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Hmmm.  What to tell?  I’m sort of funny. I’m a pop culture junkie.  I love the 8% of programming that comprises good TV, but I can’t stand the remaining crap. Oh, and I love posting Glee status updates.

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  1. December 7, 2009 3:33 pm

    Hello,

    Hope all is well! This Thursday, December 10th, Dunkin’ Donuts is bringing holiday Glee to NYC in Herald Square. Glee star Jayma Mays will publicly perform “Let it Snow” the morning after the season finale airs, so I thought you might be interested in posting about this for all the Glee fans out there!

    We would love for you and your readers to join us at the event and would be happy to send photos if you are unable to make it. Please see the below media alert with event details and let me know if you have any questions!

    Best,
    Jill

    Dunkin’ Donuts Brings Holiday Glee to New York City on December 10:
    Celebrity Performance and Unveiling of Giant Surprise Gift at Herald Square

    Public performance by FOX Television’s Glee star Jayma Mays

    Dunkin’ Donuts to donate $10,000 to Volunteers of America-Greater New York

    WHAT: “New York Runs on Dunkin'” Holiday Event

    Unveiling of Giant Gift to New Yorkers: What’s in that giant gift box that has been sitting in Herald Square?? Dunkin’ Donuts challenges New Yorkers to “think inside the box” and guess what lies within the 12′ x 12′ wrapped gift box that will be on display from December 9th until the unveiling on the 10th. HINT: Santa Claus himself and the Dunkin’ holiday elves will be distributing gifts to everyone at the event and throughout the day!

    Holiday Performance from FOX Television’s Glee star Jayma Mays: Glee star Jayma Mays, who portrays teacher Emma Pillsbury on the hit TV show, will kickoff the event with a special performance of the holiday classic “Let it Snow.”

    $10,000 Donation to Volunteers of America of Greater New York: Dunkin’ Donuts Community Foundation will present $10,000 to Volunteers of America of Greater New York, whose “Toy Joy” drive provides toys to the 15,000 children living in New York City’s homeless shelter system and the thousands of children living in foster care and with critically ill parents.

    Free’ Dunkin’ Donuts Holiday Treats: Peppermint Mocha Lattes & Hot Chocolate, as well as a special-one time only “Dunkin’ Loves NY” donut.

    WHERE: Herald Square, NYC (near 34th St. and 6th Ave.)

    WHEN: Thursday, December 10th, 8 am to 6 pm

    10:00-10:30 Ceremony performance and official unveiling
    10:30-11 Dunkin’ Donuts CEO Nigel Travis, Jayma Mays available for interview

    VISUALS AND INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITIES:

    Pink and orange wrapped 12′ x 12′ gift box in center of Herald Square representing a surprise holiday gift to New Yorkers

    Celebrity performance from Glee star Jayma Mays

    Interview opportunities with actress Jayma Mays

    Santa and his sleigh with toys for Volunteers of America-Greater New York

    Interview with Nigel Travis, CEO of Dunkin’ Brands Inc.

    Interview with Richard Motta, CEO of Volunteers of America-Greater New York

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  2. April 12, 2010 2:54 pm

    GLEE” ROCKS MADONNA IN NEWLY-DESIGNED ISSUE OF TV GUIDE MAGAZINE

    — Hits Newsstands Thursday, April 15 —

    In this week’s issue of the redesigned TV GUIDE MAGAZINE, now organized by days of the week to help readers select what’s worth watching, the cast of GLEE talks Madonna and gets into the groove for their episode airing April 20 on FOX:

    — On her early memories of Madonna, Lea Michele remembers attending Madonna’s Drowned World Tour three times and styling her hair like Miss Ciccone when attending Bat Mitzvahs.

    — Matthew Morrison recalls: “I wasn’t a big fan of Madonna; never got into it.” “As a heterosexual guy, she didn’t have much impact on my life.”

    — Chris Colfer: “I was not allowed to listen to Madonna when I was younger.” “My mother and grandmother had all the CDs but didn’t want me to hear about sex.”

    — Mark Salling grew up in a strict Christian home in the South: “Madonna was considered the she-devil.”

    — Jane Lynch recalls: “sitting at a bar all drunk on Long Island ice teas watching her ‘Material Girl’ video and thinking, ‘How Ballsy.’ ”

    Full story and artwork available on request. Please contact Rebecca Stein at Rstein@goodmanmedia.com

    **PLEASE CREDIT TV GUIDE MAGAZINE AND LINK TO http://WWW.TVGUIDEMAGAZINE.COM **

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