The cast of "Glee" was coping with a lot of loss this weekend.
As the actors supported co-star Becca Tobin in the recent death of her boyfriend, Matt Bendik, they were also marking the one-year anniversary of the death of star Cory Monteith.
If Cory Monteith had lived, he would have turned 32 on May 11.
But even in his absence, his girlfriend Lea Michele has commemorated the occasion by remembering Monteith as he was: a man with a "beautiful smile."
According to the Internet, Naya Rivera may or may not be done with "Glee."
Rumors have been circulating that the actress has been fired from the show and will be written off the series in this season's finale, but her rep says otherwise. (When CNN reached out to Fox about the reports the network declined to comment.)
Fox's "Glee" has sung its way to its 100th episode, and on Tuesday night it celebrated by bringing back old friends.
From guest stars Gwyneth Paltrow and Kristin Chenoweth to former series regulars Dianna Agron, Mark Salling, Harry Shum, Jr. and Heather Morris, episode "100" was like a walk down memory lane.
So why wasn't it a fun one?
After losing her boyfriend and co-star Cory Monteith last summer, Lea Michele channeled her emotions into song.
The singer/actress has said that the track "If You Say So" on her upcoming album, "Louder," is a deeply personal one, as it reflects on Monteith's passing. It's also one of the only songs that Monteith didn't get the chance to hear.
Isn't this just the cutest thing?
It looks like "Glee" is planning a special episode if star Lea Michele's Instagram account is to be believed. The actress recently shared some images of her and her co-stars with the puppet versions of themselves.
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