As Glee prepares to return from a month-long hiatus following the show’s farewell episode to Cory Monteith in October, moods are brightening up again when it comes to Fox’s musical hit. Music faves Adam Lambert and Demi Lovato are on board this season, and the show is already delivering crowdpleasing tunes like Lady Gaga’s “Applause” and Katy Perry’s “Roar” (both of which appear in tomorrow’s episode).
As the new principal of McKinley High, Jane Lynch’s now-iconic queen of mean Sue Sylvester has finally taken control—and she’s loving life on top. Lynch stopped by EW to chat about what’s coming down the pipeline for Sue and whether the former Cheerios coach will ever find her way to New York.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What’s in store for Sue this season?
JANE LYNCH: Sue’s the principal now, so she’s for the Glee club when it suits her principal needs in making the school look better, and then if that’s not the case, then she’s going after them. She kind of randomly just goes after the Glee club. But she really does seem to be taking her job as principal seriously.
Dream Foundation, the first and largest national wish-granting organization for adults and their families battling life-threatening illness, will be honoring, Barry Manilow and CKE Restaurants Holdings, Inc. and its CEO, Andy Puzder at the 12th Annual Celebration of Dreams Gala.
While aspects of the program will remain a surprise, guests and supporters will enjoy a silent auction, cocktail reception, live auction and rub elbows with some of Hollywood’s biggest stars including Barry Manilow, Olivia Newton-John, Richie Sambora, Priscilla Presley, Jane Lynch, Darren Criss, Alan Thicke & Tanya Callau, Nigel Lythgoe, Sean Jones and Teal Wicks.