America's Best Dance Crew is in its sixth season, and we are still blown away with the talent that works the stage in every episode. But when we got a sneak peek at a group performing on tonight's episode, we just had to share it with you guys.
Not only is it the youngest dance crew to ever be on ABDC, but there's a real "Situation" going on with the boys. You'll see what we mean once you check out the exclusive clip of the group's performance to Ke$ha's "Your Love Is My Drug." Plus, updates on The Vampire Diaries, 30 Rock and much more:
The Vampire Diaries: He's old. He's evil. He's pissed. He's here! Take a look at present day Klaus at TVLine.com. Cool photo, but...what happened to Alaric? Oh, the anticipation is too much!
Glee: We reported on Ryan Murphy's desire to cover Rebecca Black's "Friday" last month, and now it seems we have our singers. Vulture is reporting that "Friday" will be sung by Artie (Kevin McHale), Sam (Chord Overstreet), and Puck (Mark Salling). There's also a little rumor that Jonathan Groff will be included, but we hope his heavenly pipes would not be wasted on this number. If you've never heard of "Friday" or Rebecca Black, we beg you, do not YouTube it. Just say no.
One Tree Hill: Another time jump is coming up for the Tree Hill crew, and this one takes place in the finale. Austin Nichols tells TVGuide.com: "There is a really cool device in the finale...where we're jumping through months." Maybe they'll jump ahead to where the CW announces a season nine? Keep the hope alive, OTH fans!
Breaking In: EW.com reports that boxing legend Mike Tyson will guest star as himself on the season finale of the Fox comedy Breaking In. Tyson will be a client of Contra Security, in an ep where a case of cyberbullying leads Oz (Christian Slater) and the team to go undercover at a high school. By the way, you are watching this show, right? It's one of our new favorites.