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On Nov. 6, “Glee” is releasing a “Glease” album, with songs from the Nov. 15 “Grease”-themed episode. See the full track list below:

1. Hopelessly Devoted To You
2. Born To Hand Jive
3. Greased Lightning
4. Look At Me I’m Sandra Dee
5. Beauty School Drop Out
6. Look At Me I’m Sandra Dee (Reprise)
7. There Are Worse Things I Can Do
8. You’re The One That I Want
9. Summer Lovin

Who do you want to sing your favorite “Grease” song?

He also talks about Matt Bomer on “Glee,” Kurt and Blaine’s future, StarKid’s new tour, singing with Kermit and oh so much more!

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Throwback time…

Remember our Darren Criss cover? We were working on it this time last year!

Calling all Gleeks: We’re asking the Glee’s Grant Gustin (who plays new Warbler Sebastian Smythe) YOUR questions tomorrow. Just reply or reblog with your question.

You can also submit questions via Twitter @Billboard by using the hashtag #BBGrant in your tweets.

I think it’s an important character. It’s showing a dude who happens to be gay and comfortable with it, which we haven’t really seen on the show. Darren’s character is a gay guy, and you can see that, and I don’t think you can see it as much with Sebastian. I think it’s also important because it’s introducing a love triangle for Blaine and Kurt. It’s going to show these two aren’t together because they’re the only two gay characters. We don’t really know yet if I’m going to split them up yet, but this is ending their honeymoon phase and making them more like the rest of the couples on the show. I think it’s important to show, because it’s not like there’s couples and gay couples. Introducing some similar drama that everyone has seen before.

Grant Gustin, Glee’s new “villain” Sebastian, on where his character fits into the show.

Also in our Q&A: big-ups to Darren Criss and an explanation for why Grant tweeted his phone number.


Grant Gustin is SUPER NICE. I know he’s the new bad guy on Glee but I couldn’t help but be charmed (and happy to be one of his very first interviews). Releasing the Q&A in two parts at Billboard, so here’s taste one

“(Sebastian) is someone you wouldn’t necessarily know is gay unless you asked him, but he’d be the first person to tell you. He’s very confident and comfortable with who he is and what he wants. Darren (Criss) was that new confident strong gay character, and Sebastian is taking that a step further. He’s a guys-guy, just a dude who happens to be gay. He’s a lacrosse player, he’s popular. He’s after Blaine, obviously, and he’s also trying to take the place that Blaine had as the leader of the Warblers.” - Grant Gustin

Click for more teaser quotes at Billboard! And then more on Monday. 

The new Warbler is here! The new Warbler is here! “Glee” gets a bad guy, and we’ve got the exclusive first look.