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Following Page's speech about her sexuality, Lynch says, 'I know what it is to feel like you can't be open and honest about your orientation. Good for her!'
Jane's ex Lara Embry demands almost $94,000 per month for spousal support after they separated and the actress apparently agrees, saying, 'I think it's the law, so I go with the law.'
The actress received her star for her TV work and a buzz on the cheek from 'Glee' creator Ryan Murphy during the ceremony.
The 'Glee' star is seeking to officially end her marriage to her wife of three years, just a month after announcing their split.
The Sue Sylvester of 'Glee' announces in a statement that she and her psychologist wife have amicably split.
The first clip from the R-rated horror movie sees Jessica Lucas's Olivia shocked by a broken window when frantically trying to tend to a wound.
The 'Idol' presenter cracks a joke about the embarrassing incident, while the 'Glee' actress posts a picture of her with judge Nicki Minaj.
The new game show from Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner will feature A-list celebrities hanging out and playing games with non-celebrity contestants.
The singer, who was a week away from celebrating her birthday, was struck by a car at an intersection on U.S. 29.
The 'Brand X' star gave openly-lesbian Lynch a smack on the lips and complimented her afterwards.
Dianna Agron, Amber Riley, Naya Rivera and more will appear in the fourth season though their characters have graduated high school, while Chord Overstreet is in talks to be upped to a series regular.
Alec Baldwin, Tyra Banks, Neil Patrick Harris, Adam Levine, Kim Kardashian and Samantha Ronson have all applauded Mr. President for agreeing with them to make same-sex marriage federally legal.
The Emmy host stops by Sheldon's living room on 'The Big Bang Theory', promotes gay relationship to 'Mad Men' characters and confronts her 'Glee' alter ego Sue.
Sporting a long wig, pink sweater and mini skirt, the Emmy host poses with Deena, Snooki and Sammi who will appear in a comic bit at the Sunday ceremony.
The 2003 movie by Tim Burton is expected to be a grand musical production starring the TV actor as Edward Bloom.