It's no secret that the sixth season of the hit TV musical will be it's last, but everyone has been wondering, what we can expect for the inevitable end?
Well, here's a new question that might also contain the answer:
Could the Big Apple be Glee's new endgame??
Before the devastating loss of Cory Monteith over the summer, Ryan Murphy had it all planned out for Finn & Rachel.
But, in the wake of this tragedy, the Glee co-creator has been working hard to change his once blissful vision of Finn & Rachel in Lima, Ohio to having it all possibly end in New York.
If it all ends in the city that never sleeps, what can we expect of our beloved characters in the small town of Lima, Ohio?
She's staying strong because Cory Monteith is never far from her mind.
Even though Lea Michele has been busy working hard ever since tragically losing Cory far too soon, we're sure she's been trying to mend her broken heart any way she can.
And now it seems the Glee starlet turned to crystals for some strength as she was spotted at LAX wearing what appears to be a healing crystal necklace. But that wasn't all that she was keeping close to her.
Lea was also spotted wearing that same diamond ring on her ring finger that has been popping up from time to time ever since Cory passed away.
We've heard they might have been engaged before his death or that maybe he was planning a proposal, so if that ring is from Cory, we hope it helps heal her heartache.
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It will be the end of an era, Gleeks…
At an event honoring FX networks, show-creator Ryan Murphy revealed that Season 6 will be Glee's farewell Wednesday night.
But writing an ending won't be easy anymore, now that Cory Monteith — who played the male lead of Finn — is no longer with us.
In last week's episode, Lea Michele's character hinted at the series endgame, giving Finchel fans some closure. Rachel Berry said she knew how it was all gonna end — *SPOILER* that she would land a big Broadway gig, perhaps a Woody Allen movie too, but she'd always come back to the Glee room where Finn would be teaching. She'd open the doors and tell him, "I'm home."
And now, with even more hinting from Murphy, we can safely assume this was in fact going to be the final scene of the series as he told reporters:
Animals can heal a broken heart and no one knows that more than Lea Michele.
Less than a week after last week's emotional Glee episode that said goodbye to Cory Monteith's character Finn, Lea is showing the world her strength by moving on with a new furry little friend.
She tweeted earlier saying that she's adopted an 8-year-old Pomeranian named Pearl.
And, what better way to introduce her into the world by posing with her in a sexy new photo shoot! Lea posted the (above) photo, tweeting:
She's a trooper, that girl!
Last week, we heard Lea Michele was staying strong with the help of her friends by attending Hollywood parties and remembering the good times with Cory Monteith as much as possible.
But now we're learning even more about her current situation.
According to a source close to the star:
We're still reeling over Cory Monteith's tribute episode from last night.
But, we've taken comfort in this brand new PSA recorded by some of our favorite Glee cast members that was featured during last night's highly emotional farewell to Finn episode.
The video features Matthew Morrison, Jane Lynch, and Kevin McHale giving a powerful message about how to get help for addiction - or just as important, helping someone close to you.
Cory's real-life death was exactly the same way: maybe we all didn't know him personally, but we are all shocked and saddened by the loss of young and promising life.
Watch the PSA (above), and don't forget to read our full report on last night's incredible farewell… HERE.
Following the heart wrenching tribute episode for Cory Monteith and his character Finn Hudson, the question on everyone’s mind is: what’s next for Glee?
Where do they go from here? Do they just act like Finn was never there? How will they all move on?
So many questions, but Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy has an answer to all of those. He reveals: