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Chord Overstreet's song for Cory Monteith: Hear it here

Jane Lynch praised his talent, his effervescence, and his huge heart on The Tonight Show. Dianna Agron wrote poignantly about his generosity and said that his friends “will always carry a piece of [him] with us.” Matthew Morrison dedicated a song to him during his cabaret act, Up Close and Personal with Matthew MorrisonAnd now another voice from the Gleeosphere has released a moving tribute to the fallen Cory Monteith — and naturally, he’s chosen to do so in song.

Over the weekend, Glee star Chord Overstreet performed at The Roxy in Los Angeles. Among the songs he performed was this plaintive, unnamed original ballad — which Overstreet introduced by mentioning the recent loss of a dear friend, then saying, “This is for you, Cory.”


Chord Overstreet hops onto Brad Pitt parody bandwagon, spoofs Chanel commercial -- VIDEO

Again with the famous people dressing as other famous people for Halloween! Avril Lavigne’s ex did it; Emma Roberts did it; and now we’ve learned that Chord Overstreet, a.k.a. Glee‘s Sam “Trouty Mouth” Evans, did it too. He hit a Halloween party this weekend dressed as Brad Pitt in those unintentionally hilarious Chanel No. 5 ads — and even made a video parody of the commercials for good measure.

Worth noting: Roberts and Overstreet used to date. Pitt and Aunt Julia also starred together in 2001’s The Mexican. We’re not sure how Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger fit in, but this must have something to do with the full moon.

Check out a full color photo of Overstreet’s over-the-top Brad getup at People, and watch a teaser for his black-and-white Pitt parody below. No wonder his Glee character prides himself on his impressions; he’s pretty good at imitating Pitt’s drawl.


Who is Taylor Swift 'Never Ever Getting Back Together' with? (THEORIES!)

As day turns into night, so Taylor Swift turns a broken relationship into a new hit pop song. Indeed, at this point, it could be argued that Taylor Swift specifically dates people just so she can seek inspiration from breaking up with them — or perhaps Swift’s romances occur in a quantum state, such that she is simultaneously in love with her paramour and already writing the first draft of their break-up song. In any case, this week Swift released the sternly-worded “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” a charming little ditty about an on-again/off-again relationship that is ultimately off-again-forever. The Internet is already buzzing with rumors about the identity of the subject of “Never Ever.” We analyzed the most likely candidates, and using science, we came up with the odds that the song was actually about them. READ FULL STORY

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