Only a few days ago, we got word that the “Glee” cast will be shaken up a bit next season with the seniors “graduating”.Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Now, we get word that for one cast member, they won’t even be able to have that long.
According to Deadline, Chord Overstreet, who joined the show as Sam on season 2, will not be returning as a regular this fall.Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â His contract, which is still in place through the next season, will reportedly allow for guest appearances.
The 22-year-old actor tweeted on Friday,
“Well its been a good yr too bad its over, time for summer and starting fresh.”
At the same time, breakout guest star Darren Criss, who plays Kurt’s boyfriend, Blaine, will be upgraded in the show’s credits for season 3, and Harry Shum, Jr., who plays Tina’s love interest, will also become a regular.
LISTEN: Tina Turner And Kygo Collaborate On A Fun Remix Of ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It’
You must understand how this remixed up jam makes my pulse react.
Did you wake up today thinking “man, what does love really have to do with it?” Then you’re in luck because after 36 years from its original debut, Tina Turner’s mega hit song “What’s Love Got To Do With It” has been remixed and released by the Norwegian DJ and producer Kygo. And let me tell you, I may not know what love has go to do with it but I do know this remix is fire!
You might remember Kygo from his previous remix of Whitney Houston’s “Higher Love” and just like he did with that bop, he turned Turner’s classic into a surefire dance floor hit. In a statement about the exciting collaboration the 28-year old said “I couldn’t be more excited to collaborate with Tina Turner, who is an icon that I grew up listening to. ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It’ is one of my all-time favorite songs so to have a chance to rework it has been a very special moment in my career. I love working around timeless vocals and although it’s challenging to preserve elements of the original track and adding my own touch, I’m extremely happy with how it turned out!”
The updated song is also accompanied by a new music video directed by Sarah Bahbah and starring Laura Harrier and Charles Michael Davis. The sexy duo portray a pair of star crossed lovers who have all the makings of a perfect couple but just can’t seem to dig down deep enough to make the relationship last. And while the subject matter might be heartbreaking, the video is beautiful and pairs perfectly with Turner’s iconic voice.
Check out the music video below!
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Pentatonix’s Cover Of Billie Eilish’s ‘When The Party’s Over’ Will Give You Chills
We could all use a bit more harmony these days…a 5-part harmony that is.
Billie Eilish is known to have a bit of a darker tone to her music but this cover of “When The Party’s Over” by Pentatonix will absolutely send chills down your spine.
The a capella quintet is known for their amazing covers and unique arrangements and this one is no different. Collaborating from a distance, Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi, Kirstin Maldonado, Kevin Olusola, and Matt Sallee perform the somber tune with an individual closeup in front of a simple white background before being edited together to create perfect harmonies. The Eilish song is already a fan favorite with the original music video being viewed over 500,000,000 times and I’m sure this cover will rack up the views as well.
The track is featured on the a capella group’s latest EP, At Home, which was release back in June. Check out the music video for “When The Party’s Over” below!
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Lin-Manuel Miranda Just Shared The Original Demo For ‘Moana’ Hit Song And It Features A Big ‘Hamilton’ Star!
Another gem from the wonderful world of Miranda.
If there are two things musical lovers are forever grateful for it’s Disney and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Disney scooped up Miranda to write songs for the 2016 hit film Moana which told the story of a young princess chosen by the ocean to reunite an ancient relic with a powerful goddess. Unsurprisingly, the film’s standout song “How Far I’ll Go” won the Oscar for “Best Original Song” because everything Miranda touches turns to gold. What’s even more exciting than the award winning content Miranda creates, however, is the glimpses into the creative process he often shares with fans. After Hamilton became a smash hit, Miranda shared countless original demos and compositions of songs from the musical just to show fans the growth of his creativity. Well, moments ago Miranda took to Twitter to once again give us a peek into his process but this time it’s for the hit Disney film.
Found it. Thank you for giving permission to repost, @Phillipasoo! I love you, and I'm sorry this demo was so HIGH. You can sing ANYTHING. Recorded in the basement of @PublicTheaterNY, in our dressing room: https://t.co/zma3sJSAXq https://t.co/vgWDmepeWM
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) May 21, 2020
While Hamilton was still in it’s pre-Broadway run, Miranda was writing songs for Disney. He enlisted the help of his costar Phillipa Soo, the original Eliza Schuyler, to record the demo for “How Far I’ll Go” from their dressing room at the Public Theater. Finally after all these years, Miranda has decided to share the demo with us and it’s enough to make any theater geek freak out! In his tweet he apologizes for making the demo so “high” but applauds Soo because she “can sing ANYTHING.” And by the sound of this demo she really can!
Check out some Disney magic…or Miranda magic…or both(?) by listening to the original demo below!