given credit for. “I like Mumford and Sons and John Mayer, [but] I’m a huge fan of the older stuff. Hall & Oates, Creedence Clearwater Revival, James Taylor— it doesn’t really get any better than that.”

Saturday, February 18, 2012


There won't be any tour for "Glee" cast during their break this summer. A representative confirms to The Hollywood Reporter they won't continue the summer tour tradition that started two years ago. "We currently have no plans of touring the cast this summer," the rep says.

"Glee" producers are plotting a one-off concert for the cast to raise money for its arts education charity, Glee Give a Note. The gig is planned to take place in fall at the Hollywood Bowl, and they are eying to raise around $10 million for the cause.


Sunday, February 12, 2012


Though Glee’s upcoming Valentine's Day episode "Heart" is locked and delivered to Fox as of yesterday (Friday), the producers are considering going back in to pay tribute to the late legend Whitney Houston, as her mega hit "I Will Always Love You" is being featured.

However, THR is reporting that Glee may be adding to the episode even though the episode is set to air in only a few days. A spokesman for 20th Television, the studio behind Glee, told The Hollywood Reporter on Saturday that the Valentine’s Day-themed episode, titled “Heart,” had been finished and delivered to the network on Friday, with Gleeproducers currently considering going back into the episode to pay tribute to Houston, who died Saturday.

Saturday, February 11, 2012



1. Let Me Love You - Artie & New Direction Boys
2. I Will Always Love You - Mercedes
3. L-O-V-E - Mike & Tina
4. Stereo Hearts - Joe (Samuel Larsen), Sam, Mercedes & Quinn
5. You're On Top - Hiram & Leroy (Rachel Dads)
6. Home - Rory
7. Cherish / Cherish - Quinn, Mercedes, Sam & Joe
8. Love Shack - Blaine, Kurt, Mercedes, Brittany & Rachel

Thursday, February 2, 2012


You saw what happened in 'Michael' episode which Sebastian slushie Blaine. Poor Blaine! Grant Gustin  dished to Huffington Post  on the scene and it turns out a whole lotta practice went into that one throw! Owwww!

"I had Slushie practice with a dummy for that one scene," Grant explained of the epic act. "At first, they gave me water to practice the momentum, and then I practiced throwing water in a dummy’s face probably a hundred times before I was allowed to throw a Slushie."

"Darren would have to go through hair and make-up again if I messed up," Grant said. “They were riding me, so I felt a lot of pressure. Thank god I got it in one take. I felt so cool getting to throw that Slushie because that’s what Glee is, you know?”

Grant also told Huffington Post that one New Directions-er in particular can’t keep his eye off of the Warblers – and it just so happens to be the guy on the receiving end of the Slushie.

“Whenever [Darren] sees me in that Warbler uniform, he’s very vocal about how jealous he is,” Grant said. “When we filmed the Warbler number for ‘Michael,’ he was there, stalking us. I think it kind of kills him to see a cool Warbler number happening when he can’t be a part of it.”

Wednesday, February 1, 2012


Chord Overstreet and Emma Roberts love story don't last a year and they took seconds to end the 9 months relationship. The couple went public with their relationship in July last year reportedly has gone separate ways. "They're just on two different paths in life. They just grew apart and decided to part ways," a source told Just Jared. Other source told Us Magazine, "They're both young kids, they had crushes on each other but the relationship ran its course. She isn't and wasn't looking for a serious thing."

What really happened actually? There's really nothing wrong with the relationship except for the distance. "He's so nice and was such a good boyfriend. He was always so sweet." said
 another insider said of Overstreet. The 22-year-old actor seemed to cope up with it well, looking high in spirit at recent SAG Awards. "Chord seemed just fine at the after-parties. He capped off the night at the exclusive Chateau Marmont with his co-stars," a source said.

Tuesday, January 31, 2012


At the SAG awards yesterday, Heather Morris and Naya Rivera said something about the future of Brittana in Glee.

At the beginning of the night on the red carpet Naya Rivera confessed to a reporter: "There are some cute moments between them in the Valentine's episode." But that does not end there as his girlfriend in the series doubled the bet and said something that many fans of the couple were waiting a long time:"There are a lot of kisses Brittany and Santana in the episode". When the reporter asked if she was serious she said yes. However, it is the first time that Heather says something that does not happen then.In a chat with the magazine Seventeen months ago, said Naya kissed well and after that it would be weird to kiss a friend, but there was never evidence of a kiss between them in the show and her statements came to nothing.

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