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TJ Kelly: I LIVE for GLEE

TJ Kelly: I LIVE for GLEE

Sooo I know I am a day late and a dollar short…however…I just saw the finale of GLEE and am left speechless. This show is truly breathtaking. I also know a lot of people feel the way I do about this show, but it makes me soo overjoyed I can’t hide my love. The plot lines, the music, the characters…

The season finale of GLEE was a work of artistic genius.  I couldn’t love the show any more.



Screenshot from my Microsoft BING ad, running in the backs of NYC cabs through July (I think)!

CollegeHumor wrote, shot & produced this 30 second spot, which features me walking down a New York street talking about one of my favorite NYC spots – Buttercup Bake Shop – BING’ing it, and then not being able to get in (line was too long … awkward!)

They pulled about ten NYC personalities to do these spots, which will run all summer.

German TV!

* In 2/3 of households, TVs are on during meals * In 75% of households, TVs are on when no one is watching them. * More than 70% of kids have TVs in their bedrooms

* In 2/3 of households, TVs are on during meals

* In 75% of households, TVs are on when no one is watching them.

* More than 70% of kids have TVs in their bedrooms

The Amazing Media Habits of 8-18 Year Olds (via rickyv)

I would substitute the adjective “horrifying” for “amazing” in that title, but … you know, I’m fairly biased here. I say this as someone who doesn’t have cable in my apartment – someone who only occasionally watches three-four “tv” shows (Gossip Girl, 30 Rock, Glee and Cougar Town), and [read more...]



What do you notice about this?

iCarly got 11 million viewers.  Eleven. Million. Viewers.

And if you look at the rest of the list, you’ll see the show appears THREE OTHER TIMES on the Most Viewed cable shows of the week.  iCarly has been called the American Idol of cable, but I don’t think that’s why it’s noteworthy.  It’s the subject matter – a show about a girl who produces a videoblog with her best friends – which stands out as one of the only narratives on television which portrays accurately the way youth really interact with [read more...]



With my friend, CNET’s Caroline McCarthy at MSNBC last Saturday morning.



On the set with Ashleigh … sitting in the middle of all the ladies was Newsweek general editor Ramin Setoodeh, who was BRILLIANT on camera and completely schooled me in terms of Oscar knowledge.  Wow.