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Glee Gets Time Extension for Born This Way Episode

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Tuesday nights are a lot quieter with Glee on hiatus, and that’s why the show is going to infuse viewers with an extra-long episode when it does return in April. The highly-anticipated “Born This Way” episode will be extended, so you can Gleek out even longer.

Glee comes back first with “Night of Neglect” on April 19, but that’s just a warm-up to the big episode coming in the following week. The April 26 episode, which will feature Lady Gaga song “Born This Way,” will probably be extended to a music-packed 90 minutes -- as long as FOX gives them the go-ahead.

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SNL Alum Victoria Jackson Lashes Out at Glee

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Glee- Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) kiss Victoria Jackson

Victoria Jackson, best-known for her 6-year stint on SNL, summed Glee’s “Original Song” episode up with one word: “Sickening!” She accused the producers of the show of “shoving the gay thing down our throats” and making a “mockery of Christians.”

“Everyone knows that two men on a wedding cake is a comedy skit, not an ‘alternate lifestyle’! There I said it!” Jackson’s comments appear in her column at WorldNetDaily.

Jackson was best-known on Saturday Night Live for her ditzy, blonde characters and high-pitched voice. In recent years, she has been politically active and strongly outspoken against liberal candidates and leftist media coverage. Perhaps ironically, she is a strong supporter of Fox News (which is owned by Fox Entertainment Group, which owns 20th Century Fox Television... which distributes and produces Glee).

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American Idol 10: Karen Rodriguez Exits Gracefully, No Regrets

American Idol 10 - Karen RodriguezKaren Rodriguez, 21, is American Idol’s latest casualty and last online contestant. But, she’s not letting the disappointment get her down.

“I went up there, and I always sang from my heart,” she told reporters after her Thursday elimination. “It’s like a whole packet of little experiences that I’m going to take for ever.”

Karen said she has no regrets from her time on the show, and in upcoming episodes she’ll be rooting for Jacob Lusk. The two bonded “from the very beginning in Hollywood Week.”

“He was a joy to be around, and I’m so excited for him.” Watch a video of Karen’s entire interview at Entertainment Weekly.

Follow all the contestants, get all the spoilers and read all the recaps -- check out all our American Idol 10 posts.

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American Idol 10: Top 12 Results

The Top 12 results show of American Idol began with a montage of all the Idols sharing their first childhood dream jobs -- only two of which were “singer” (Thia Megia and Pia Toscano). Results shows always begin on a dramatic note. It’s the only way the show can convince people to watch an hour-long broadcast of what could just as easily take two minutes to learn right before the next performance round.

Jennifer Lopez wore white, Steven Tyler black. And no one’s looking at (or listening to) Randy Jackson anymore. But the results show is Ryan Seacrest’s rare time to shine; it’s always his to lead. To open the show, he showed off baby pictures of the night’s performers, Lee DeWyze and the Black Eyed Peas, since the Top 12 all had their pictures shown off during the preceding performance round.

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American Idol 10: Top 12 Perform

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Steven Tyler, Jennifer Lopez and Randy Jackson opened the Top 12 performance episode of American Idol with an altruistic message. In light of the recent tragedy in Japan, the show will give all profits from Wednesday’s songs (which, as always, may be downloaded from iTunes) to the Red Cross relief effort. On the Thursday results show, information will be offered so you may find new ways to offer assistance. Visit the Red Cross home page to learn more about making donations of money and time in order to further the relief effort.

After starting on a somber note, the show quickly launched into its normal routine. Twelve contenders remain in the contest, the judges’ save is still active and the theme for the night was one of Idol’s old standbys: songs from the year in which you were born. Idol really needs to hire somebody with some new ideas. And so far, the promise that the season would bring viewers original songs hasn’t really come to fruition.

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Glee: Original Songs and Bittersweet Regionals

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Glee had a lot of stuff (and songs) to squeeze into the “Original Song” episode, and as such viewers were treated to the first-ever cold opening in show history. Rather than wasting time on the usual recap, the show threw Gleeks right into a Warblers number (Maroon 5’s “Misery”).

Sweet.

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American Idol 10: Top 13 Perform

After a lengthy introduction in which the American Idol judges, host and Top 13 contestants were paraded around on the stage, Tuesday’s performance episode started.

The theme was “Your Personal Idol,” and each chose songs from an artist who means something to them.

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American Idol 10: Tour the Idol Mega-Mansion

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It’s good to be on television's number one show. Just ask the 13 would-be singers who have recently moved into an extravagant Hollywood mansion. Renting the palatial home for a single month costs a cool $100,000... but don't worry, American Idol can afford it.

Follow the jump to view more photos of the contestants' stunning digs...

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Glee: Let’s Sing About Sex

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Not all of our spoilers panned out (TV producers are tricky, tricky animals), but all our expectations were met on Tuesday’s “Sexy” Glee episode. The episode highlighted the tricky world of romantic and sexual relationships, a topic that sorely needed to be addressed.

In the past, the show has portrayed teen sex as a matter of course, presenting the only consequence to be an unwanted pregnancy that tidily disappears in less than a year. Not this time. With the help of Gwyneth Paltrow, the students at William McKinley began to get a sexual education… erm, set to music.

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American Idol 10: Spoiling the Top 13 Songs

American Idol 10 Top 13

That’s right -- we know who’s singing what on American Idol next week (and, in which order). Keep reading to get the full spoiler list…

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