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Glee: Spoilers, Straight from the Cast

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Glee cast at PaleyFest 2011

Gleeks who attended Tuesday night’s PaleyFest panel were treated to a live showing of the “Original Song” episode and a sit-down session with the cast and writers. If you weren’t among them, you didn't hear some interesting behind-the-scenes tidbits and more than one awesome spoiler.

But, don’t worry -- because we’re here to fill you in on what you missed. Keep reading to find out who’s going to be coming to William McKinley, which guest stars are going to be returning and what original song will soon be crooned for your listening pleasure…

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Glee Spoilers: Flashbacks and Hook-Ups

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We’re getting closer and closer to the return of Glee, which will come back with a bang. Amber Riley, who plays Mercedes, promises that the episode will be “really big.” We’ve got info on the music, the guest stars and the casting that’s going on behind the scenes. Keep reading to get the spoilers …

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Glee Racks Up Emmy Nominations

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The fans, producers and cast of should be singing with joy today.

The most talked-about new show of the year has landed a staggering , including Best Comedy Series, Best Actor (Matthew Morrison), Best Actress (Lea Michele), Best Supporting Actress (Jane Lynch) and Best Supporting Actor (Chris Colfer).

Neil Patrick Harris also got a nod for his guest spot in the “Dream On” episode, while Kristin Chenoweth received a nomination for her guest spot in the “Rhodes Not Taken” episode. Other nods fall in the casting, writing and art direction categories.

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American Idol 9: Orlando Auditions

Orlando was the host city, so started Wednesday’s audition episode with footage of an actual rocket launch. How many careers will the show launch - or even end - this year? That knowledge is many months away, so for now let’s just focus on a bunch of bad singers…and, a few great ones.

Ten thousand turned up to sing for the judges in Florida, but the men of Idol (Ryan Seacrest, Simon Cowell, Randy Jackson) were more than two hundred miles away in Miami. Meanwhile, Kara DioGuardi and guest judge Kristen Chenoweth arrived in the sunny audition city.

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The 61st Primetime Emmy Awards

61st Annual Emmy Awards

Could the be another year for firsts?

Around this same time last September, the execs of basic cable were thrilled to see one of their own finally win the Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series (Mad Men). Meanwhile, producers of reality fare saw an award given to one of their hosts (Jeff Probst). So which other category could be covered during this round? Animation.

For the first time since 1961 (when The Flintstones were still on air), an animated program has been nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series. So will Family Guy finally go where The Simpsons has never gone before? Not if the six other contenders have anything to say about it!

So who won? Who lost? Which funnyman took home the award for Outstanding Supporting Actor since Jeremy Piven wasn’t even nominated? Read our West Coast play-by-play account of this evening’s telecast and find out!

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Molly Shannon in Upcoming ‘Pushing Daisies’

Molly Shannon How great is ... really? While I’ve read plenty of conflicting reviews of the new series, it’s grabbed my attention and I can’t get enough. First off, it’s visually stunning, second the storyline is fun… and last, the cast. Wow. and (Ned and Chuck) are absolutely adorable. And is just as cute as a button—beyond belief cute. So, where was I? Oh yes, the equally adorable and cute will be joining the show in a guest role beginning later this month or in early December. I think Shannon will be a great addition, given her comedy chops. She’ll appear for three episodes, playing Dilly Balsam, a rival of Ned’s who coincidentally opens her sweets shop across the street from the Pie Hole (incidentally, the best pie shop name ever). Mike White, who wrote and directed Year of the Dog (which Shannon starred in), will also join Daisies, playing Dilly’s brother Billy. Really, how cute is that? You can also catch Molly Shannon in an upcoming movie, More of Me. The addition of Ms. Sally O’Malley… er,... Molly Shannon, is just one more great reason to catch Pushing Daisies.

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