Album: Mamma Mia (Glee Cast Version) - Single
Artist: Glee Cast
Just to address a few comments I’ve been getting about that last gifset:
As previously noted, Naya Rivera is the best part of Glee this season, even if she hasn’t been in every episode. Santana spent a lot of time offscreen at the University of Louisville, returning to Lima every once in a while to do something sad, like break up with Brittany or star in McKinley’s production of Grease. Fortunately, she’s still the queen of bitch-slappery. And she’s also gotten to bust out more Tina Turner, improve Alicia Keys’s “Girl on Fire,” and — finally — move to New York. Vulture rang up Rivera, who is currently working on a solo album, to talk about the backlash from fans still unhappy about the Brittana split, and what it’s been like behind the scenes of Glee’s revamped fourth season. Plus: her thoughts on Finn’s unfortunate new wardrobe and cuckoo Quinn.
rachb-berry-nyc asked: Will you be updating your song list?
Eventually, yup. I usually update it every couple weeks - it’s just too much of a hassle to do it more often than that. If you need to know something right away, you can always check out the Wikipedia page for season 4, which is usually accurate.
Buh-bye Rachel 2.0? Murphy was tight-lipped about Rachel’s (Lea Michele) baby bombshell at the end of the last episode, but said the shocking news will serve as a wake-up call of sorts. “For me, I was really interested in that idea of the single girl in New York trying to figure it out and I wanted something that would jolt her, good or bad, back to her core,” Murphy said. “She and Santana have a really big story about that where Santana is like, ‘What the hell happened to you?’ which I think happens to a lot of people right out of high school. They waver from their dream a little bit and Santana’s job is to sort of get her back on the right track.
Whedonverse Women is a new blog that I’m helping to run! We celebrate female characters written by Joss Whedon, including those from:
- The Avengers
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer
- Firefly and Serenity
Check it out - or, if you haven’t seen any of those, start watching! The four TV shows are all available on Netflix and they’re all fantastic (Buffy is my favourite).