Fresh off of a relaxing Mexican vacation with boyfriend Cory Monteith, actress Lea Michele looked flawless as she attended the 2013 FOX Upfront Presentation in New York on Monday (May 13). Dressed in a gorgeous pink asymmetrical Lela Rose dress with Jenni Kayne metallic heels, Lea stunned as she struck a pose for pictures.
Lea was at the event representing her hit FOX series Glee, which just ended its fourth season last week. The show is scheduled to begin its fifth season this fall, with a brief hiatus in the winter and returning for its final episodes in the spring.
At the event, Lea got to spend some time with her Glee cast mates, as she Tweeted “Such an amazing day today! So nice to see my Glee family and everyone in the Fox family as well!”
We LOVE Lea’s Upfront look! What do you think?
Some of the cast members for the upcoming fourth season of Glee were spotted in West Hollywood last night (July 23) as they hit up FOX’s All-Star Party.
Joining actors from the network, Lea Michele showed off a pretty braid on the red carpet as she arrived at the event alongside other season 4 regulars such as Darren Criss, Chris Colfer, Kevin McHale, Harry Shum Jr., and Chord Overstreet.
The newest additions to the cast, including Dean Geyer and Jacob Artist also made an appearance last night after the announcement came that they were being added to the show’s new season. Dean will be playing Rachel’s (Lea Michele) new love interest while Jacob will take on the role of Puck’s (Mark Salling) half-brother.
Can’t wait to see the new season!
As the third season of FOX’s hit show Glee starts to wrap up, more and more speculation has been arising on whether or not certain cast members who are graduating on the show will be done with their glee days or not.
While attending the FOX 2012 Programming Presentation on Monday evening, cast members such as Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, and Amber Riley revealed some juicy new spoilers hinting at what’s to come on the next season!
In the finale of this season, several of the cast members including Lea, Chris and Amber will be putting on their gown and caps to graduate from the hallways of McKinley High to head off to pursue their dreams. Does that mean they’re done with the show? Not necessarily! Amber revealed that some cast members will be followed to New York, making it “two shows within a show.”.
Can fans expect to see the loveable couple Rachel and Finn take on New York together? Maybe, or maybe not! Lea Michele admitted that the couple will leave off this season with a huge cliffhanger! Uh oh!
Another fan favorite couple Kurt and Blaine will also be experiencing some ups and downs in their relationship for the big finale. “They are going to zig and zag.” says Chris Colfer.
The finale episode of season three wil air next Tuesday (May 22) on FOX!
Check out the official movie trailer for the upcoming Glee 3D Movie. The movie will be in theaters for only 2 weeks and features an exclusive look backstage and at some performances from the smash hit Glee tour! The movie is set to open on August 12th.
The cast of Glee are also hard at work preparing brand new episodes for their upcoming third season, which will premiere on FOX this fall!
Canadian actor Cory Monteith has revealed to Parade Magazine that he is nothing like his television character on Glee. In fact, Cory faced many problems as a young man before he broke into show business. Check out what Cory had to say in the article:
The actor grew up in Victoria, British Columbia, feeling like an outsider. His parents divorced when he was 7, and by 13, Monteith—once a promising student who at age 5 could read at a fourth-grade level—was skipping school to get drunk and smoke pot. Monteith estimates that by the age of 16, when he quit for good, he had attended 12 different schools, including alternative programs for troubled teens. “I burned a lot of bridges,” he says. “I was out of control.”
At that point, so was his drug use. Monteith admits, “Anything and everything, as much as possible,” he says. “I had a serious problem.”
Afraid that he “could die,” his mother and a group of friends staged an intervention when he was 19. “That’s when I first went to rehab. I did the stint but then went back to doing exactly what I left off doing.” Monteith might have continued down that path if not for what he calls “the crystallizing event.”
“I stole a significant amount of money from a family member,” he admits. “I knew I was going to get caught, but I was so desperate I didn’t care. It was a cry for help. I was confronted and I said, ‘Yeah, it was me.’ It was the first honorable, truthful thing that had come out of my mouth in years.”
He was given an ultimatum: Get clean, or the family member would report him to the police and press charges. Although it wasn’t the first time Monteith had taken something that didn’t belong to him (“A lot of things went missing when I was around; I had high overhead to take care of ”), up until that point he had avoided prosecution.
“I was done fighting myself,” he recalls of his turning point. “I finally said, ‘I’m gonna start looking at my life and figure out why I’m doing this.’”
Monteith moved in with a family friend in the small Canadian city of Nanaimo, where he quit using drugs, got a job as a roofer and began the process of rebuilding his life. He worked with an acting coach who put Monteith in front of the camera to do a scene about a guy contemplating suicide. It was a life-altering moment for Monteith, the first time he’d felt the satisfaction of “working hard and being good at something.”
The perspective Monteith has gained is part of the reason he is choosing to speak out about his past now. He tells PARADE, “I don’t want kids to think it’s okay to drop out of school and get high, and they’ll be famous actors, too. … But for those people who might give up: Get real about what you want and go after it. If I can, anyone can.”
Along with career success have come personal victories. This spring, Monteith received a high school diploma from an alternative school he attended in Victoria, British Columbia. And in late 2009, he reunited with his father for the first time in 17 years. “We’d spoken maybe three or four times were so happy they were almost crying. It was a good time. At some point, you realize your parents are human. They make the best decisions they can with the options available to them.”
Be sure to pick up the latest issue of Parade Magazine for more on Cory!
Some of the cast of FOX’s hit series Glee stepped out in New York City last night to attend the 2011 FOX Upfront event. At the event, actor Chord Overstreet showed off his darker hair style along with some glasses as he walked the red carpet with co-stars Cory Monteith and Jenna Ushkowitz. The cast are currently prepping for their summer tour after having just wrapped up the season 2 finale in New York, where the glee club will be competing at nationals.
Be sure to tune into FOX on Tuesday nights to catch Glee!Pictures: Getty
While filming a new episode for their hit FOX show Glee, actresses Lea Michele, Dianna Agron, Jenna Ushkowitz, Heather Morris, and Ashley Fink were all seen in good spirits on set. The cast of the show spent their day (April 25th) in Times Square in New York where they filmed musical numbers for their big Nationals episode.
Be sure to tune into FOX tomorrow evening (April 26th) for a special 90-minute episode called Born This Way, which will feature the cast singing the hit song by Lady Gaga!Pictures: FlyNet
Glee goddess Lea Michele was all smiles last night as she arrived in Los Angeles with boyfriend Theo Stockman. Dressed in a fashionable jacket and shades, Lea stopped to sign some autographs for awaiting fans as she and Theo made their way out of the LAX airport.
Be sure to catch Lea in Glee when it returns on Tuesday April 12th on FOX!Pictures: FlyNet
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