(FOX)Hi, Gleek fans: Lindsay here, pinch-hitting for what what could possibly be the hardest episode of television to get through this year (save for Dads). Cory Monteith's untimely death of an overdose this past July (he was 31) left a giant, gaping hole in Glee, and there was much talk over how co-creator Ryan Murphy and crew (especially his on- and off-screen girlfriend, Lea Michele) would address it. Well, it's sad. And, like Glee at its best (and worst), full of song. Opening three weeks...Read Full Story
Getty ImagesBetter get your tissues ready, Gleeks: Tonight's Cory Monteith tribute is the "most emotionally charged" episode the series has ever had, says Dot Marie Jones. And that's saying a lot for a show that routinely covers the hard stuff.We chatted with Jones, who plays Coach Beiste in tonight's episode, about the tribute, how Lea Michele and the cast have been coping with Cory's passing, and how fans will react to saying goodbye to Finn.Zimbio: What can you tell us about tonight's Cory...Read Full Story
Getty ImagesAnd just like that another Glee star is set to walk down the aisle. Naya Rivera said "yes" to Big Sean last week and now Dot-Marie Jones (Coach Beiste) has proposed to her longtime girlfriend Bridgett Casteen. Jones popped the question at Disneyland, near Sleeping Beauty's Castle, on Friday while there to celebrate Gay Days Anaheim. "It's the happiest day of my life. I never though I'd find somebody that is so loving and kind," Jones told The Advocate. Casteen later tweeted about...Read Full Story
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