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Listen to Lea Michele Sing ‘Let It Go’ on Glee

The cover will be available on iTunes on Tuesday, and the final season of Glee premieres Friday, Jan. 9, 2015 at 8 p.m. ET on FOX.

Glee is getting Frozen.

Lea Michele will belt out the now-classic Disney tune “Let It Go” on the season 6 premiere of the FOX musical dramedy – and PEOPLE has an exclusive first listen to the former Broadway star‘s rendition of the Oscar-winning ballad (which was sung in the film by her Glee mom, Idina Menzel).

After taking a detour to New York the past two seasons, the final season of Glee picks up a few years after last season and finds many of the show’s original glee club members back in Lima, Ohio.

Not much else has been revealed about the final season, but if this version of “Let It Go” is any indication, fans can expect a plethora of crowd-pleasing hits.

Michele’s cover of “Let It Go” will be available on iTunes on Tuesday, and the final season of Glee premieres Friday Jan. 9 at 8 p.m. ET on FOX.

This article originally appeared on People.com

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Rachel and Kurt Return to McKinley in Glee Final Season Teaser

For Glee‘s sixth and final season, Rachel and Kurt are returning to McKinley High to reinstate the Glee Club. And from the looks of the trailer, that involves butting heads with Ms. Sylvester, running into The Dalton Academy Warblers and, of course, singing “Let It Go.”

But where’s Idina Menzel?

Glee‘s sixth season kicks off with a two-hour premiere on Friday, Jan. 9 on Fox.

This article originally appeared on EW.com

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Emma Roberts and Jamie Lee Curtis Reportedly Cast in Ryan Murphy’s Scream Queens

'Emma Roberts at the American Horror Story: Freak Show' red carpet premiere in Los Angeles.
'Emma Roberts at the American Horror Story: Freak Show' red carpet premiere in Los Angeles. Splash News/Corbis

Scream Queens will take place at a college campus where a number of murders take place

Ryan Murphy has found his scream queens.

The creator of Glee and American Horror Story is prepping what he calls a “whole new genre” of “comedy-horror” with a new anthology that has cast two stars so far.

Emma Roberts and Jamie Lee Curtis–who got her big break with a lot of shrieking in the 1978 scary staple Halloween–will star in Scream Queens, which premieres next fall on Fox, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Murphy had previously said that the production was conducting a nationwide search for “two female leads … as well as 10 other supporting roles.”

It’s not yet known which characters they will play, but the first season will take place at a college campus that’s become the site of several murders. Like American Horror Story — which Roberts has appeared on — later seasons of the show will feature entirely new plots.

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New Ryan Murphy Anthology Scream Queens Coming to Fox

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“We hope to create a whole new genre — comedy-horror"

Ryan Murphy really loves his anthologies.

Fox has announced a straight-to-series order for Scream Queens, a new anthology series with hour-long episodes from Murphy and his Glee and American Horror Story co-creator Brad Falchuk, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The 15-episode series will premiere next fall and focus on a college campus that becomes the site of several murders.

“We hope to create a whole new genre — comedy-horror — and the idea is for every season to revolve around two female leads,” Murphy said in a statement. “We’ve already begun a nationwide search for those women, as well as 10 other supporting roles.”

It’s the second new anthology series from Murphy coming to television soon. Earlier this month, FX, the home of American Horror Story, announced American Crime Story, which will devote its first 10-episode season to the O.J. Simpson trial.

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See Neil Patrick Harris’ Best Roles

The actor chronicles his journey from squeaky-clean teen to murder suspect in his book, Choose Your Own Autobiography

Neil Patrick Harris’ memoir, Choose Your Own Autobiography, promises to trace the actor’s long career — from a nerdy 14-year-old prodigy doctor in Doogie Howser to a metaphorical ladykiller on How I Met Your Mother to a potential actual ladykiller in Gone Girl. Here’s a look at NPH’s many roles as his book hits shelves on Oct. 14.

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Lea Michele Will ‘Let It Go’ on Glee’s Final Season

The cold never bothered Glee anyway.

