Chord Overstreet has played Sam on Glee since Season 2. As the show airs its final season, learn more about the 25-year-old Nashville native.
Glee’s Lea Michele is dating model Matthew Paetz, who was reported to be an escort. They are living together and in January, were spotted at a Golden Globes after-party.
Here’s a list of the new characters that will be taking over the sixth season of Glee!
Joe Monteith, Cory Monteith’s father, spoke out about his son’s death one year after the Glee star was found dead in a Vancouver hotel room from a drug overdose.
Darren Criss has enjoyed breakout success as Blaine Anderson on “Glee.” The multi-talented singer and actor will definitely be a name to watch as the show comes to end next season.
Naya Rivera is breaking hearts and ruining friendships on “Glee.” However, her voice helps the audience forget her faults. Meet the rising star who plays fan-favorite Santana Lopez.
Lea Michele gives her debut performance of her song “Cannonball” on the Ellen show in addition to opening up about Cory Monteith’s death.
Lea Michele reveals how she grieves the loss of Cory Monteith, how she deals with his death, and how he’s influenced her music on the Ellen show.
Amber Riley, who’s currently on “Dancing With the Stars,” pays tribute to Cory Monteith by singing “I’ll Stand By You” on Glee’s episode titled The Quarterback.
Mark Salling remembers Cory Monteith as his character sings the song “No Surrender” to pay tribute to character Finn Hudson on Glee’s “The Quarterback.”
Lea Michele sings “Make You Feel My Love” in a very emotional performance on the Cory Monteith tribute episode for “Glee.” It was a tearful farewell to Finn.
Cory Monteith is remembered by Chord Overstreet, Kevin McHale, and the cast of ‘Glee’ as they bid farewell to character Finn Hudson on episode The Quarterback.
“Seasons of Love” was a great addition to the Cory Monteith tribute episode of Glee as the whole cast joins in to remember their friend and cast member.
Lea Michele finally opens up about Glee’s tribute episode for Cory Monteith titled “The Quarterback.” Read on for the touching interview.
When they’re not spreading hatred at soldiers’ funerals, the “church” members apparently watch award shows.