Justin Neill, who appears in the Discovery+ series "The Price of Glee," shared his final memories of his friend with Newsweek.
"The Price of Glee" is the new documentary that recounts the sudden rise, and drama behind the scenes, of musical series "Glee."
Justin Neill, who features on the Discovery+ series 'The Price of Glee,' spoke to Newsweek about rumors surrounding Lea Michele.
"The dogs are like why are you laughing though," said one TikTok user.
The "Glee" alum told her Instagram followers that she will be out until September 20, after taking over as the lead role of the Broadway show last week.
The Broadway audience watching Michele reportedly gasped and laughed during a reference to books, following rumors of her reading ability.
"There will be some people in the theatre tonight cheering for her and some hoping she crashes and burns," a Broadway insider told Newsweek.
"It's sad. It really is. I think often if I were a man, a lot of this wouldn't be the case," Lea Michele said in response to the rumor that she can't read.
Pearce worked with Michele after competing on "The Glee Project" but was too scared even to look at the star on set.
Lopez recently married fellow Leo Ben Affleck but her ex-husband Marc Anthony is a Virgo.
"A year is added to my life anytime someone humbles Lea Michele," one commenter tweeted.
Actress Jane Lynch faced backlash for saying women's voices get into an "annoying area" and "too high" on podcasts.
Both actresses have wanted to play the role of Fanny Brice for quite some time.
Lea Michele has been cast in the Broadway revival of "Funny Girl" but her former co-star Sammie Ware is furious at the news.
"The beauty of Glee is that it takes itself 100% seriously, that's what sets it apart from a parody," user @nqobile_andiswa tweeted.
Dianna Agron, who played Quinn Fabray in "Glee," spoke to Newsweek about her time on the show and what's taken place since.
"As They Made Us" writer and director Mayim Bialik, and stars Simon Helberg and Dianna Agron spoke to Newsweek about their own family history.
The 33-year-old "Glee" star died in July 2020 when went out on a rented boat in Lake Piru with her son Josey Hollis Dorsey.
There is bad news for Gleeks across the world, Glee is officially leaving Netflix in November 2021.
Actress Naya Rivera tragically drowned during a boating trip in Lake Piru, Southern California, on July 8, 2020.
"Glee" star Naya Rivera was 33 when she tragically drowned while on a boating trip in Southern California's Lake Piru.
Naya Rivera's father called out the "Glee" creators for not honoring commitments made to the family after her death—Ryan Murphy has since responded to say they are working with the late actress's estate.
The "Glee" s star drowned in July while on a boat trip with her four-year-old son on California's Lake Piru.
Naya Rivera filmed an episode of a Netflix competition show in February, which has now been released as a tribute to the late "Glee" star.
The Ventura County Sheriff's Department revealed Rivera was found dead in Lake Piru on Monday morning following a six-day search.
"I can't imagine what it's like for her parents, her family," a Ventura County Sheriff's spokesman said. "It takes an emotional toll on the search teams too."
The actress went missing on July 8 after boating with her son on Lake Piru.
Rivera went missing on Wednesday night.
Authorities believe 33-year-old Rivera drowned in Lake Piru in southern California. A search has been underway to locate her since her son was found alone in a rented boat on Wednesday.