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Battle of the Bikini Selfies: Lea Michele vs. Naya Rivera

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By: Sarah M. Smith

Naya Rivera and Lea Michele have much more in common than just their Glee roots. First off, they both seem to be suffering from wanderlust this summer — Italy, Hawaii, and Mexico are all recently traveled grounds for these two vacation vixens. But more importantly, they both have flawless bikini bodies that they love to flaunt on boats, beaches, and most importantly, Instagram. Read more…

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Get To Know Glee Co-Creator Brad Falchuk, The Man Who’s Consciously Coupling with Gwyneth Paltrow

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After splitting from husband Chris Martin back in March, Gwyneth Paltrow has officially moved on to Glee co-creator Brad Falchuk. The two met on the set of the long-running Fox series — in which Paltrow has played recurring character Holly Holliday since 2010 — and have recently taken their relationship to the next level, reportedly enjoying flirty dinners in L.A. and Utah getaways over the last four months. Read more…

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Did Chris Colfer Just Get Fired From Glee?

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On Thursday Glee‘s Chris Colfer announced his departure from the Fox series. “Due to personal issues, I have been let go from the cast of GLEE,” he Tweeted, before adding: “Explanations will come shortly…” Wait, what? Colfer has played fan favorite Kurt Hummel since season 1, and his character was and remains an integral part of the show’s shift to New York. He was never rumored to have drama behind the scenes — unlike costar Naya Rivera who was rumored to have conflict with Lea Michele, and whose future with the show has been called into question multiple times — so surely he’d be a central focus during the show’s sixth and final season.

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The Most Un-Scary Carrie Homages In TV And Movies

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Did the brand new Carrie scare the crap out of you over the weekend? Or did you skip it, ’cause you’d seen the Brian de Palma original too many times? Or maybe, if you’re like me, you have never felt the need to see either version because a) you’re a scaredy cat, and b) this movie has been referenced and clipped and parodied and paid homage to so many times, that it really feels like you’ve seen it anyway. It’s even a verb: Being “Carrie’d,” as in having a bucket of blood (or other unsavory liquid) spilled on you when you’re onstage. Really, you’d think schools and theaters would have people checking the rafters more frequently for mean girls carrying suspicious pails. Anyway, if you’re chicken like me, but feel the need to talk about the movie with your horror-buff friends this Halloween season, here you have five very benign Carrie moments in pop culture:
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The 5 Most Tear-Jerking Moments From Glee‘s Cory Monteith Tribute Episode

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Within seconds of the opening strains of “Seasons of Love” the Twitterverse exploded with messages of condolences and support as Glee fans all over the globe said #farewellfinn during the highly anticipated (and dreaded) Cory Monteith tribute episode. In short, I cried. A lot. And since I read on the internet that group therapy is beneficial, here are the five most moving moments from last night’s show. Get your shirt sleeve forearm tissues ready.

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Glee Remembers Cory Monteith, We Look Back At At Our 2009 Interview With Him

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We’re buying extra boxes of Kleenex for Glee’s “The Quarterback,” the episode dedicated to Finn Hudson and Cory Monteith, the late actor who made Finn one of the most endearing singing football players ever to grace the small screen. Just to get the tears started a little early, we reached into the VH1 archives and pulled out this interview we did with Monteith, Lea Michele and Amber Riley back in 2009. It was a silly round of “5 Questions,” but now even Cory’s joking answers mean something to us.

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