Rest in peace, Cory.
Happy birthday Cory!
In light of the show's series finale, let's count down ten of the show's most emotional moments. I dare you not to cry.
When it began, Glee was moving, informative, controversial, inclusive, and a whole lot of fun.
The star, who it seems was loved by everyone, apparently became the butt of one Glee co-star's distasteful joke.
Cory Monteith died this past weekend and, until now, the cause of death was unknown.
So sad and shocking.
This week’s episode of Glee was downright ORIGINAL. And no, I’m not talking about the New Directions and their decision to unleash their inner Joni Mitchells by writing original songs for Regionals – I’m talking about the fact that this episode opened with a musical number.
One of the reasons Glee has been such a huge hit is not because of the A-List guest stars that have been frequenting the set
too much lately, but because of its stellar ensemble cast. Ryan Murphy really got it right when he decided to go with virtually unknown triple threats; the entire crew brings a freshness and an enthusiasm to the show.
Well, kids, it’s finally here: Sectionals. Yes, sectionals – as in, the thing Mr. Schue has been yammering on about since day one. I always thought that nothing could ever top last year’s big sectional jaw-dropper (What’s that you say? Quinn’s pregnancy CAN’T be chalked up to Immaculate Conception and/or hot tub sperm mobility? NO!)
When reading novels, everyone has an idea in their head. But, in light of the recent casting of Carey Mulligan as Daisy Buchanan in Baz Luhrmann's adaptation of The Great Gatsby, we've picked a celeb for each novel that would be perfect as the hero or heroine. Pick a book from the list, snuggle up with a mug of hot chocolate, and escape from the world (and the cold) for a few hours by creating your own mental movie with the help of these novels.
GQ magazine is known for racy spreads featuring Hollywood’s hottest – so why was it such a huge deal when Lea Michele, Dianna Agron, and Cory Monteith (of Glee fame) joined the ranks of celebs who have graced the cover?
It’s being widely reported that Brad Womack, the dude who didn’t pick anyone on his season, who sent Deanna packing along with that other chick, is being asked back for a second shot at love. OK, ABC…what are you smoking? You’ve got a plethora of gorgeous, funny guys at your disposal. What’s wrong with one of them!?
Poor Lindsay. With all the cheating scandals behind us, we celebrity-obsessed gossip hunters had nothing to do this week but focus our attention on Lilo's first week of "sobriety." Which, if you aren't living under a rock, we all know didn't go so well. But it did go better than Lady Gaga's trip to the Mets game. And life in general for those Real Housewives of New Jersey.