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While the Sunshine Corazon of 'Glee' says, 'Whoever did this must be brought to justice,' in the wake of her father's death, Lea Michele and Jenna Ushkowitz take to Twitter to offer condolences.
Whedon reveals that it was his wife's idea for him to shoot the modern take of Shakespeare's play shortly after wrapping the shooting of 'Avengers' in New York, instead of taking a vacation.
The Rachel Berry depicter gushes that the filming of the racy scene made Cory Monteith sweat so much because they had to do it in front of a fireplace.
The 'Glee' star was mocked by Hyland who hated her red dress at the recent Primetime Emmy Awards red carpet.
Former pro wrestler Stacy Keibler herself has taken to her WhoSay account to express her excitement, 'Raphael Mazzucco rocks! One of my fav photographers.'
Geo Godley, who dropped his pants when singing in front of 'The X Factor (US)' judges, says he was actually wearing a g-string and apologizes to those offended by his act.
After encountering troubles due to budgetary issue, the Johnny Depp-starring film project is finally back on the track and will bring back some of its planned cast members.
The 'Congratulations' singer was found dead Thursday, September 22 in an El Segundo, California hotel room, where multiple bottles of prescription pills were reportedly also discovered.
Michele joins forces with Idina Menzel in 'Somewhere', Colfer covers 'I'm the Greatest Star', and Criss revamps 'Something's Coming'.
A representative says in a statement that the separation of the 'Glee' star from Theo Stockman is not a dramatic breakup, and that the two will always be friends.
Receiving a backlash from Michele's fans after imitating her red carpet pose, the 'Modern Family' star says at the Emmys, 'She's hilarious, and it was just in jest and that was it.'
While the 'Vampire Diaries' and 'Glee' stars wear red at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards, others like Sofia Vergara and Katie Holmes light up the red carpet with coral and blue colors respectively.
Also taking to Twitter to reflect on the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people are the likes of Nicki Minaj, John Stamos, Travis McCoy and Olivia Wilde.
Lea is joined by 'Glee' co-star Darren Criss and creator Ryan Murphy at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City, while Justin comes in person for an event at Dolce and Gabbana's store.
Starting the tour on September 12 in Toronto, Breezy will take his pals Kelly Rowland, T-Pain and Tyga to travel North America until a day before Halloween.