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Glee Season 5 Spoiler: Adam Lambert is WHOSE Nemesis?

We first heard about a month ago that Glee Season 5 had snagged American Idol Season 8 runner-up Adam Lambert for a potentially recurring role, and now we’re getting some new information about just what his mystery role will entail. Previously, all we knew is what Glee creator Ryan Murphy tweeted: That Adam is joining the cast of the show. On August 7, Chris Colfer (Kurt) offered a very juicy bit of scoop about the exact nature of Adam’s role. He’s going to be Kurt’s new rival in NYC! //

'Glee' Season 5: Lea Michele's first picture as Rachel Berry

"Glee" Season 5 might be a sad one for Rachel Berry. Much like the actress who plays that character, Lea Michele, Rachel will have to face the loss of a loved one, Fin (played by the recently deceased Cory Monteith). The first photo of Rachel in the new season may reflect that.Michele posted the image of herself in the character of Rachel late on Tuesday (Aug. 6). She tweeted the following caption to go along with the bittersweet view:"Feels so good to be home... #GleeSeason5"Since the image simply shows Rachel sitting alone in what looks to be her New York City apartment, the true meaning is up to interpretation. The girl does look sad, in that prim, Rachel Berry sort of way. With stark imagery and a complete sense of "alone," something is definitely wrong. Whether this is meant to convey Michele's -- and Rachel's -- grief or whether this is some other disappointment... //

'Glee': Lea Michele records 'beautiful and perfect' song for Season 5

Lea Michele is back at work on "Glee" Season 5, and she has already recorded her first song for the show. This is the first time Michele has recorded music for the show since the death of her co-star and boyfriend, Cory Monteith, in July.The actress shared the news of her "Glee" recording via Twitter on Monday (Aug. 5), first posting: "Thank you @alxanders & @AdamAnders for a great recording session today.. You guys are the best"Michele followed up with a second tweet that read:  "Couldn't have picked a more beautiful & perfect song to start the year with."Adam Anders, the executive music producer for "Glee," responded to Lea Michele's tweet, praising the actress and singer for her work in difficult circumstances: "@msleamichele you are the strongest person I know. That was truly amazing. Love you xoxo #leastrong"Similarly, Alex Anders, the show's vocal producer and recording engineer, found plenty about which to praise Michele: ... //

Naya Rivera’s First Single Features Boyfriend Big Sean — Listen to “Sorry”!

At last! We’ve known that Glee’s Naya Rivera (Santana) is working her debut album for over a year now. Naya’s been in the studio since last summer, so we knew it was only a matter of time before her debut single is officially released. Now, that time is finally here... but there’s a twist. Not only does Naya’s first single feature her sweet vocal styling, but her rap star boyfriend, Big Sean, is also featured on the track. On August 2, Naya tweeted a link to a preview of her debut single,... //

'Glee' Star Darren Criss Remembers Co-Star and Friend Cory Monteith (Video)

Darren Criss, who starred with Cory Monteith on "Glee," spoke about the actor's death for the first time on Thursday's "Conan." Criss said Monteith, who died on July 13 at age 31 of a heroin and alcohol overdose, was a "wonderful guy" and the cast and crew were "picking up the pieces" since losing him. Read More... //

Lea Michele Returns to Glee Following Cory Monteith's Death

  Lea Michele returned to work Friday, nearly three weeks after the death of her boyfriend and Glee co-star Cory Monteith . "First day of Glee today," Michele tweeted . "And at my first wardrobe fitting for Rachel Berry for Season Five! I've missed her so much." Read More...       //

'Glee' will end after Seasons 5 and 6

The show will go on at "Glee" -- but only for the next two years. According to FOX entertainment chairman Kevin Reilly, the musical series is set to end after Season 6 (planned for 2014-2015).Obviously, the recent death of star Cory Monteith is a factor in any discussion about the future of "Glee," but that might not be the main reason that "Glee" has an apparent end date. Reilly addressed the issue when talking to reporters at the 2013 TCA press tour and cited story reasons as the main motivation. "I would not anticipate it goes beyond two more seasons," Reilly explained. "Never say never, but there's two very clear arcs to get to there and conclude. If we discover a new crop of kids and there's some breakout, who knows? But right now, we're thinking two seasons."If done right, two more seasons would be just about enough to graduate the current batch of... //

Lea Michele Returns To 'Glee' Set

It's been a tough few weeks for the cast of "Glee," following the death of star Cory Monteith at the age of 31. But, with Lea Michele taking the lead, the show must go on. The actress tweeted today that she' back on set, getting fitted for her role as Rachel Berry. First day of glee today..And at my first wardrobe fitting for Rachel Berry for Season Five! I've missed her so much? — Lea Michele (@msleamichele) August 1, 2013 Also today, Fox president Kevin Reilly announced that Cory will be honored in a tribute episode dealing with drug addiction.   Let's all send good thoughts and well wishes to the cast as they reunite in the coming days for what are bound to be difficult episodes. //

Glee to Be Cancelled — But After Which Season? Fox Boss Says...

Glee is coming to an end. Yes, you read that correctly: The end is in sight. Fox president Kevin Reilly told reporters on August 1 that — barring unforeseen circumstances — the hit series will end afterSeasons 5 and 6. "I would not anticipate it going beyond two more seasons,"E! Online reports the Fox boss saying. "Look, never say never, but there's two very clear arcs to get to the end and conclude. If we discover a new crop of kids and there's some breakout in life, who knows? But right... //

'Glee' Season 5: Episode 3 will deal with Cory Monteith's death

"Glee" has made plans to deal with Cory Monteith's death in its third episode of the season -- but just how the show addresses it is still being worked out."The third episode will deal with the Finn Hudson character being written out of the show," FOX Entertainment chairman Kevin Reilly said Thursday (Aug. 1) at the TCA summer press tour. The story is still coming together, he says, but "it will deal directly with the incidents" that led to Monteith's death in early July.Reilly adds that the episode won't necessarily write out Finn by mirroring the real-life events of Monteith's death. He also says "Glee" creator Ryan Murphy and the cast will film some public service announcements that address addiction."You see some people struggling with addiction and it's clear. They're very easily put into a category. 'He was dark.' 'She was always a partier,'" Reilly says. "Cory was a big, open, wonderful life force. ...... //