Lea Michele takes the plunge while stepping out at the Family Equality Council’s Los Angeles Awards Dinner held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday (February 28) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The 28-year-old actress was joined by her Glee co-stars Darren Criss, Chord Overstreet, Alex Newell, Becca Tobin, Dot Marie Jones, Jenna Ushkowitz, Harry Shum Jr, and creator Ryan Murphy.
The cast recently said goodbye to filming the show for good, but took the stage one last time to perform for a great cause.
“So excited for tonight’s Family Equality Council Event! And so honored to be singing tonight for such an important cause! #FamilyEquality,” Lea tweeted.
FYI: Becca is wearing a Three Floor Dress.
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Darren Criss doesn’t just star in Glee anymore, he’s one of the songwriters!
The 28-year-old actor has become the first castmember to write tracks for the series, THR reports.
Darren joined friends Theo Katzman, Sam Hollander, Andrew Thielk, Eddie Montilla and Korey Richmond for “Rise” which was specifically written with the goal of having it featured on Glee — just when was the question.
When Darren read the upcoming episode “The Rise & Fall of Sue Sylvester”, he realized that the song fit. The track will debut on the March 6th episode.
His other song, “This Time” will be performed by Lea Michele in the series finale.
Spencer (Marshall Williams) turns on the charm in this new still from tonight’s Glee.
In “Child Star”, Despite their obvious differences, gleeks Roderick (Noah Guthrie) and Spencer discover they have something in common…they each need the other’s help to overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles. While the doughy Roderick is in desperate straits trying to measure up to the rigorous physical standards Sue (Jane Lynch) demands of her students, Spencer is equally desperate to catch the eye of Roderick’s bookish lab partner, who seems utterly unimpressed with the gay jock.
Meanwhile, Mason (Billy Lewis Jr.) grows increasingly frustrated when his attempts to flirt with Jane (Samantha Ware) are constantly being thwarted by his dominant and controlling twin sister, Madison (Laura Dreyfuss), forcing him to finally stand up for himself, with unexpected results.
“Child Star” airs TONIGHT @ 9PM ET/PT on Fox.
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!
Whoa! Did Jane Lynch just spoil us for the Glee series finale?
While speaking with Nick Lachey on VH1’s Big Morning Buzz Live, the 54-year-old actress opened up about the upcoming finale and revealed what’s going to happen and even the final song!
According to Jane, the group goes back in time in one of the episodes to 2009 at the time of the pilot, and then forward in the future 5 years to 2020.
“I don’t know if I’ll get in trouble for saying that,” Jane added after revealing the title of the final song – “I Lived”.
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Lea Michele carries a memento of her late boyfriend Cory Montieth while leaving the set of Glee for the very last time on Sunday (February 22) in Los Angeles.
The 28-year-old actress shared the photo on Twitter, writing, “One last thing. <3″
Of course, it was the football jersey that once belonged to Cory‘s character Finn before he died.
In case you missed them, check out tons more photos of the cast from their last day on set!
Oh, and enter now for a chance see the cast perform for the last time ever at the upcoming Family Equality Council L.A. awards dinner!
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Lea Michele is taking on Ariana Grande in the upcoming episode of Glee and we have your exclusive first listen of “Break Free” right here on JJJ!
This week’s all new episode will be revolving around a high-strung, demanding tween (J.J. Totah) who requests that the members of New Directions perform at his Bar Mitzvah, and the glee club must band together for its first public performance.
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Make sure to tune in on Friday (February 27) at 9/8c on Fox and check out stills from the episode in the gallery below!
JJJ is in tears — it’s officially the last day on Glee and the stars are making us ball like babies!
Read the stars goodbye tweets below:
Lea Michele: “I can’t believe tomorrow is our last day at glee. It is going to be such an emotional day. But I’m so grateful though to have had this incredibly amazing experience. Thank you so much to all of our amazing Gleeks who supported us so much! I love you guys. We were so lucky to have had the most amazing crew who worked so hard everyday to make the show amazing. I’m so grateful for them. So thank you all again so much from the bottom of my heart. I will miss Rachel Berry so very much.” (Twitter)
Kevin McHale: “Thanks for letting me play Artie for the last 6 years. Thanks for coming to the tours, thanks for find your voice and helping us find ours. Thanks for being proud of who you are. Thanks for singing. Thanks for the [love].Thanks for hate ;) We couldn’t have done this without all of u. And most of all thanks to all the wonderful family I have made the last 6 years on Glee. Crew & cast. I have the best friends I’ve ever had. Also, I’m definitely gonna be late to work today because I reject this day and refuse for it to happen. BARE WITH ME.” (Twitter)
Becca Tobin: “Heading to our very last day of shooting #Glee. Wow. What a ride! We are saying goodbye to Glee today so I wanted to post a few of my favorite pics from over the years.” (Instagram)
Amber Riley: “Just got my last call time for #glee tomorrow ???? I don’t know if I’m gonna be able to sleep tonight lol I’m gonna try! Goodnight.” (Twitter)
Darren Criss: “So many things goin down in Gleeland. Last night I got TV married, and today…today is my last day of working on #Glee. Along with the entire cast, crew, and production team. It has been the privilege of a lifetime…Thank you all for your enthusiasm, your hard work, and your kindness. I’m so proud and feel so fortunate to have been a part of this family. And to our beloved #Gleeks- you changed our lives as much as you think we changed yours… Thank you for supporting us all these years-We[love]u.” (Twitter)