A seasoned party crasher who actually got beyond the velvet ropes at Elton John‘s bash without an invitation tells us about how difficult it was and the intense security measures that surround the Oscar afterparties. As some of the hottest tickets in town, security at both the Elton John and Vanity Fair parties was extremely tight and some celebrities had trouble getting in.
Lea Michele continues to be a strong support system for Glee costar and close friend Dianna Agron who just recently split from ex Alex Pettyfer. Just last night Lea cooked for Dianna alongside Harry Shum Jr. and Naya Rivera. But this wasn’t the first time Lea kept her friend distracted from her terrible breakup! HollywoodLife.com has exclusive details on Lea and Dianna’s ladies night.
Poor Dianna Agron! The Glee star is said to be scared to death of her ex, I Am Number Four co-star, Alex Pettyfer. “Dianna is terrified of [Alex],” a friend tells Us magazine. Alex “absolutely lost it” and threatened her over the phone!
Didn’t Dianna Agron look AMAZING at the 53rd Annual Grammmy Awards? Those Glee ladies really brought it! Dianna’s hair was a total show-stopper, and was unlike anything we’ve seen her sporting before. We loved her Grammy look so much that we asked her stylist how YOU can get the look. Read on!
Where, oh where, to begin with the sometimes good but mostly horrible Glee post-Super Bowl episode? In the sake of leading off positively, the duet of Lady Antebellum’s “Need You Now” by Rachel (Lea Michele) and Puck (Mark Salling) was one of the show’s best musical numbers. Ever. As for a critique, having a teacher finding humor in knowingly killing a student is the worst idea ever — especially for a musical comedy.
Tonight’s episode of Glee, “Furt,” was all about change — the things that we are often most scared of were addressed with bullying, family issues and marriage. Of course, this was also the episode featuring the iconic Carol Burnett, which granted the average Glee watcher has no clue of her legend, but thankfully she proved she’ll make a new legend as Sue Sylvester’s (Jane Lynch) no nonsense mother Doris Sylvester. But that’s not even the half of it.