The show must go on.
After the passing of legend Joan Rivers, many wondered if her show Fashion Police would be able to carry on in her absence.
Well, we finally have our answer.
Read the emotional statement (below):
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Reunited — and it feels so good!
So good! So good!
Last night, the show that made everyone want to sing again celebrated it’s 100th episode on the air. Glee has known some really great times and some recently, some really hard times, but the one thing that has stood the test of time is it’s ability to pull on people’s heart strings. It’s been close to 2 years since the original gang of Gleeks were together in one room, but thankfully, everyone – including Dianna Agron, Heather Morris and Mark Salling – signed on for the two-part, 100th episode extravaganza, where the crew says on final goodbye to the family they made in McKinley.
There were laughs, there were a lot of tears and there were two makeout sessions that actually elicited squeals of delight from every Gleek everywhere. Oh, and did we mention that Gwyneth Paltrow and Kristin Chenoweth returned? Because they did, with wine no less! LOL!
So jump on the Gleetime express and travel back to a time when no one had graduated, Nationals was still a seemingly unattainable goal and there were regularly scheduled episodes of Fondue For 2 … in our recap!
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! DON’T READ IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THE EPISODE. AND IF YOU’RE A TRUE GLEEK AND YOU HAVEN’T SEEN IT ALREADY – FOR SHAME!!!
With the first part of the 100th episode set to air tonight, it's clear as day the end of McKinley as we know it is on the horizon. Not to mention the end of a Glee era by the time season 6 rolls around!
So, before it all ends, the cast members revealed what they'd like to see happen for their on-screen personas!
Lea Michele declared she wanted to do a lazy episode, which would totally be a far cry from Rachel Berry's hard working ethic:
Can U believe it's been 100 episodes since Glee made its way into everyone's hearts?!
We can't either!!
There's no doubt the 100th episode will be one of the most special ones ever since the Glee series charmed the world. Hello, Gleeks got to choose their favorite songs to be featured in the big one-double-oh, and it doesn't get any better than that!
With the big milestone just around the corner, Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, and the rest of the gang expressed their gratitude, relived some memories of past episodes, and even showed off some of their dance moves for a special performance!
Matthew Morrison remembered the first scene he ever shot for Glee, he said:
Nancy Motes was finally laid to rest this weekend in a beautiful Santa Monica memorial…
But two definite attendees, her half-sister Julia Roberts and mother Betty Lou Motes, were nowhere to be seen.
We've seen the pics from Saturday, and couldn't spot either of the ladies outside the beachside church—forcing us to believe the alleged suicide note bashing Julia and the rest of her family had to do with the noticeable absence.
Who runs the world? GIRLS!!!
That's exactly the point Ban Bossy is trying to get across in this PSA that features some major star power, including Beyoncé, Jennifer Garner, Jane Lynch, Condoleezza Rice, Diane von Fürstenberg, and many more!
In this incredibly empowering video, these women point out that at a very early age most girls are deterred from taking on leadership roles out of fear of being called "bossy." So how do we solve this? By completely banning the word from our vocabulary!
Ban Bossy is looking to empower young girls and encourage them to take on leadership roles, but it's also asking them to make a pledge to never utter the b-word again!
Ch-ch-check out the inspiring PSA (above)!