Hoda Kotb explained:
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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)!!!
And with the case now decades in the past, O.J.'s former defense attorney Robert Shapiro finally revealed what his client whispered in his ear after the jury found him not guilty.
In an interview with Megyn Kelly on Tuesday, the 73-year-old discussed the highly-publicized 1995 double murder trial — including the former NFL star's first words to him after being acquitted in the deaths of his ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend Ron Goldman.
Shapiro, who was played by John Travolta in the FX crime drama, remembered Simpson whispered in his ear:
Over the weekend we caught up with SQ co-creator Brad Fulchuk at PaleyFest and learned there were going to be three new hot doctors joining the show which kept our Styles hopes alive.
It also didn't TOTALLY hurt that the former One Direction singer was just cast in Christopher Nolan's new WWII flick, making him a bona fide thespian!