And before we begin... Glee isn't one of them, either. We get it - it's practically a stage show already; it's a fun show with great performance numbers. So what's the problem? Without the TV cast playing their roles, the show would fall flat. And let's face it - while some (Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison, Darren Criss, Jonathan Groff) could easily reprise their roles on stage, others (Cory Monteith, Dianna Agron) wouldn't be too hot without the auto-tuning machine they've come to love so much. Plus, Glee plot lines are always hit or miss (usually miss), and musicals without great plots leave audiences wanting more and posting negative reviews on their blogs... Just ask Spiderman.
Sex and the City
Gossip GirlCruel Intentions musical, Gossip Girl has enough sex, scandal, heartbreak, lies, frenemies, and backstabbing to fill two and a half hours on stage. And Leighton Meester can play Blair, obviously.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
The Simple Life
Pretty Little Liars
Focusing only on plot lines from the first two seasons, songs could include "Cabs are hea'," "G.T.L," "Rock the Pouf." However, the real showstopper will obviously be Snooki's ballad, "Talkin' Bout A Guido."
I want a man with a tan
And a little bit of muscle,
And by 'little bit,' I mean a lot.
A guy who is fly
And will put up with my hustle,
And it won't hurt if he's hot.
I'm talkin' bout a guido,
Juice head or gorilla -
Come and party my way,
But take it easy, Killa'.
Cause I like it rough,
But don't punch me in the face
Cause I learned from my mistakes,
And now I carry mace.
I'm talkin bout a guidooooooooooooo.
(And yes, we wrote that ourselves... MTV, feel free to contact us to make this musical a reality.)