Rest easy, Kurt Hummel fans. Contrary to a tweet that went out from Chris Colfer's account on Thursday, the actor's personal rep says he is not leaving Glee.
Major Crimes star Jonathan Del Arco spends a lot of time in the morgue to help the fictional detectives of the TNT drama series solve their problematic cases. But the actor is one of several Hollywood celebs lending their time and talents in an effort to solve an even bigger problem.
Del Arco is an honorary board member of the non-profit organization Welcome.us, which celebrates the United States rich immigrant heritage as a way to raise awareness about the ongoing political debate surrounding immigration reform. As part of June's Immigration Heritage Month, Del Arco and other actors, including Glee's Naya Rivera, The Vampire Diaries' Paul Wesley and Jamie-Lynn Sigler have created a series of PSAs to spread Welcome.us' message.
"We're addressing immigration in a holistic way," Del Arco tells TVGuide.com. "We're taking it out of the political circle and really addressing the social aspect of it....
David Letterman used some clever trickery to get Lea Michele to open up about the rumored drama between Michele and her Glee co-star Naya Rivera.
During Friday's Late Show, Letterman asked Michele about reports that she "knocked someone out" on the set, a rumor he completely made up in order to see how she'd respond.
20th Century Fox is finally setting the record straight about Naya Rivera's alleged firing from Glee.
"There is no truth to the rumor Naya has been fired from the show. She remains under contract to Glee,' the studio that produces the Fox musical drama said in a statement.
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The hits keep coming for Naya Rivera. And not the good kind.
After recently denying reports that the Glee actress was fired from the Fox hit, a rep for Rivera is now refuting Billboard.com's claim that she was dropped from Columbia Records as well.