Alas, all great things must come to an end.
The cast of Glee wrapped filming for the final season of the beloved FOX musical, but of course, they couldn't leave without taking a few souvenirs!!
Lea Michele and the rest of her co-stars documented their last day of shooting on Saturday afternoon — so sentimental!
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The Gleeks had a fun carnival send-off on the Paramount lot, but when the day ended, Princess Lea made off with one thing that meant a great deal to her.
Lea shared the photo (above) on Instagram with the caption:
We're always excited about Glee!
And this latest sneak preview from the show has us up in happy arms!
The television show will be featuring a ton of new songs on their next episode, but the one we REALLY want to see happen is the cast's version of the classic Pointer Sisters hit I'm So Excited.
And the fact that Ms. Gloria Estefan will be performing the song along with the cast makes this cover all the more sweeter!
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The song will happen
As Bruce Jenner's journey to womanhood unfolds in the public eye, FOX's Glee is also addressing transgender issues.
On the show, Coach Beiste — played by actress Dot-Marie Jones — is revealed to have gender dysphoria and is transitioning to a man.
PerezHilton.com has an exclusive photo of Coach Beiste's new look, which will debut on the February 13 episode entitled Transitions.
Jones — who is openly gay but not transgender in real life — admits she was initially apprehensive about the storyline. However, after her character's announcement was made, she received an outpouring of support and appreciation:
This show is shaping up to be the most star-studded series ever!
In casting news that we didn't really see coming, Nick Jonas was announced on Monday as the latest celeb to join Ryan Murphy's Scream Queens!
Nick's no stranger to television, seeing as he's currently starring on DirecTV's Kingdom, but his casting shouldn't have exactly shocked us…
CBS has their Supergirl!
The Kryptonian cousin to Clark Kent will be played by none other than Glee star Melissa Benoist!
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In response to the announcement, Melissa tweeted:
Maybe the cold never bothered her, but flu symptoms are another matter!
Lea Michele was magical performing the Frozen classic Let It Go on Glee. But for her, the experience was less than enchanting!
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She revealed to Jimmy Kimmel that her stomach actually let it go when she vomited all over the set!
Find out why she lost her lunch in the interview (below)!