Well, we can't say we're surprised!
In an interview with E! News, the Danity Kane alum shared:
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And although Glee may have been replaced by Lee Daniels' take on the hip hop genre in early 2015, Ryan still has some advice for the Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard vehicle on how to avoid going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.
It looks like Ryan Murphy's Hotel has vacancy for another star!
The Glee alum is set to check in the upcoming season of FX's horror anthology in the Halloween episode for a recurring role!
According to reports, the 28-year-old will be playing Justin, a Silver Lake hipster who comes to the hotel with his girlfriend on Halloween to get away from
Another year, another award show!
The time has come again to see who the best of the best is in television!
But what's better than that is we have the celeb reactions on Twitter!
UPDATE 2:26 PM EST: To add some clarity to the matter, let's talk about context. The context of the line during the show is of Hedwig describing her perfume line she has — that the perfume is for everyone. The 'whatever you are' piece, she actually points to someone in the audience. That is where the confusion is and it is hard to decipher based off that tweet.
One attendee noted on Twitter:
"Tonight, Darren Criss, as HEDWIG said, 'man, woman, moman, wan, Bruce Jenner, whatever you are' and it was very distasteful."
Though his comments were made while playing the character Hedwig — the 28-year-old's since been accused of being transphobic.
This backlash has since inspired the Glee actor to comment on the remark.