It's nice to see the cast being able to lean on each other during this difficult time!
With just a few days before the emotional and highly anticipated tribute episode for Cory Monteith, a part of the Glee gang was spotted in El Lay on Tuesday afternoon.
Gleeks Lea Michele, Jane Lynch and Matthew Morrison were seen out at lunch after joining Ryan Murphy for a Glee panel at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
After the panel, the Glee co-creator talked about Cory’s upcoming tribute episode:
But that's what you're best at, Miley Cyrus!
Her words, not ours people!
Mileybird visited Late Night with Jimmy Fallon yesterday, to joke about her seksi image and the cah-razy great performance she gave on SNL last weekend!
The We Can't Stop singer explained proving herself during the prestigious hosting gig was totes necessary:
See good things CAN happen!
Even though we were so scared to watch this lady choose jail over rehab - it seems to have worked out for her!
Teen Mom Amber Portwood has been released from prison about four years earlier than we thought she would!
The reason? Good behavior!!!
Amber should be released from Indiana’s Rockville Correctional Facility on November 6th, and her brother Shawn says not only is she getting released, but the mom has gotten her G.E.D. AND has completed drug rehab!
Here's what he said:
Cheryl Cole is single again.
The singer's rep confirms that she and dancer Tre Holloway have officially entered splitsville.
But don't say Cheryl didn't Fight For This Love- the couple stayed together for over 14 months despite their tricky schedules. A source close to the couple says:
Happy Birthday, Ashlee Simpson!!!
Well, actually her birthday was on October 3rd. But Ash and her boyfriend Evan Ross celebrated her 29th this weekend in Atlanta!
There was cake!
There was booze!
AND there was Liam Hemsworth!!!
The Hunger Games hunk didn't arrive in time for dinner, which Ashlee and Evan had along with 10 friends at sushi hotspot Umi. But Liam did make it in time to kiss the birthday girl and help
As we get closer and closer to tomorrow's tribute episode to Cory Monteith, it becomes harder and harder to deny that for many of us, the pain of losing Glee's resident "Frankenteen" is still ever present.
But no one understands that better than the woman who not only loved him off-screen, but who shared 4 seasons of love with fans everywhere on-screen. For the first time since his passing, Lea Michele is speaking out on her grief over losing not only her boyfriend Cory, but also the character of Finn.
In an interview released on the eve of the tribute episode, Lea shared why it was indeed necessary to shoot the episode, explaining: