‘Glee’ Wants Your Photos, NPH Hosts Broadway, ‘Survivor’ Goes 19th Century, And More

Show ‘Glee’ Your Star: Fox’s new comedy, ‘Glee,’ wants you to show your gold star. Submit a photo or video to the show’s ‘Show Us Your Gold Star Potential’ contest for a chance to win a trip to Teen Choice 2009 show and afterparty, as well as a GLEE gift bag. The contest ends June 5. Submit your materials to http://photobucket.com/glee.

‘Survivor,’ 1870’s Style: Mark Burnett – the man behind ‘Survivor’ – is involved in the History Channel’s ‘Expedition Africa.’ The show will follow four explorers as they embark to retrace the steps of one of the biggest expeditions ever to be undertaken – Journalist Henry Morton Stanley’s 1871 search to find British explorer Dr. David Livingstone. The contestants include a journalist, a survivalist, a reporter and a wildlife expert, and they can only use the tools used by the old time explorers. The show premieres this Sunday on the History Channel.

Tori & Dean: The new season of ‘Tori & Dean’ premieres Tuesday, June 2 on Oxygen. The season kicks off when Tori takes her jealousy to a whole new level – when Dean’s motorcycle partner turns out to be a babe. Catch a preview here.

‘NPH’ Goes Broadway: ‘How I Met Your Mother’s’ Neil Patrick Harris will host the 63rd annual Tony Awards, featuring performances from musicals like ‘Billy Elliot,’ ‘Guys and Dolls,’ ‘Shrek the Musical,’ ‘West Side Story,’ ‘Legally Blonde,’ and ‘Mamma Mia,’ among many others. Guest stars include Kristin Chenoweth, Edie Falco, Will Ferrell, Carrie Fisher, Nicole Kidman, Anne Hathaway, and more. The show airs June 7 on CBS.

Can You Country? Naomi Judd and musician Big Kenny will judge CMT’s ‘Can You Duet,’ following various duos as they fight for the gold – in the form of a country record contract. The show is produced by ‘American Idol’ mastermind Freemantle Media and is hosted by Lance Smith.

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