Oh no! Jenna Ushkowitz has split from her man!
The Glee star and her boyfriend Michael Trevino have broken up after three years of dating.
Jenna confirmed the split from the Vampire Diaries star at the premiere of Ryan Murphy's HBO film The Normal Heart.
When a photographer noted Michael's absence from the event and asked if they were still a couple, Jenna answered:
Seems like the only drama happening on the set of Glee is reserved for the characters of the show!
Multiple reports of Lea Michele and Naya Rivera drama has been circulating the media and Ryan Murphy is putting an end to it all!
More specifically, the rumor of Naya possibly leaving the Fox show before the series finally ends.
Ryan scoffed at the rumors when they first started, saying:
What the WHAT?
Like many other networks, Fox revealed their line-up for the upcoming Fall 2014 season — and Glee was noticeably missing from the list!
Deep breathes! DEEP BREATHES! Don't get too upset just yet…
The musical dramedy, along with American Idol and a couple new shows, will actually be making their debut midseason!
But according to Kevin Reilly, Chairman of Entertainment at FOX Broadcasting Company, he's saying Gleeks shouldn't worry about the final season of the series being cut short since it's airing a lot later than it usually does.
He reassured us all:
OMG! We're Gleeking the eff out right now!
Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy just revealed that he and Lea Michele are discussing a REAL LIFE revival of Funny Girl!
OMG! Could you imagine?! Wouldn't it be fabulous!?
In a recent interview, Ryan admitted:
We know the new season of American Horror Story is about a 1950s Florida freak show run by a German charter that Jessica Lange will portray…
But since the series doesn't premiere until later this year, co-creator Ryan Murphy is offering up some more details on what's in store for the fourth installment — and it's all about terrifying clowns! He said:
Well look at this collection of fine looking gentlemen!!
Matt Bomer, Mark Ruffalo, Taylor Kitsch, Ryan Murphy, and Jim Parsons are devilishly handsome and featured in this month's Vogue for their soon-to-be released HBO drama A Normal Heart.
We know the story is based on real events that occurred in the '80s during the HIV/AIDS epidemic—and it looks like some extremely heavy shiz…
Lucky for us, though, Ryan explained the film is a much gentler adaptation, as opposed to the play's harshness. He also admitted to owing a lot to the real life heroes who inspired the flick:
Before Cory Monteith's sudden passing last July, Ryan Murphy had a strong grasp on how he envisioned the ending of Glee.
Now, just a few months before the final season of Glee airs and after going back to the drawing board, Ryan is certain he knows how he wants the series to end.
If it's anything like the last couple of episodes, we highly recommend you go to Costco and buy at LEAST five bulk boxes of tissues.
The series finally took the jump and moved the whole premise of the show to the city that never sleeps after Glee club was disbanded by one Sue Sylvester.
We were all pretty sure Glee was going to ride out the rest of the show's life in New York, not going back to Lima at all, but after seeing Ryan's answer about a "time jump," we're just uncertain now!
He revealed the reasons why they decided to move to New York after Cory's death: