Hottest Articles on from 3/2/2014 - 3/9/2014

Below are's most popular articles from 3/2/2014 - 3/9/2014. Catch up below on anything that you might have missed from the past week!

1) Hottest Articles on from 3/2/2014 - 3/9/2014 VIDEO: Idina Menzel Performs FROZEN's 'Let It Go' at the Oscars
by Movies News Desk - March 02, 2014

Tony winner Idina Menzel sang the Best Original Song winner 'Let It Go' from this year's Best Animated Film FROZEN at the Academy Awards. Disney's newest movie musical, which has earned more than $1 billion worldwide, in addition to Menzel, features Broadway vets Kristen Bell, John Gad, and Santino Fontana. The beloved songs were written by the youngest EGOT winner Robert Lopez and his wife Kristen Anderson-Lopez. (more...)

2) Hottest Articles on from 3/2/2014 - 3/9/2014 Gone Viral: John Travolta Introduces 'Adela Dazeem' at Oscars; Twitter Explodes
by Matt Tamanini - March 02, 2014

Despite being a movie musical icon for roles in GREASE, SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER, and HAIRSPRAY, John Travolta had a little trouble introducing Tony winner Idina Menzel for her performance of the Best Original Song 'Let It Go' from FROZEN. Little did he know that 'Adela Dazeem' would be on Twitter just moments after his slip. (more...)

3) Hottest Articles on from 3/2/2014 - 3/9/2014 InDepth InterView: Lea Michele Confirms FUNNY GIRL Revival! Plus, Talks New Solo Album LOUDER, GLEE S5, LEGENDS OF OZ: DOROTHY'S RETURN, WICKED & More
by Pat Cerasaro - March 04, 2014

Today we are particularly thrilled to present a wide-ranging conversation with one of the most attention-grabbing and notable Broadway/Hollywood crossover stars of the new millennium all about her theatre past, GLEE present and potentially spectacular future - the charismatic and committed Lea Michele. Sparing some precious moments while promoting her new solo album release, LOUDER, Michele comments on not only her studio work and the current season of her FOX hit musical dramedy series but also sheds some light on much more, including sharing first news of the new stage revival of FUNNY GIRL currently in planning stages following the rights being purchased by GLEE creator and mastermind Ryan Murphy, set to mirror the Season Five storyline of GLEE itself as it presents the spectacular theatrics, unforgettable songs and backstage backstabbing involved with the FUNNY GIRL revival starring Rachel Berry (aka Michele). Additionally, Michele analyzes some of her favorite tracks on LOUDER and offers a glimpse into the creative process in creating some of the album's standout tracks such as 'Cue The Rain' and 'The Bells'. Plus, Michele opens up about her role alongside fellow Broadway heavyweights Megan Hilty and Bernadette Peters in the hotly anticipated new animated movie musical LEGENDS OF OZ: DOROTHY'S RETURN and clues us in on what we can expect from the multimedia extravaganza. Furthermore, Michele previews some upcoming GLEE showstoppers-to-be including two songs penned by Stephen Sondheim - 'No One Is Alone' from INTO THE WOODS and 'Not While I'm Around' from SWEENEY TODD - as well as the re-teaming with SPRING AWAKENING star Skylar Astin, while also offering the 411 on the show's big new move to a primary NYC focus. All of that, thoughts on GLEE co-star Idina Menzel's FROZEN performance on this week's Academy Awards telecast, opinions on a new LES MISERABLES revival, a look ahead to her upcoming autobiography BRUNETTE AMBITION and much, much more! (more...)

4) Hottest Articles on from 3/2/2014 - 3/9/2014 VIDEO: Jim Parsons Channels Peter Pan on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE
by TV News Desk - March 02, 2014

Last night's SNL offered a new take on the musical adaptation of the J. M. Barrie classic, featuring host Jim Parsons as the boy who wouldn't grow up. (more...)

5) Hottest Articles on from 3/2/2014 - 3/9/2014 VIDEO: Pink Pays Tribute to WIZARD OF OZ, Judy Garland at Oscars
by Movies News Desk - March 02, 2014

In honor of the 75th Anniversary of the groundbreaking musical movie THE WIZARD OF OZ, the Academy Awards paid tribute to the film, and its star Judy Garland. On hand were Garland's three children Tony and Oscar winner Liza Minnelli, and Broadway veterans Lorna and Joey Luft. Grammy Award-winning singer Pink performed the movie's classic song 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow.' (more...)

6) Hottest Articles on from 3/2/2014 - 3/9/2014 First Look At Demi Lovato & Adam Lambert On This Week's GLEE
by Pat Cerasaro - March 02, 2014

AMERICAN IDOL standout Adam Lambert and THE X FACTOR former judge Demi Lovato return to FOX's hit musical dramedy series GLEE this week in their extended guest starring character arcs and a first look at the actors in action alongside show lead Chris Colfer is now available to view. (more...)

7) Hottest Articles on from 3/2/2014 - 3/9/2014 VIDEO: Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez Win Oscar for FROZEN's 'Let It Go'
by Movies News Desk - March 02, 2014

When Tony winner Robert Lopez and his wife Kristen Anderson-Lopez won this year's Oscar for Best Original Song for 'Let It Go' from FROZEN, Lopez became the 12th member of the exclusive EGOT club. (more...)

8) Hottest Articles on from 3/2/2014 - 3/9/2014 Broadway Actress and Star of THE HONEYMOONERS Shelia MacRae Passes Away at 92
by BWW News Desk - March 08, 2014

According to published reports, Sheila MacRae, film, TV and Broadway actress known for her portrayal of 'Alice Kramden' on the TV series THE HONEYMOONERS, passed away Thursday, March 6, 2014. She was 92. (more...)

9) Hottest Articles on from 3/2/2014 - 3/9/2014 VIDEO: Hanks, Streep & More Spoof Viral YouTube Videos on KIMMEL AFTER THE OSCARS
by TV News Desk - March 03, 2014

Kimmel's all-star fake film trailers aired on last night's show, which were inspired by viral YouTube videos. (more...)

10) Hottest Articles on from 3/2/2014 - 3/9/2014 SOUND OFF: GLEE Goes Three Ways
by Pat Cerasaro - March 05, 2014

Gloria! GLEE is nearing graduation season, complete with senior flings, faculty faux pas and Fat Tuesday-befitting festivities on the NYC side of the show, as well. Last night's ep gave us some major '80s gems, '90s lite rockers, '00 anthems and even an obscure '60s tune, too, showing the dependable diversity of not only the music but the general themes of the one and only hit musical dramedy series in history. Heart to The Supremes to Simple Minds, Wilson Phillips and Destiny's Child - it was a delight. (more...)