Lea Michele will sing “Let It Go,” the hit song from Disney’s Frozen, during the final season of the Fox program, Entertainment Weekly confirms after the actress hinted at the performance on Twitter Friday night.

It’s a fitting choice considering Idina Menzel, the song’s original singer, played the mother of Michele’s character on the show.

The performance will also be the second time in the next few months that a piece of the hit animated movie will come to television. Once Upon a Time, which airs on the Disney-owned ABC, will feature a Frozen storyline starring Georgina Haig as Elsa in its upcoming fourth season — though producers warn not to expect any musical numbers.

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After Pregnancy Tweet, Lea Michele’s Publicist Says Her Twitter Account Hacked

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Lea Michele on Friday became the second Glee star to have her Twitter account hacked in as many days.

“Before this gets out to the media, I would like to announce to my fans that I am pregnant #BabyBoy,” read a message posted on her Twitter account. But Michele was hacked, the 27-year-old’s publicist confirmed to TIME. The publicist, however, did not touch upon the pregnancy question.

Michele’s tweet was met with skepticism by many after another Glee star, Chris Colfer, appeared on Thursday to tweet that he had been fired from the popular FOX show. But the show’s producers also said that Colfer was a hacking victim.

“We’ve been alerted that Chris Colfer’s Twitter account has been hacked,” read a statement to TIME from 20th Century Fox Television. “Rumors of his dismissal from Glee could not be further from the truth. We love Chris and look forward to working with him again this season.”

 

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Fox Says Glee Star Chris Colfer Wasn’t Fired

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"Rumors of his dismissal from Glee could not be further from the truth."

Fox denied Glee star Chris Colfer was leaving the show just minutes after a tweet from his verified Twitter account said he was “let go” from the cast, saying the actor was a hacking victim.

In a statement to TIME, 20th Century Fox Television said: “We’ve been alerted that Chris Colfer’s Twitter account has been hacked. Rumors of his dismissal from Glee could not be further from the truth. We love Chris and look forward to working with him again this season.”

Colfer’s manager separately told The Hollywood Reporter that Colfer’s account had been hacked and that the actor was on a mid-Atlantic flight without access to Internet.

The initial tweet set off an Internet firestorm–it was shared more than 6,000 times within an hour after it was tweeted–and prompted media outlets to report he was leaving.

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The tweet came ahead of what Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy has said will be the show’s sixth and final season and nearly a year after another show star, Cory Monteith, died.

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Big Sean and Naya Rivera End Engagement

The rapper and Glee actress won't be heading to the altar any time soon

Cancel the wedding bells for rapper Big Sean and Glee star Naya Rivera.

The pair started dating last year and got engaged last fall. But Big Sean announced the cancelation of their nuptials with a rep’s statement saying, “After careful thought and much consideration, Sean has made the difficult decision to call the wedding off.”

The statement went on to say that rumors of Big Sean’s infidelity are untrue and that the couple will continue to try and work through their issues.

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Listen to Gwyneth Paltrow Cover Pharrell’s “Happy” for Glee

GLEE:  Holly (guest star Gwyneth Paltrow, C) performs "Singing in the Rain" and "Umbrella" with New Directions in "The Substitute" episode of GLEE airing Tuesday, Nov. 16 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2010 Fox Broadcasting Co. CR: Adam Rose/FOX
Gwyneth Paltrow performs on Glee Adam Rose/FOX

Pharrell's Oscar-nominated hit gets Gleeked out by the high priestess of goop

Brace yourselves, Glee fans: Leading lady Gwyneth Paltrow returns to Glee Tuesday, Mar. 18 for the show’s landmark 100th episode.

Paltrow will reprise her role as substitute teacher Holly Holliday, for which she earned an Emmy in 2011. In this new episode, titled — wait for it! — “100,” Paltrow will sing a cover of the ubiquitous global chart-topper “Happy” by Pharrell.

Entertainment Weekly got an exclusive first listen to Paltrow’s rendition. Hear it below.

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