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.
”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!
The actor "has voluntarily admitted himself to a treatment facility for substance addiction," his rep tells PEOPLE. "He graciously asks for your respect and privacy as he takes the necessary steps towards recovery."
People caught up with Monteith's Glee co-star and girlfriend Lea Michele, who had this to say.
"I love and support Cory and will stand by him through this," she tells PEOPLE exclusively. "I am grateful and proud he made this decision." READ MORE
Glee fans worried about Chord Overstreet's status on the hit Fox series can rest easy. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Overstreet has become an official cast member in season four. The trade paper reports the popular actor joins Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith, among those who have been signed full time on the show. All 15 of Glee's series regulars will return, but so far the show and network is keeping mum about who is returning full and part time.
Former One Life to Live and Gossip Girl star Amanda Setton was among the FOX TV stars who partied at the Fox Summer All Star Party in West Hollywood, CA on July 23. Setton, who recently landed a series regular role on The Mindy Project, was joined by cast members from such shows as Glee, Raising Hope, Bones, New Girl, So You Think you Can Dance, Touch and her own The Mindy Project. See more photos from the Fox Summer All Star Party after the jump! READ MORE
“Rumours” was another good meta-episode for Glee, acknowledging the inevitable gossip that plagues any pop-culture phenom. The show has gotten its share in various tabloids and blind items, and that's the tongue-in-cheek problem facing the Glee Club this week. Self-awareness of its own pop-culture presence is something this show has always had fun with. They also went there with the couple squish-names, my favorite being “Pizes.”
The real world overlaps were everywhere in this episode. Glee Club gossip included Quinn and Kurt (Chris Colfer) as cheaters (like those Mark Salling/Naya Rivera rumors), questions about Santana and Sam's sexuality (like those Darren Criss questions), and the insinuation that Will (Matthew Morrison) would rather be on Broadway than leading the Glee Club (like Morrison wanting a solo singing career).