Move over "Singing in the Rain!" You too, "Umbrella!"
Gwyneth Paltrow and Matthew Morrison take it to a whole new level for the Oscar winner's return to Glee.
Mr. Morrison gave me the spit-swapping scoop at last night at Clive Davis' Pre-Grammy gala. Here's what he had to say...
"We just wrapped with Gwyneth on Friday," he said.
Yes, they do makeout!
How was it?
"I'll keep that to myself," Morrison smiled. "Seriously, she's become such a good buddy of mine. It's kind of weird now because I'm making out with my buddy!
"I have the biggest place in my heart for this woman," he continued. "Wait till you see it!"
So what will we be seeing?
Morrison beamed, "We did a duet of 'Kiss' by Prince--as a tango!"
Morrison performed "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" at last night's annual affair, which took place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. (FYI: Mark Salling was there but no word on why he wasn't on stage, too. The two performed the song together on Glee.)
Jennifer Hudson brought the house down with Aretha Franklin's "Natural Woman." Whitney Houston made a rare appearance, singing a tribute to her cousin Dionne Warwick. The two ended the night with a tear-inducing (at least on my part) of "That's What Friends Are For."
Cee Lo sang the cuss-filled version of 'F--k You,' telling everyone at the end of the set, "F--k all of you!" R. Kelly started off a medly of his hits with the National Anthem.
Cher got the biggest laugh of the night when she presented David Geffen with this year's Icon Award. "I actually have no idea what this f--king award is," she cracked. "Whatever it is, I'm sure he deserves it."
Also there last night were Miley Cyrus, Adam Lambert, Leona Lewis, Mary J. Blige, (my absolute favorite music man) Ryan Tedder, Mumford &Sons, Monica, Brandy, Jane Fonda, Katy Perry (her body is beyond smokin'!), Usher, Gayle King and Jordin Sparks. Nick Jonas, who I didn't see chatting with his ex Ms. Miley, told me his upcoming guest spot on Matthew Perry's new series, Mr. Sunshine, is it for acting for him for right now because wants to give his full attention to making music.
I'll have more from the night later on, so make sure to keep coming back right here for all the scoop.