"Glee" co-stars Kate Hudson and Lea Michele tried their best to not out shine each other at the show's premiere in L.A. on Wednesday.
Question is ...
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Then comes the shot at "Glee" ... as Palin continues, "Sometimes dads should lead their family in the right ways of thinking. In this case, it would’ve been nice if the President would’ve been an actual leader and helped shape their thoughts instead of merely reflecting what many teenagers think after one too many episodes of Glee."
"Glee" is bad for America ... so says Bristol Palin ... who just took a shot at the show during an anti-gay marriage blog entry aimed at Barack Obama.
Palin makes it clear -- she believes Obama is a weak, pathetic, stupid man for allowing his daughters to influence his opinion on gay marriage.
In her blog entry, Palin writes, "While it’s great to listen to your kids’ ideas, there’s also a time when dads simply need to be dads. In this case, it would’ve been helpful for him to explain to Malia and Sasha that while her friends parents are no doubt lovely people, that’s not a reason to change thousands of years of thinking about marriage."
The 21-year-old unwed mother continues, "As great as her friends may be – we know that in general kids do better growing up in a mother/father home. Ideally, fathers help shape their kids’ worldview."
"I guess we can be glad that Malia and Sasha aren’t younger, or perhaps today’s press conference might have been about appointing Dora the Explorer as Attorney General because of her success in stopping Swiper the Fox."
Here's Kim Kardashian's step-dad Bruce Jenner at The George Lopez Celebrity Golf Classic in Toluca Lake on Monday (left) -- and Coach Beiste aka Dot-Marie Jones from "Glee" (right).
Both are wearing gorgeous earrings.
We're just sayin'.
The "Glee" chicks are getting way too much dough to sing other people's hits songs ... 'cause 3 of 'em bought sweet new pads in the last MONTH alone!
Naya Rivera -- aka the hispanic one -- is now in the Hills of Beverly after scooping up a 3300 sq. ft. home listed at $1.575 million. 4-bedrooms, 3.5-baths, indoor sauna AND a pool! Baller.
Co-star Jenna Ushkowitz -- aka the asian one -- went condo style ... purchasing a 1-bedroom in Hollywood. Listing price was a more frugal $630k, but here's the kicker -- $1178 monthly for HOA dues. Dayuum, Jenna!
And as TMZ first reported, Lea Michele -- aka the diva one -- is setting up shop in an oddly unpretentious little $1.4 million L.A. area home.
So, we gotta ask ...
Lindsay Lohan was late this morning for her guest appearance on "Glee" ... following a night out on the town. Coincidence?
Dot Marie Jones -- who plays Coach Beiste on the show -- tweeted, "Gonna be a long day!! Some ppl show up late and just throw a wrench in things. Not cool! I'd rather be an hour early (I was) than 5 minutes late!"
Dot didn't say who was late, but we've confirmed the person MIA was LiLo.
Now here's the good news for Lindsay ... Sources connected with the production tell TMZ, Lindsay shot her big scenes the other day, and director Eric Stoltz has been saying she was "very professional." We're told she nailed her lines and was very polite to cast and crew.
Lindsay is back on set today just for reaction shots when the kids sing on the show. We're told her tardiness did not hold up production.
Mashing up your favorite songs really does pay ... 'cause "Glee" star Lea Michele just bought a new house in the L.A. area for $1.4 million. Don't stop believing!
Michele picked up the 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom house earlier this month. It features a solar-heated salt-water pool, a master suite with French doors and a custom bath with steam shower and tumbled Carrara marble (whatever that is).
The place also has a ton of closet space ... you know ... to fit the vast majority of "Glee" fans.
Months before skyrocketing to fame on the cast of "Glee," Mark Salling was a tree-hugging bird-loving acoustic-guitar-playing hippie-dippie park squatter -- and we got the footage to prove it!
You see, Mark -- an outspoken bird advocate -- is a member of the Echo Park Ornithology Club in Los Angeles.
And three years ago, right before Mark struck it big on "Glee" -- he expressed his pride in the animal organization by whipping out his guitar at a park meeting ... and jamming out an EPOC theme song he wrote.
You probably wouldn't guess from the lyrics -- but the song's called "Echo Park Ornithology Club."
It's not that bad either ... in fact, it's painfully catchy. You've been warned.
"Glee" star Cory Monteith threw a loud birthday party for one of his friends last night -- so loud, in fact, that neighbors called the cops to have it shut down ... TMZ has learned.
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ cops were called to Monteith's Hollywood Hills home at 4:30 AM because neighbors were complaining about the noise level.
We're told cops spoke to Monteith and his roommate, who were both extremely nice to the officers.
In the end, we're told Corey agreed to shut off the music and end the party -- which was also attended by other cast members from "Glee" -- but not before cops gave Corey's roommate a ticket for the loud music.
No word on if any of the music in question were mash-ups of popular 90s songs.
It seems ironic ... but the brutal photo of "Glee" star Heather Morris sporting a fake black eye will be auctioned off soon ... and all of the proceeds will go towards a domestic violence charity ... TMZ has learned.
The photo ignited a major controversy when it was released on the Internet a few days ago -- with some critics saying it glamorizes violence against women.
But Tyler Shields, the photog behind the shot, tells us that was NOT the intention -- and he's sorry it came off that way.
Shields says ... to make up for the controversy, he'll be auctioning off the photo, starting at $100k, and will donate every single cent he makes to a top domestic violence charity.
The man who claims he was critical in developing "Glee" is suing co-creator Ian Brennan, claiming Brennan betrayed him by refusing to honor an agreement they made.
Michael Novick, a producer on "Glee," claims his former good friend Ian Brennan developed a concept for "Glee" as a screenplay for a movie -- about a high school glee club. Novick and Brennan agreed to work as a team to sell the project.
Novick worked out at a gym in West Hollywood, the same place where Ryan Murphy worked out. Novick talked to Murphy -- a successful show runner -- about the project at the gym, and Murphy loved it, saying it would make an even better TV show.
According to the suit, Murphy pitched the show to Fox, but the negotiations hit a snag. Novick wanted to drive a hard bargain, but Brennan convinced him to back off and accept a lower fee and credit.
According to the lawsuit, Brennan promised Novick -- in exchange for accepting the lesser credit and money -- he would give Novick 15% of any back-end compensation Brennan would receive.
Of course, since there's a lawsuit, that didn't work out too well.
Novick is suing for unspecified damages.
"Glee" actress Jane Lynch innocently admitted her favorite "Idol" was super hot Pia Toscano ... thereby launching some not-so-innocent thoughts and movie flashbacks. You're welcome.
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