Five Things To Do Until Glee Returns





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Hey, guys — I'm Jager Weatherby from Wetpaint Entertainment and I'm here to help you cope with Glee's summer hiatus.

So, what are we Gleeks supposed to do until Season 3 returns in the fall? Simple: Follow our list of the top 5 ways to fill the emptiness of a life without Glee.

The number five way to avoid Glee withdrawal is to watch all the summer movies starring your favorite Glee cast members. If you haven't already seen Rio, you definitely should! Jane Lynch voices the character of Alice the Goose in the animated Brazilian adventure flick. In July, take a trip to Monaco in the romantic comedy Monte Carlo, starring Cory Monteith alongside Selena Gomez and Gossip Girl star Leighton Meester. And If that's not enough, The Smurfs comes out later that month, starring Jayma Mays, as well as Season 1 guest star Neil Patrick Harris.

Speaking of Neil Partick Harris, that brings us to number four — watching the 2011 Tony Awards, which air in June with NPH as host. It's the perfect way to find out about all the great new Broadway showtunes that Glee might cover in Season 3! We really hope they do a song from Book of Mormon, if only to keep with their tradition of making conservatives across the country squirm.

The third thing you can do this summer is learn how to make all of the Glee characters' favorite foods, which you can serve during the viewing parties you'll be sure to host next season. Start with the easy ones — waffles in honor of Puck, or tater tots for Ms. "Hell to the No" Mercedes. Then work your way up to some of Kurt's more challenging faves, like foie gras or shirred eggs. Just hold off on the "special" cupcakes Puck sold at the bake sale in Season 1, okay?

At number 2, stave off boredom with karaoke and belt out all your Glee faves. And who cares if you're a little off-key — that's never stopped Finn. Just sayin...

And our top choice for passing the time until the show comes back in the fall? Watching The Glee Project, Oxygen's new reality competition series pitting 12 contestants against one another for the grand prize of a seven-episode stint on Glee! That's right — one of those lucky bastards gets to become besties with the cast. What — us, jealous?

Don't forget: When you're not working on one of these tasks, head on over to http://www.Wetpaint.com/Glee for all the latest news, gossip, and spoilers on your favorite show. See ya lata.


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