Is this true, or just a weird joke?!
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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.
Celebs like Halle Berry, Mario Lopez, Matthew Morrison, and Stacy Keibler pitched in a helping hand to raise THOUSANDS of dollars for charity this past Saturday at the 19th Annual EIF Revlon Run/Walk For Women.
The fundraiser honors those who make a difference in women's cancer by raising tons of cash to continue the search for a cure.
Ch-ch-check out more pics from the El Lay event (below) to see all the famous faces that participated and click here to see who raised the most money for the cause!
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Indoor Skydiving, that is!
Which looks fun for Matthew, but we gotta say just this one thing: doesn't he look shockingly normal for all that wind??
It's like he's just floating
right out of our dreams and into reality! Ha!
We wouldn't be surprised if he could sing while doing this too!
Give us a call next time, Matthew! We'll go with you!!
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Glee has always supported charities throughout its three year run.
Each cast member continues to help others in need and the cast works on individual charities.
Jane Lynch is an avid supporter of L.A's Gay and Lesbian Center and has received their Rand Schrader Distinguished Achievement Award.
Lea Michele is a spokesperson for PETA as well as an activist in gay rights groups.
Matthew Morrison is involved with the Grammy Foundation and said the following on Glee's charitable work:
Many of the actors on the show are the direct result of arts education programs, and speaking for myself, I would not be where I am today without these programs.
The Grammy Foundation’s programs in schools across the country are so important because with budget cuts these days, arts programs are often the first ones to be axed. These programs are critical for children’s education and development, and that’s one of the reasons I’m so passionate about this charity.
Keep up the good work, Glee!
Fox recently announced that 100 percent of the profits from Glee's Do They Know It's Christmas cover will go to the Band Aid Trust.
Glee continues to be an inspiration for us all!
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