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Chris Colfer, Cory Monteith, Lea Michele Not Leaving 'Glee'


Series' co-creator and executive producer Brad Falchuk told a Comic Con audience that three of Glee's stars, whom co-creator Ryan Murphy had said would be leaving at the end of the third season, would not be, Deadline reports:

“Here’s the exact thing: They’re seniors. They’re graduating. But that doesn’t mean they’re leaving the show," Falchuk said. "It was never our intention or plan to let these people go... They are not done with the show after this season.” Later on in the panel he revealed they had discussed the possibility of a spin-off show depicting the three graduates in New York, trying to start careers on Broadway, but that it probably wouldn’t happen and he was “leaning against doing it.”

Chord Overstreet will be leaving, however, of his own volition. “We told him to go with god,” Falchuk said.

A brief interview with some of the Glee cast including Harry Shum and Darren Criss, AFTER THE JUMP...

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News: Long Beach, Chord Overstreet, Israel, Newt Gingrich

 road Not everyone is happy with a Long Beach City Councilman's proposal to name a city park after Harvey Milk.

Chord  road Chord Overstreet loses the highlights in his hair.

 road The Jersey Shore invasion of Italy is now in full force.

 road There should be more school principals like the one at Kaneland High School in Illionis who has this to say about same-sex couples attending prom: “It’s like any civil rights movement. The issue starts pretty radically. Ten years ago, it was radical to have same-sex couples go to prom ... today there are absolutely no limitations.”

 road Congressman Paul Ryan will decide this week if he will run for Wisconsin's vacant Senate spot.

 road Gay Orthodox Jews demand acceptance in Israel: "The idea that one can be both gay and religious is catching on even at the fringes of Orthodoxy, a socially conservative, entrenched culture that prides itself on its differences from the modern secular world. Today, there are gay Orthodox prayer groups, support services and a large web presence.

 road Police officers suspected in serial killings on Long Island.

Newt  road Newt Gingrich defends his hypocritical stance on marriage on Meet The Press: "Every American has the right to ask these questions. I have made mistakes in my life. I have had to go to God for forgiveness and to seek reconciliation. And I ask them to look at who I am today."

 road After a couple of postponements, the shuttle Endeavor is set to blast off one last time tomorrow.

 road Archaeologist claims that a place in the Ural Mountains "may be one of the last [refuges] of the Neanderthals."

 road A new puppy joins the Beckham clan.

 road Batman gets into a scuffle on the Las Vegas strip.

 road New film reignites claims that Princess Diana was murdered by the British government.

Photo: Chris Colfer, Chord Overstreet, Mark Salling Nap Together


Gleek dreams.

Watch Lea Michele and Jonathan Groff perform Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" from tonight's episode, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Watch: Glee's Chord Overstreet Shows Ellen His Tight End


Glee's Chord Overstreet appears on Ellen today and spends much of the time discussing his shirtlessness, as well as the gold shorts he wore in the Rocky Horror episode, and how they got the attention of Elton John.


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News: St. Patrick's Day Parade, Chord Overstreet, Australia

 road Saint Patrick Day parade organizers in Boston banned gays and veterans from the event today. A second, more inclusive parade will follow the street sweepers who clean up as the first one winds down.

Chors  road Chord Overstreet goes for a dip.

 road Openly gay man to head the Federal Insurance Office. Michael McRaith, formerly the director of the Illinois Department of Insurance will also be the first person to lead the office which was created last year.

 road Bullet grazes Wyclef Jean in Haiti.

 road New Zealand gay community upset over the early release from prison of a man who brutally murdered a 14-year-old boy in an ant-gay attack in Wellington 11 years ago.

 road This is the kind of headline I enjoy reading: "Japanese Woman, Grandson Rescued After 9 Days Trapped In Rubble." Not this: "Japan Food Faces Radiation Hit."

 road Boeing's first 747-8 Intercontinental takes flight in Washington state.

 road Approval likely for top-level domain ".gay."

Julia  road Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard on her opposition to marriage equality: "If I was in a different walk of life, if I'd continued in the law and was partner of a law firm now, I would express the same view, that I think for our culture, for our heritage, the Marriage Act and marriage being between a man and a woman has a special status. Now, I know people might look at me and think that's something that they wouldn't necessarily expect me to say, but that is what I believe."

 road Click here for photos from last night's GLAAD Media Awards. I published a list of winners earlier today.

 road Tiger Woods' ex-wife Elin Nordgren splurges on a 17,000 square foot mansion in Palm Beach.

 road Joseph Gordon-Levitt cast as The Holiday Killer in upcoming film, The Dark Knight Rises.

 road Wilmer Valderrama does his best Guys With iPhones impression.

Glee-fcake: Chord Overstreet, Cory Monteith, and Matthew Morrison Disrobe for 'Rocky Horror' Show


If you aren't a fan of Rocky Horror, there was also a smorgasbord of male flesh (Gleefcake?) to look at in last night's Glee. Gawker has a wrap-up of the episode here, with clips. Vanity Fair has a re-cap too.

What's you all think of the episode?

Check out Sue's Corner, AFTER THE JUMP...





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