We made it! Cap off your week with these stories.
- Zooey Deschanel and Loretta Lynn sing “Coal Miner’s Daughter” at the Grand Ole Opry after they announce their Broadway musical plans.
- Gawker’s sources say Robin Roberts was afraid her interview with Obama in which he historically gave support for same-sex marriage would out her as a lesbian.
- Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy will host an Obama fundraiser dinner before the LGBT gala to raise additional campaign money. It costs $25,000 per person to attend, but don’t worry, there’s a group discount of $40,000 per couple.
- NBC renews Community and 30 Rock for 13 episodes each.
- When Amber Riley tweeted she was “going to miss the whole Glee family,” she didn’t mean to imply that she was leaving the show, she was just talking about going on summer break, though she probably knew she was going to start somethin’.
- Rachel McAdams is set to star in About Time, the latest charmingly British romantic comedy from Richard Curtis.
- The stars tweet their feelings about Bristol Palin’s anti-gay-marriage stance.
- Will Ferrell premiered the full trailer for his comedy The Campaign, in which he faces off against formidable opponent Zach Galifianakis (in his longtime brother/alter-ego Seth Galifianakis’s mode), on Late Night With Jimmy Fallonlast night. Here it is (warning: a baby is punched):