Plus, McKinley High brings back out the fighter in Puck and the competitor in Rachel and Mercedes.
After Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) announced that glee club was officially canceled after they lost at Nationals, Mr. Schuester (Matthew Morrison) needed all the help he could get to stop that from happening — cue the OG New Directions!
It was time for one last trip to Nationals for the New Directions, and while the glee club would be canceled with a loss, the gang had a different reason to fight.
While Finn (Cory Monteith) may not have been there to physically lead the New Directions at Nationals, he was definitely with them in Los Angeles in spirit. Gleeks, get your tissues ready.
Plus, Rachel and Santana’s feud continued and even separated the band, Pamela Lansbury. Not to worry, Kurt’s new band has a way better name.
It’s about time Glee gets a happy ending! On the March 4 episode, McKinley High was prepping for graduation and trying to figure out the best way to savor every minute. But for Will (Matthew Morrison) and Emma (Jayma Mays), they just wanted to create a family together.
The star looks stunning on the April cover of ‘Seventeen,’ and inside she has a lot to say about life after ‘Glee.’
Lea Michele has tackled TV and Broadway, and now the gorgeous actress is bringing her talents to the April cover of Seventeen magazine. Talking about the possibility of a Glee spin-off, being comfortable and confident with her body, and on finding, (and losing), her true love, the 27-year-old is an open book.
Lea Michele continues to open up about the loss of her boyfriend, Cory Monteith. In a new interview she reveals that the ‘Glee’ couple were planning on starting a family together.
On March 18, ‘Glee’ will reach it’s hundredth episode, and while the network brought back the original New Directions for the celebration, one song was heartbreaking to sing without Cory.
In a new interview, co-creator and executive producer Brad Falchuk revealed that while the cast is excited to take on some of the best Glee hits ever on the hundredth episode, it wasn’t easy to perform “Don’t Stop Believin'” without Cory Monteith. The song was the first and last that Rachel (Lea Michele) and Finn performed together.
Keep your enemies close, right? Well, apparently living together is too close for Rachel and Santana.
While Rachel (Lea Michele) focused on perfecting her role as Fanny Price in “Funny Girl,” Santana (Naya Rivera) got sick of sliding into the background — so in normal Santana-fashion, she was ready to steal some thunder. And let’s be honest, we were wondering when they would start feuding again — this whole BFF thing was getting boring!
For the 100th episode of ‘Glee,’ the cast is suiting up in their best ’70s looks — and we can’t get enough of this sexy sneak peek!
Glee is gearing up for their highly anticipated 100th episode — and we can’t wait to see what the cast has in store for us. Lea Michele took to Twitter to share a sneak peek, and it had a very American Hustle vibe — and we loved it. In sexy, ’70s disco looks, Lea definitely had fun dressing up and playing the part!
Ryan Murphy, co-creator of the show, shared the touching ending he envisioned for Rachel and Finn before Cory’s tragic death.
Glee revolved around the relationship between Rachel, (Lea Michele), and Finn, (Cory Monteith) — but everything changed after Cory passed away after his battle with addiction inevitably took his life on July 13 at the tender age of 31. Co-creator Ryan Murphy revealed on Oct. 18 at an event at the Paley Center that he always imagined the ending of the show — and it was a scene between Rachel and Finn. Now, in an extremely emotional excerpt from the eulogy Ryan delivered at a private memorial service for the late star, fans will be moved by the beautiful ending that Ryan always wanted for the show — and the characters.
The Glee star looked great in a chic, black cutout dress by British label, Three Floor, while in Los Angeles on December 14, 2013.
Lea Michele seems to be getting more confident in the spotlight since laying her late boyfriend Cory Monteith to rest just a few months ago. While at a charity event hosted by SodaStream at Switch Boutique in Los Angeles, the actress rocked a simple, yet gorgeous black cutout dress. The event benefited the non-profit organization, Chrysalis.
Browse our top 30 TV couples of 2013, then weigh in with your picks!
With most of our favorite shows beginning that dreaded winter hiatus, HollywoodLife.com is taking a minute to reflect on the finest TV couples of 2013. Some got together for the first time, while others shared a bittersweet farewell — and then there were those we just wanted to hook up. Like, really badly. So dig into our list of the year’s top 30 pairings, vote for your favorite(s), and if you see any glaring omissions, suggest a twosome we missed!
This is not something we’ve ever seen ‘Glee’ do before — not that we’re complaining. When the episode began with Sue sharing that last year’s Christmas episode was never aired, so they were showing it now — what did you think of the season four episode smack in the middle of season five?
While Dec. 5 is a little early for a Christmas special, it was the perfect time for Glee to celebrate airing a never-before-season episode from season four. While the New Directions worked hard to reacreate the nativity scene, Rachel (Lea Michele), Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Santana (Naya Rivera) got jobs at a local mall . . . as elves.
Quinn is back! The actress took to Twitter on Dec. 5 to confirm that yes, she will be returning for the 100th episode of ‘Glee,’ which is set to air on March 18.
Ryan Murphy said he was inviting every original cast member back to Glee for the big episode — and so far, they’ve ALL confirmed! This means that any rumors swirling that Dianna Agron was on bad terms with the cast after being a no show on the Cory Monteith tribute episode have disappeared — Quinn Fabray will be back!
Are you bummed that Matthew was booted from ‘The Voice?’ Find out what Carson has to say about his bright future!
Matthew Schuler may have been eliminated from The Voice on Dec. 3, but that doesn’t mean we’ve seen the last of the Pennsylvania native — especially if Carson Daly has anything to say about it! HollywoodLife.com caught up with the NBC show’s host shortly after Matthew’s shocking elimination, and he told us he sees big things in Matthew’s future. Dare we say, his future could even be full of Glee?
We were already completely stoked to be able to vote on what songs the cast performs on the 100th episode of ‘Glee’ — and now we know that Ryan Murphy has invited all of the original cast members to return!
Ryan Murphy isn’t leaving anyone out of Glee‘s 100th episode. Rumors swirled that Dianna Agron and Heather Morris were intentionally left out of the Cory Monteith tribute episode, so Ryan was sure to let everyone know that each and every original cast member was invited to the 100th episode, which will air on March 18.
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