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'Glee' Announces European Tour, 'Real Housewives' in Texas Rumors and More

by Chris Harnick, posted Nov 19th 2010 12:20PM
GleeIn its ongoing quest to take over the world, 'Glee' is embarking on a summer 2011 international tour.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the cast of 'Glee' will hit Manchester, England on June 22 and then play London and Dublin through July. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Nov. 26, but American Express cardholders can get tickets starting Nov. 22.

"We had such a great time putting together last year's shows and the response from the fans was incredible," said 'Glee' creator Ryan Murphy. "People around the world want to see our cast live and in person, so this European tour is our way of thanking them for the unbelievable way they've embraced our little show."

American fans should stay tuned, Murphy said news will follow.

In other TV news ...

Is a Texan version of 'Real Housewives' in the works? The producers behind 'Real Housewives of New York City' have sent out scouting emails looking for women to take place in the pilot of 'Texas Rancher Wives.' Yes, it's not branded with 'Real Housewives' right now, but it could be the working title to throw off potential participants who may change their acts. [Culture Map]
Rob Riggle and Robert Smigel are teaming up for a new comedy project. Riggle has been tapped to star in the CBS comedy about a man who winds up working for the nerd he bullied in high school. Smigel is writing. [Deadline Hollywood]

Weezer is hitting on some 'Hard Times.' The band has filmed a cameo for MTV's 'Hard Times of RJ Berger.' Look for Weezer during the second season to air over the summer. [Hollywood Reporter]





Get ready for more reality TV from Syfy. The network has picked up 'Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files' for a second season, 'Ghost Hunters' for a third and 12 more episodes of 'Hollywood Treasure.' [Variety]

Taylor Swift and Beyonce are going head-to-head on Thanksgiving. NBC will air 'Taylor Swift: Speak Now' on Thanksgiving night while ABC will continue its annual tradition of a Beyonce concert special. The Swift special will feature the singer performing songs from her new album in random places. [Hollywood Reporter]

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Please, no more BIMBO shows. Who the devil cares about seeing idiotic women who have not the common sense of a flea? Or BIMBO bad girls. God, they all need to be thrown in jail with real "bad girls". I know this is hype, but, it is irritating as hell.

November 22 2010 at 1:39 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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