ZACHARY QUINTO and JONATHAN GROFF have split up after over a year of dating, according to the latest Hollywood news.
Sadly, Zachary Quinto and “Glee” star Jonathan Groff have called it quits, almost one year after confirming their relationship.
The breakup was amicable and the two remain friends, with Quinto even showing up to support Groff during one of his most recent stage performances.
“Glee” star JANE LYNCH has officially filed for divorce against her wife, Dr. LARA EMBRY.
It’s finally happening…
According to TMZ, Sue Sylvester of “Glee” cited “irreconcilable differences and have separated from Embry since February.
According to the latest Hollywood news, openly gay “Glee” star JANE LYNCH has filed for divorce from her wife, Dr. LARA EMBRY.
After three years of marriage, the Emmy winner and her wife have sadly decided to go their separate ways.
Lynch, who is best known as cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester in the hit Fox show “Glee,” reveals the news to PEOPLE in a statement:
Recent entertainment news has learned that CHARICE PEMPENGCO has come out, admitting that “Yes, I’m a lesbian.”
Charice Pempengco, has bravely stepped out of the shadows and admitted to being gay.
The pint-sized vocal powerhouse, whose father was killed as she was becoming famous worldwide following appearances on “Oprah” and “Glee,” has been under intense speculation after she underwent a boyish makeover.
And earlier this week, she finally admitted her sexual identity on the Philippine national television show, “The Buzz.”
According to recent star news, CARLY RAE JEPSEN has just backed out of a concert for the Boy Scouts of America due to the group’s anti-gay stance.
Now that her music career has taken off (she’s already a Grammy nominee, unlike her discoverer Justin Bieber), Carly Rae Jepsen can afford to be a little picky when it comes to the audience she performs for.
Celebrity news has learned that ELLEN DEGENERES penned a hilarious letter to the U.S. Supreme Court for the legalization of gay marriage.
And in an attempt to sway their decision into the minority’s favor, the comedic host wrote an amusing—albeit moving—letter to the Supreme Court about why she thinks it should be considered.