WHEW! That was an INTENSE 30 minute wait!
Early Thursday morning, Chris Colfer supposedly revealed on Twitter that he has been let go from Glee due to personal issues!
THANKFULLY, that's all not true!
According to the Glee star's manager, Chris' verified account was HACKED and that he is indeed returning for the sixth and FINAL season of Glee!
We were all under the impression that the whole cast of Glee will be there until the very end, and that won't be changing anytime soon!
Fox has issued a statement on the matter, they said:
If you're looking for someone to comment on the Lea Michele/Naya Rivera drama on the set of Glee, count Chris Colfer out!
The 23-year-old is keeping mum on anything that has to deal with controversy and that's never going to change!
Chris admitted he does a lot to try and stay out of drama, but some of his co-stars aren't so lucky to avoid those negative headlines!
The Glee star said:
Well, the Glee gang is almost all there!
Naya Rivera was noticeably absent from all these shots, but girlfriend is going through some things, so the Gleeks are just going to have to move on without her!
Lea Michele, Heather Morris, and Darren Criss were in high spirits as they filmed the season finale of Glee in Burbank on Thursday!
The three were joined by their co-stars, Chris Colfer, Kevin McHale, and Chord Overstreet on set!
Whatever storyline they decide to go with for the season five finale, we imagine it'll be a memorable one!
Ch-ch-check out the rest of the cast members hanging out on set (below)!!
[Image via Cousart/JFXimages/WENN.]
Despite those nasty rumors of Naya Rivera being cut and fired from Glee running rampant, there's no sign of divaness here!
In fact, there is nothing but sunshine and happy rainbows in this duet between Amber Riley and Naya!
The harmonious duo amazingly performed Lauryn Hill's famous Doo Wop (That Thing) all while power walking throughout the whole building.
We can't imagine anyone else being able to pull this off. These two need to do more duets together!!
Ch-ch-check out the rest of the performances from "The Back-Up Plan" (below):