A baby, a Tony Award win, a world tour — the series finale of ‘Glee’ was all about happy endings. We honestly couldn’t have asked for a better, more fitting, conclusion to the show that made being a loser seem cool.
It was super hard saying goodbye to Glee on March 20, especially knowing that Cory Monteith‘s unexpected death changed Ryan Murphy‘s original plan for the series finale. But after watching the episode, we can honestly say that we’re satisfied with the way things ended for Rachel (Lea Michele) and the rest of McKinley High’s graduates.
The first half of the two-hour series finale of ‘Glee’ took us back to 2009, when it all began. Not only did we see where the New Directions were before they hit the auditorium stage, but we also saw some familiar faces we have missed so much.
We started off from the moment when Mr. Schuester (Matt Morrison) came home to tell his wife — yes, Terri (Jessalyn Gilsi) returned — that he took over the Glee club. And from there, we headed right back to where it all started, and well, it was everything.
It’s through way too many tears that I’m forcing myself to say goodbye to ‘Glee’ on March 20, but still have to remember all the amazing performances over six seasons – namely these 50.
From the original “Don’t Stop Believin'” and the many incredible sectionals performances to the emotional moment Puck named his daughter with “Beth,” Glee has delivered over 700 incredible performances. So here’s 50 to get you through this weekend, while you’re going through withdrawal.
With ‘Glee’ coming to a close, everyone is looking to the future for our favorite Glee clubbers– even the actors who play them!
Glee is wrapping for good on Mar. 20, and we may never know for sure where Rachel (Lea Michele) and co. will go the rest of their lives. However, that isn’t stopping Chord Overstreet from guessing! Chord revealed to us EXCLUSIVELY some of his hopes for Sam’s future and they are, uh, pretty interesting!
Rachel Berry and Jesse St. James may just be endgame after all. HollywoodLife.com caught up with Lea Michele at PaleyFest in LA, and she revealed just why Rachel and Jesse are so perfect together.
It’s almost the end for Glee, but last week’s episode brought back a familiar face that we have a serious hate-love relationship with — Jesse St. James (Jonathan Groff)! And yes, he kissed Rachel (Lea Michele) after sectionals. So, are they meant to be? And what is it about him that really wins her heart over?
Ring the alarm — this is not a drill! Rachel Berry will be pregnant in the series finale of ‘Glee,’ as evidenced by a set of new photos that leaked online. So who’s the daddy? Find out here!
Rachel (Lea Michele) may have kissed Jesse St. James (Jonathan Groff) on the penultimate episode of Glee, but the series finale — where Rachel appears to be very pregnant — jumps ahead to the year 2020, so anyone could be the father. Is it Jesse? Sam (Chord Overstreet)? Or possibly Rachel’s college boyfriend Brody Weston (Dean Geyer)? Find out after the jump — if you don’t mind being spoiled!
Best news ever! The PaleyFest panel for ‘Glee’ is taking place on Mar. 13 in Los Angeles– but you can watch the entire thing no matter where you are!
Are you ready to say farewell to Glee? Basically the entire cast is assembling– for what may be one of the very last times!– for the 2015 PaleyFest. Lea Michele, Darren Criss, Chris Colfer and others will all be on hand to discuss the series they’ve worked on for the last six years, and what fans can expect to see in the final episodes. The panel kicks off at 10:55pm ET/ 7:55pm PT is sure to be a can’t-miss for Gleeks everywhere, but not to worry because we’ve got the live stream for you right here!
With ‘Glee’ wrapping up in just a few weeks, we wanted to give you the chance to figure out which of the ladies you are most like! Take our quiz to find out if you’re funny like Brittany, serious like Quinn, or somewhere in between!
Let me break it down for you: the stars of Glee are the ladies, of course and you have to know which star you are! With Rachel (Lea Michele)’s determined yet helpful attitude, to Santana (Naya Rivera)’s strong and confident ways, you probably match up with one of the ladies much more than you think. So find out here!
So touching. The cast of ‘Glee’ has revealed that, while they were filming the final moments of the series, they could feel the presence of Cory Monteith there with them.
Cory Monteith will certainly live on. Glee recently completed shooting its sixth and final season, and the cast is still coming to terms with the fact that the show is done for good. Lea Michele, Darren Criss and others from the musical series recently dropped by Ellen to discuss what it was like on set, and they even talked about the ways that they could feel Cory during those final days.
Our hearts just stopped. On the new episode of ‘Glee,’ Jesse St. James has returned — and he and Rachel are singing a love song! Listen to it right now (whenever you start breathing again)!
Glee must be trying to kill us before it goes off the air. On the Mar. 13 episode, Rachel (Lea Michele) and Jesse St. James (Jonathan Groff) are together again (!!!) and they are totally serenading one another! Yup, the former lovers take on the heart wrenching “Listen to Your Heart”– we know, dead– and you can hear it before the episode even airs!
Sue Sylvester’s empire comes crashing down on the March 6 episode of ‘Glee’ after the Superintendent discovers her ‘hurt locker.’ Plus, Rachel gets offered a second chance at both NYADA and a career on Broadway!
After everything Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) has ever done to the students at McKinley High, we never thought Becky Jackson (Lauren Potter) would be the one to defeat her. On the March 6 episode of Glee, Becky throws Sue under the bus by exposing her “hurt locker” to the world.
Brace yourself, Gleeks. The series finale is right around the corner, and trust me — you don’t want to miss a flash back five years see Kurt and Rachel making a pack. . . and then a flash forward to 2020 where, let me just tell you, Blaine and Kurt are still together!
The Glee club will sing its last song on March 20, but before you pull out your tissues, click through our gallery to see a bunch of looks at the two-hour series finale, which will flash back to 2009, and then flash forward to 2020. So, what’s Rachel (Lea Michele) doing these days? Will we see Puck (Mark Salling)’s mohawk return? And most importantly, where is Jesse St. James (Jonathan Groff)? Well, let’s see what questions these pics will answer.
Literally all of the feels. A ton of members of the ‘Glee’ cast recently gathered for a good cause– and they sang a classic that will probably have you ugly sobbing.
“Don’t Stop Believin'” will always be Glee‘s signature song, and even though the series just wrapped filming, that doesn’t mean it’s the last we’ll hear it. Case in point: the Family Equality Council awards on Feb. 28, which saw some of our favorite Gleeks together again. Lea Michele, Darren Criss and others were all on hand to lift us up with that Journey classic, but who sang Finn’s (Cory Monteith) part?
Thanks to Sue, the Glee club and gang was sent to perform at the superintendent’s son’s Bah Mitzvah — and well, naturally it was once again Sue V. Will.
It’s a definite possibility that Sue (Jane Lynch) hit her breaking point on this week’s Glee! Of course, she did it right before a super hot performance by Rachel, Sam, and yes even Coach Beiste!
The ‘Glee’ family (with maybe the exception of one) are huge Ariana Grande fans! On the Feb. 27 episode, Rachel Berry takes on ‘Break Free,’ and you can hear it here.
It looks like Lea Michele doesn’t just have Scream Queens in common with Ariana Grande! For the second time this season, Glee will be covering Ariana, and this time it’s her 2014 hit, “Break Free” — and yes, of course, Rachel will be singing it. Click inside to hear her take on the smash song!