Ellen DeGeneres Tops OUT’s 8th Annual Power 50



Talk show queen, comedian and Oscar host Ellen DeGeneres was named the No. 1 most powerful LBGT by OUT. However, she wasn't the only individual familiar to TV fans. TV host and Oprah pal Suze Orman, Glee's Jane Lynch, CNN's Anderson Cooper and Don Lemon, Good Morning America's Robin Roberts, Bravo kingpin Andy Cohen, How I Met Your Mother's Neil Patrick Harris, Ryan Murphy, Rachel Maddow and Ru Paul also made the list.  

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Glee’s Lea Michele Talks About Cory Monteith With Ellen (VIDEO)


Glee starlet Lea Michele shared on Ellen how she's working through grief over the death of real and reel-life leading man Cory Monteith. The actress says working has helped her cope.

Said Michele:
 

 

”Grief goes with you every day, whatever you’re doing. Whether there’s great moments, when there’s hard moments, so I’d rather be at work with the people that I love who are going through the same.”


What a courageous young woman. For more of Ellen DeGeneres' cathartic interview with Michele, watch the video after the jump!
 

PC #67: Pretty Little Scandalous Sleepy Hollow


On today's Pop Confidential podcast Jamey Giddens, Luke Kerr, Jillian Bowe, Melodie Aikels and Jenna Dorsi dish the 2013 fall TV season. From Scandal's blockbuster season premiere to the fantastic return of The Good Wife, the PC gang dives into their returning favorites.

Find out  which new series the PC crew is most excited about or disappointed in. Share your favorites and least new shows favorites in the comments!

The PC wraps up the podcast by weighing in on Miley Cyrus' shenanigans.










Glee Bids Emotional Farewell to “The Quarterback” (VIDEO)



Thursday night Glee said goodbye to Cory Monteith and Finn Hudson. Unquestionably, the heart and soul of Glee, Monteith's Finn will be much missed. From Finn's friendship with Kurt (Kurt Colfer) to his relationship with Rachel (Lea Michele) and his ability to bring everyone together, Finn was Glee's emotional anchor.

The performances of original gleeks Chris Colfer, Kevin McHale (Artie), Naya Rivera (Santana), Amber Riley (Mercedes), Mark Salling (Puck),  Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina) and Michele were poignant and heartfelt. I doubt anyone made it through "The Quarterback" without shedding a tear or two.  However, the absence of Dianna Agron (Quinn) and Heather Morris (Brittany) was glaring. I won't spoil the episode's final scene for those who haven't watched it yet, but it was heartbreaking.   

Glee served up a number of songs memorializing Finn. My favorites were the glee club's "Seasons of Love" and Mercedes' "I'll Stand by You."

Rewatch the performances after the jump and share  your favorite moments from "The Quarterback".

We'd also love to know what your favorite Finn Hudson moments were. One of my favorites was when Finn and Rachel memorably broke up at the train station.