Finn’s death has been a focal point of the entire ‘Glee’ season so far, as it should have been, and now in this week’s episode, Rachel discovered the most beautiful and personal way to keep Finn’s memory alive.
When Rachel Berry (Lea Michele) lost the love of her life, Finn Hudson (Cory Monteith), and returned to McKinley High to put him to rest, the episode honestly and powerfully reflected her deep grief and the grief of the entire Glee cast.
It was the most heartbreaking episode of ‘Glee’ yet, with the cast members grieving over the loss of Cory — but Lea’s brief, yet striking appearance, didn’t leave a dry eye anywhere.
The third season of ‘Glee’ premieres tonight! So which couple gets your vote: Finchel? Klaine? Wemma? Brittana?
We asked you which TV couples you were most excited to see again this fall, and one thing became very clear — you guys can’t get enough of the romances at McKinley High. And fortunately for you, the third season of Glee premieres at 8 p.m. tonight on FOX! So which Gleek pair are you anticipating most: Finn (Cory Monteith) and Rachel (Lea Michele), Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss), Will (Matthew Morrison) and Emma (Jayma Mays), or Brittany (Heather Morris) and Santana (Naya Rivera)?
Are you excited for season 3, or are you boycotting in the hopes that Chord will suddenly change his mind?
The season premiere of Glee is less than a month away, and FOX has given us our first look at the sure-to-be hot new year at McKinley High. While we’re glad to see Rachel (Lea Michele), Finn (Cory Monteith) and the rest of our favorite gleeks up to their old tricks, we still feel there’s one very important glee club member missing from this promo: Chord Overstreet as Sam!
Great news for fans of the original trio! They’ll be hanging around long after graduation.
Remember a few weeks ago when Glee creator Ryan Murphy told The Hollywood Reporter that Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer wouldn’t be returning for the show’s fourth season? Well, co-creator Brad Falchuk sang a very different tune at Comic-Con this weekend, telling fans that just “because they’re graduating, [that] doesn’t mean they’re leaving the show.”
Glee just finished its second music-packed season by losing at Nationals in New York. The third season, which will be airing this fall is going to be full of surprises that many people will be shocked to see.
This season marks change in Glee Club…the cast is getting old, which can only mean one thing, they must graduate! Creator Ryan Murphy spoke about the future of Glee and what will happen next.
The May 17 episode of ‘Glee’ had some amazing performances — and made us even more anxious for the Nationals in NYC next week!
Will Schuester initially suggested entering the National Glee competition in NYC with one group number and one duet, but of course there was some disagreement about who the featured singers would be.
As the musical quarterback of William McKinley High, Cory Monteith sings and dances up a storm on Glee — but his life before the show wasn’t nearly as exciting!
Before landing his major role as Finn Hudson, 28-year-old Cory Monteith says he had to do a string of odd jobs in order to make enough money to support himself — one of which was a people-greeter at Wal-Mart.
G&R guitarist Slash tells us that he’d love to see the band’s songs appear on Fox’s smash hit show, but lead singer Axl Rose won’t let it happen!
Who wouldn’t love a Guns & Roses-themed episode of Glee? We’d die to see Finn Hudson (Cory Monteith) take Rachel Barry (Lea Michele) to “Paradise City” and for Noah “Puck” Puckerman (Mark Salling) to trade in his Mohawk for a mullet. But sadly, BFFs, a G&R episode of Glee probably won’t happen. (Insert frown face here).
“I’d be shocked if it ever came to be, because Axl might not be down with it,” the 44-year-old rocker told HollywoodLife.com at Charlotte Ronson’s ‘I Love Ronson’/JC Penney party in LA May 4.
We know what guys say about the toilet being their throne and all, but don’t you think your big award should be kept somewhere a little – well – cleaner, Cory?
Glee star Cory Monteith was clearly excited about winning his Screen Actors Guild Award on Jan. 23. The 27-year-old star was SO excited, in fact, that he decided to show off his trophy in a place of honor: by the toilet.
Cory, who plays jock Finn Hudson on Fox’s high school sing-a-long show, posted a photo of his prize on Twitter Jan. 23 from the bathroom of the Shrine Auditorium