Saturday, September 7, 2013

SPOILER ALERT! Adam Lambert's role on GLEE leeked

Demi Lovalatio, a disgruntled fluffer on the set of GLEE, contacted Biggest Leeker’s office and disclosed the details of Adam Lambert’s role on the popular show, now filming its sixth season.

Lovalatio was busy trying to get Lambert, the openly gay runner-up from American Idol’s eighth season, ready for his opening scene and became angry when Lambert declared that he didn’t need her help to prepare.  Lovalatio was promised a small singing part with Lambert if he enjoyed working with her.  Lovalatio is a huge fan of Lambert and said she was more excited for this opportunity than she was to work with a big purple dinosaur. 

Lovalatio contacted Biggest Leeker’s office shortly after being escorted off the GLEE set in New York City.

Lovalatio revealed that because of Lambert’s creativity, the producers of GLEE came up with the concept of Lambert’s character, Shane Sheldon, to own a food truck, but allowed Lambert to decide on its design and what food(s) it would sell.  The food truck parks near the apartment shared by Rachel, Santana and Kurt. And like many Broadway wannabes in New York City, Shane needs several sources income to make ends meet.  So when the food truck closes after the lunch rush, Shane gives singing lessons in the rear of the truck.  Lambert, never missing an opportunity to be a little naughty, decided to sell sausages.  Lambert said that he enjoys the look, feel and smell of the sausage varieties. The truck business, “Shane Sheldon’s Sausages” sells keilbasi sandwiches, hot dogs and Italian hot sausages that are all guaranteed to be at least nine inches long.  Originally he planned to have a juice truck, but New Yorker’s don’t have the same love for liquid kale as Californians, so he thought it wouldn’t be believable.

Lovalatio continues to spill more details of Lambert’s opening scene.  Kurt visits Shane’s food truck the first day it arrives and sees that the menu includes singing lessons.  Noticing that his sausage was only six inches, Kurt asks for a singing lesson instead of the usual “gurarantee”. During the session Kurt and Shane come up with a perfect jingle for Shane’s business.  The catchy jingle will be available on MyToons and the single will be released for charity.  Lambert chose the charity “Vegan Vagabonds” as they provide meat to children of vegans and vegetarians who chose to escape the meatless lifestyle unfairly imposed on them.  Some New Yorkers are upset that a large percentage of the funds will end up in California instead of staying in New York.  In a related story, students back at McKinley High organize a sit-in-sing-a-thon to protest the school’s policy of banning food trucks from school property.

Lovalatio says she isn’t taking her dismissal sitting down and is in discussions with another network to create a reality show where she gives voice lessons out of a food truck.

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