I am for it [Tina and Artie reconnecting]! I haven’t heard anything about it, but I love working with Kevin. We’re really close and he’s just the best…we always sort of nudge Ryan and the writers to reunite Tina and Artie.
Choosing Glee release party, 5/14
Reunited and it feels so gooood! #foxupfronts2013 @jennaushkowitz @darrencriss
[Jenna Ushkowitz’s] Top 10 Favorite Glee Moments (in no particular order)
- Singing my first solo on the show, “True Colors”
- Vampire Tina
- Stepping out onto the Radio City stage for the first time, and selling out five shows there (OMG!)
- Singing for the First Lady and President Obama on the White House lawn
- Watching Amber sing the National Anthem on the White House lawn
- Sharing my first on-screen kiss with Kevin McHale
- Oprah (‘nuf said)
- Doing “Don’t Stop Believin’” seventy-five times and counting to get it right during the pilot
- Watching the show on Fox for the very first time at Lea Michele’s house and seeing “Don’t Stop” go to #1 on the charts immediately after
- Shooting a Superbowl commercial, going to the Superbowl and working on a Superbowl episode!
5 minutes to glee: READ A GREAT BOOK
It doesn’t matter what you read — Harry Potter or War and Peace — as long as you find it uplifting and relevant to you. Reading is a great way to explore areas outside your comfort zone. It lets you consider different ideas and opinions and challenge your beliefs. I like to read young adult books like John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars and Looking for Alaska. Yes, I’m guilty of reading the Fifty Shades trilogy in a week (for guilty fun!), but I also love Lauren Oliver’s novel Delirium and other books that make me feel as well as think. I like to read on my Kindle at work in my trailer or at home on a quiet night. Lea and I are always with our Kindles; Kevin, Heather, Matt, Becca, and Melissa are more traditional with a book in hand on set. I like to see what everyone is reading and we swap suggestions — kind of like an unspoken book club.