Sorry, Zendaya! Khloé Kardashian & Odell Beckham Jr. Were 'Making Out' At Drake's Memorial Day Bash!
Apparently love was in the air at Drake's Memorial Day party on Monday!
Guess that's over then!
Damn! Hope Z wasn't too blindsided!
How has it been seven years already?!
While the Ryan Murphy series has suffered its fair share of tragedy since it debuted seven years ago, superstar Lea Michele took a moment to remember the good 'ole days in a heartwarming Instagram post on Thursday!
Apparently, Miss Rachel Berry stumbled upon a black and white photo featuring a dozen members of New Directions — sorry Matthew Morrison and Jayma Mays, kids only — and simply had to celebrate the show's anniversary with Gleeks everywhere!
Lea's caption for the photo is especially touching as she indirectly references Cory Monteith's death and Mark Salling's problems with child porn, but we're glad she still has positive memories of her time in Lima.
Never stop believin'!
Ch-ch-check out Lea Michele's emotional Instagram epitaph (below)!!!
If the heel fits, wear it!
Hedwig will be hitting 14 cities starting this Fall, and musical fans in California will be lucky enough to catch Darren take over from October 4-30 in San Francisco and November 1-27 in El Lay.
Darren confirmed the AH-Mazing news in a statement on Monday, saying:
The Little Mermaid may be getting a live-action big screen adaptation — but it looks like Ariel & co. are set to make a splash on the stage first!
Backed by a 71-piece live orchestra, the Brave singer will be playing the titular mermaid while the Pitch Perfect star has signed on to play the evil sea witch Ursula — though the A-list cast doesn't stop there!
The idea for the musical recreation surfaced from
You better watch out, Empire.
If there's anyone who knows what it's like to have a successful musical drama on FOX, it's Ryan Murphy.
And although Glee may have been replaced by Lee Daniels' take on the hip hop genre in early 2015, Ryan still has some advice for the Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard vehicle on how to avoid going downhill despite phenomenal early ratings.
This is so sad.
On Wednesday morning, journalist Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward were shot on camera by a disgruntled former employee of the news station WDBJ7.
We're not shocked that this tragic story has inspired so many powerful people both in Hollywood and D.C. to speak out on this unfortunate incident.