Glee addressed the issues of underage drinking and sexual confusion on last night's episode.

It also answered the classic question: how would a drunken cast of singing group members handle a cover of a Ke$ha song in a school-wide assembly celebrating alcohol awareness?

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We underestimated the power of the Biebs.He's clearly a mini God. - Puck to Mike, on the Glee episode "Comeback"

Dressing up four of its characters in a hooded sweatshirt and parting their hair over their eyes, Glee created The Justin Bieber Experience last night, a tribute group that covered this young icon's most beloved singles.

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Attention, Gleeks: the cast of this Fox smash might be coming to an arena near you.

Stars Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Amber Riley, Chris Colfer, Kevin McHale, Jenna Ushkowitz, Mark Salling, Dianna Agron, Naya Rivera, Heather Morris, Harry Shum, Jr., Chord Overstreet and Darren Criss will be touring North America this summer.

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Following weeks of speculations, unnamed source reporting and various Glee spoilers, we can finally confirm: yes, this Fox hit will cover a couple Justin Bieber songs.

But, no, the 16-year old sensation won't appear on the episode in question.

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Sorry, Lea Michele. We're know you're in a fierce fashion battle with Kim Kardashian, but your co-stars don't have time to cast any votes in your direction.

That's because Chris Colfer, Cory Monteith and Chad Overstreet are busy taking on each other in the latest edition of a THG Face-Off, as these Glee cast members all walked the red carpet at last night's SAG Awards.

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Things have turned personal between Ryan Murphy and Kings of Leon.

First, the Glee creator lashed out at the band for rejecting his show's request to use its songs for an episode. Murphy cursed the group off, which prompted a quizzical response from its lead singer, asking why Murphy was so angry.

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It's safe to say Glee won't be airing a Kings of Leon tribute episode any time soon.

In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, series creator Ryan Murphy holds little back when asked about the band refusing to allow the show to use their songs. He says:

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