Dot Marie Jones, Bridgett Casteen
Glee's Dot Marie Jones tied the knot with longtime partner Brigett Casteen on Saturday, People reports.
Dot-Marie Jones and Bridgett Casteen
Wedding bells are in the air among the cast of Glee.
Dot Marie Jones proposed to her longtime girlfriend, Bridgett Casteen, near Sleeping Beauty's castle during Anaheim Gay Days at Disneyland on Friday, The Advocate reports. The two met nearly three years ago.
Hollywood was stunned by the unexpected death of Glee star Cory Monteith on Saturday night. Hours earlier, Monteith was found dead in a Vancouver hotel room, though the cause of death was still unknown. Here's what his co-stars and fellow celebrities had to say about his sudden passing:
Gordon Ramsay and Jane Lynch
The remaining 15 MasterChef contestants get what I call a true mystery box. It's full of strange international ingredients, including salt-cured tuna from Spain; Okinawan sweet potato; elk flank from northern Europe; Russian cod liver; rambutan from southeast Asia; and Chinese black moss.
Cory Monteith, Naya Rivera, Samuel Larsen
Glee withdrawal is hard. We know. Thankfully, according to The Hollywood Reporter, you won't have to wait until fall to see some of your favorites back on the small screen.
Glee, Lea Michele
Still floored that Rachel botched her big audition in this week's episode? (Its title, "Choke," was kind of a giveaway...) Freaking out that only a few episodes stand between you and the McKinley High graduation? You're not alone. At a Tuesday Glee panel, the show's cast and crew explained why hope is not lost for Rachel and teased what's to come before G-Day.
You will need tissues.
Closeted jock Dave Karofsky may have reached his darkest hour on Tuesday's episode of Glee, but actor Max Adler felt it was necessary because he says "it provides a message of hope."
[SPOILERS! The following interview contains references to major events from Tuesday's Glee episode, "On My Way."]
Knock knock. Who's there? Chelsea. Chelsea who?
No, make that Chelsea why? The answer to the question posed in NBC's squalid new sitcom Are You There, Chelsea? (8:30/7:30c) is "not really." Based on late-night spitfire Chelsea Handler's potty-mouthed party-girl memoirs — but dropping the Vodka from the title because that might be, you know, offensive — this smutty but toothless misfire puzzlingly reduces Handler to a supporting role: that of a mousy, whiny born-again sister to the fictional Chelsea, played by That '70s Show's Laura Prepon with a one-note husky-voiced crassness that grows stale long before the first scene (in a women's jail cell) ends with Glee's Dot Marie Jones leering at Chelsea. Which is maybe the only sexual advance Chelsea spurns. As long as she can be on top. Which she mentions a lot.
Everything you thought you knew about Season 3 of Glee is probably wrong.
Glee's Darren Criss talks Broadway, Marti Noxon, "unicorn dust" and graduation
At Sunday's Comic-Con panel for the popular Fox show, executive producers Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan clarified — or more specifically, dispelled — recent news and headlines about the show's future. To review:
Glee boss Ryan Murphy said Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith's characters are graduating from William McKinley and that the actors would not be back for Season 4. Falchuk says: Not necessarily true!
It looks like Roseanne Barr will be returning to her sitcom roots.
The actress is in talks to appear on NBC's midseason comedy, Are You There, Vodka? It's Me Chelsea, according to The Hollywood Reporter.