The Glee Club, or Gleeks, or Gleebasers or whatever they’re calling themselves these days, had a big haul this weekend when the show’s Mark Salling hit up Tao Beach on Oct. 2 to kick off his solo album, Pipe Dreams, along with co-star Chord Overstreet.
They moved the party downstairs to Tao that night where they were joined by Rumer Willis. Of course she’s a fan of musical shows—she grew up listening to her dad’s tunes on some of the most famous episodes of Moonlighting. Wait, she also grew up listening to her dad’s solo album. Kind of surprising she’d ever go anywhere they played music ever again, after a traumatic upbringing like that.
Salling and Overstreet were back at Tao Beach on Sunday, but they should have stuck around for the nightcap to pick up some pointers. Stevie Wonder came in to Tao just before midnight with a crew of eight for dinner, and Wonder and company freestyled to the music at the club.