Naya Rivera was old-school glam at the 2011 Paleyfest in Beverly Hills. Her Alice and Olivia tie blouse and high-waisted American Apparel pants looked adorable, while her turquoise peep-toe pumps added a pop of color to her monochromatic ensemble. Shop now to get Naya's exact top and other like items to copy her retro look.
Earlier this year, we learned that Sephora by OPI would be launching a Glee-inspired nail polish collection. Well, guess what? It has officially arrived. Last week, Glee's Naya Rivera (who plays Santana Lopez, the spirited girl-from-the-wrong-side-of-town) launched the new collection at Sephora's Century City location in LA. To find out her favorite color from the line and more, just read on.
All the Glee girls got glam for the Grammy Awards tonight. Jenna Ushkowitz opted for feminine tulle, Lea Michele went the sexy route in black, Amber Riley showed off her funky flair in a strapless print number, Dianna Agron worked a Vivienne Westwood LBD, and Naya Rivera played with a sassy high-low hemline. No doubt, they all look gorgeous, but only one can be most Fab — who's it going to be? Cast your vote now!
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There were many lovely gowns on the red carpet at last night's Screen Actors Guild Awards in LA, ranging from the bold whites to the belted and those with lots of lace. Mila Kunis's Alexander McQueen dress seems to be your favorite from the evening, but as always a few of the ensembles fell short of the stylish mark. So, take a look at the options below and tell us — who do you think was worst dressed at the SAGs?
Lea Michele, Heather Morris, Dianna Agron, and many of their Glee costars were decked out as zombies to film in LA yesterday. The McKinley kids underwent a huge transformation for their epic post-Super Bowl episode, which is an homage to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" — check out Buzz's sneak peek of their ghoulish song and dance routine. In addition to their costumes and makeup, there's more excitement to come this season from the show's creator, Ryan Murphy, with planned cameos from Oscar cohost Anne Hathaway and fan favorite Gwyneth Paltrow. Many cast members were back to work after a weekend jaunt to Las Vegas, where birthday girl Naya Rivera celebrated her big day and apparently got cozy with star quarterback Chord Overstreet. Dianna missed out on the wild times, though, to stay behind in California for her I Am Number Four's press junket.
Celebrities work hard to look that good, and they aren't shy about showing it. At every awards gala, stars show up in off-the-shoulder or strapless looks to play up those perfectly cut biceps, and we love guessing who they belong to. Do you know who has the best toned arms in town? Take this quiz and find out!
If you can't wait until Glee's return, you can still watch Heather Morris, Cory Monteith, Matthew Morrison, Naya Rivera, and Harry Shum Jr. get down in this latest video from Funny or Die. Set to the tune of Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg's "Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang," Morris spits lyrics alongside her fellow cast members. As an added bonus, Modern Family's Sofia Vergara appears wearing a Sue Sylvester tracksuit and sharing her love for Jane Lynch (hmm, a reference perhaps to costar Ed O'Neill's Emmy comments?). My verdict: any video that features Monteith trying to do the robot is well worth watching. Watch, and listen for the many references to Morrison's abs. You know they had to.
Between winning sectionals and tonight's Christmas episode, the kids of New Directions are keeping busy this holiday season — and their alter egos are keeping busy with side projects as well. A quick rundown: Lea Michele will appear in Garry Marshall's New Year's Eve, Mark Salling has his solo music career, Cory Monteith recently joined a workplace comedy, and Dianna Agron has I Am Number Four ready to hit theaters. But not to be outdone,
Kurt Chris Colfer will now star in a big screen film of his own.
The actor will reportedly topline the indie comedy Struck by Lightning. What's even more impressive: Colfer wrote the script himself! While we don't know many details about the project, it's said to be a coming-of-age story in the vein of John Hughes.
Not to pick favorites, but Colfer has always been one of the Gleeks I love most, and he's obviously talented (need I remind you of his Emmy nomination?). I can't wait to see him stretch himself outside of Glee like the rest of his castmates. It does beg one question, however: who will fare best? Obviously the series will come to a close eventually, and its actors will move on with their careers, so who do you see having the most longevity?
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