Oh gurl, we love that smile!
Dianna Agron was spotted catching a cab while in New York City the other day, and we can't stop thinking about where she's going!
With it being NYC, there are soooooo many possibilities!
But seeing as Glee is currently filming there and Lea Michele was seen then MAYBE she was on her way to set?
We know she'll be making an appearance in next week's 100th episode special, but will Dianna be making another one?
Is this the comeback of Quinn?!?!
We'll just have to be patient and wait to see!
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Werk those fierce poses, ladies!
Both Emmy Rossum and Uma Thurman arrived at the Nymphomaniac: Volume I NYC screening in sassy, sophisticated looks.
Emmy hit the red carpet in a tiiiight Altuzarra gray dress with a black Rodo clutch and white Christian Louboutin pumps.
Except is anyone paying attention to anything other than her hawt bod??
Struggle of the day. Ha!
Uma covered up a bit more than, but that didn’t mean she still wasn’t able to show off her svelte figure, too!
Wearing a Givenchy blazer on top, the 43-years-young actress slinked into Helmut Lang leather pants to highlight her stems.
Are these two fabby or what???
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What a smorgasbord of an outfit!
Sarah Jessica Parker put on some weird pieces of clothing before stepping out in New York yesterday.
Blue plaid leggings AND beige wedge sneakers??? That's a bold move!
Then she went ahead and added a long heather blue tee and lace trim velvet blazer to the mix.
What are we supposed to make of this?!
We will admit, however, that she did an excellent job of matching all the different colors to each other. The shades of beige on the jacket and sneakers go perfectly together!
We'll give her +1 for that.
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Looking gorge, girly!
As if Lea Michele could look any other way!
So we can't say we're all too surprised to see Miz Lea looking flawless on the set of Glee as they filmed in New York.
Wearing a super foxy pair of short shorts paired with a fun houndstooth print hat, Lea is clearly ready to continue owning the Big Apple.
Although, with her hit album Louder doing so damn well, can she really own the world more than she already does?!
Well, if it's possible, you know Lea will do it!
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Nearly a full day after the tragedy in East Harlem, the death toll is still on the rise as they continue to pull bodies out of the rubble from the gas explosion that rocked multiple buildings on Wednesday.
Luckily for one little boy, though, he'll live to see another day—thanks to some amazing first responders that heard his cries for help.
David Cesario and Alex Camilo were among the heroes that rescued a young boy trapped under rubble immediately after the explosion.
The little one, who is probably between 7 and 10 years old, was holding on tight to his PlayStation controller when the two men found him scared and in pain.
Alex told reporters:
An overnight rescue effort in New York brought only additional sadness as crews searched the rubble of what used to be two apartment buildings in Harlem.
Firefighters worked throughout the night, with temperatures plummeting, trying to locate any survivors from the apparent gas explosion. They found none.
Seven people have now been found dead. One victim pulled from the debris was so badly burned, their identity has yet to be confirmed.
To make matters worse, five additional people are still unaccounted for.
The search for those individuals continues today. Mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to update the city and the world on the latest information later this morning.
Such a tragedy.
Stay tuned for more details.
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We have updated news out of Manhattan, but all of it is sad.
As we reported earlier, a possible gas leak caused a huge explosion in East Harlem on Wednesday and basically destroyed two buildings.
According to the latest reports, three people were killed, at least 69 were injured, and others are still missing.
Responders and investigators are working around the clock at the scene of the horrific event and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has released a statement.