Monday, August 19, 2013

NEWS: Demi Lovato Joins GLEE; Chris Fountain Fired From CORONATION STREET

Demi Lovato Poised to Join GLEE for Major Arc as Rachel's [SPOILER ALERT]
Lovato will play Dani, a NYC-based struggling artist friend of Rachel and Santana’s. She will also interact frequently with Adam Lambert’s incoming character, and the pair will have several musical numbers together.

Lovato’s deal calls for her to appear in at least six episodes, beginning with the second part of the show’s Beatles’ tribute, airing Oct. 3.

CORONATION STREET star Chris Fountain fired from the show over his vile online rap videos
The 25 year old actor was suspended from the show last week after the video came to light and he met producers today to discuss his actions.

ITV said on Monday night that his contract has now been terminated, stating to the Daily Mirror: "Chris Fountain's contract with ITV has been terminated as a result of the unacceptable comments he made in a number of online clips."

Sarah Clarke To Star In AMC Network Pilot LINE OF SIGHT
The show tells the story of Lewis Bernt, a National Transportation Safety Board investigator who survives a mysterious plane crash, bringing him on an emotionally disorienting quest to discover the accident’s cause. Clarke will play Lewis’ wife Dot, an emotionally complicated woman trying to save her marriage and the life with her husband.

Lucas Grabeel on Toby's Past, Present and Future on SWITCHED AT BIRTH
[SPOILER ALERT] "There’s the whole religious thing, issues with the music, with me going to college or not going to college, and all the things she’s been going through personally with her dad that will keep you guessing until the very end of the episode whether it’s going to happen or not."

BREAKING BAD viewers call 911 over cable power outage in Southern Connecticut
After Cablevision customers in parts of Southern Connecticut endured the outage, the Fairfield Police Department received a flurry of calls on the 911 line meant for emergencies of the more serious kind.

"We are receiving numerous 911 calls regarding the [Cablevision] outage,” a representative wrote on the department's Facebook page in a post flagged by The Associated Press but later taken down. “This is neither an emergency or a police related concern. Please direct your inquiries to Cablevision.”

The rep also warned that "misuse of the 911 system may result in arrest."

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