Jonah Hill is making the media rounds to promote 'Moneyball,' and the hilarious actor recently called out 'Glee' star Matthew Morrison on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.' Hill was explaining how he went to the FOX upfronts for the fall TV season, since he is working on a show and is a TV newbie and says Morrison "bullied" him.
From 'Glee' star to music star to movie star? It's the only natural progression for Matthew Morrison, who is slated to star alongside Cameron Diaz in the upcoming pregnancy comedy, 'What to Expect When You're Expecting.'
Rumor has it that Gwyneth Paltrow has called off her plans to hit the road with Matthew Morrison due to dating rumors. The actress/singer, who has been with her Coldplay husband for seven years, was allegedly asked to open some shows, but when she declined, Morrison had to cancel a few dates.
Matthew Morrison recently expressed how thrilled he was to land a duet with Sting for his debut album, 'Matthew Morrison' (due out Tuesday), and now the pair's version of Sting's 'Let Your Soul Be Your Pilot' has surfaced online.
Anticipation is growing fast for the debut of Matthew Morrison's solo album, which hits stores on May 10. To keep the buzz going Morrison has announced the final celebrity duet which will appear on the new records -- Sting!
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