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Hey Lea Michele, is that bob for real? If it is, we think the actress made a good choice: The flouncy, face-framing look that she sported while hanging with co-star Becca Tobin on the Glee set is a refreshing, unexpected change from her normally back-grazing locks. That said, this could easily be a faux bob, which celebs including Kate Upton (the model's pinned bob fooled even us!), Taylor Swift and Amber Heard have experimented with on and off the red carpet. But Lea's snapshot, which she regrammed from Tobin's Instagram page, could also be a trick of the eye. Seriously—what if Lea's locks are just hiding behind her shoulders? Either way, the actress has given us a pretty good idea of »
The ratings for Glee saw a huge drop last season. Fox announced that season six would be the final season and there would be just 13 episodes -- that would run on Friday nights. How times have changed for this former hit series. Will the ratings surge upward for the final season or, will they continue to dwindle downward? Stay tuned to find out.
The final season of Glee begins as Rachel (Lea Michele) returns home to Lima following the incredibly quick cancellation of her TV show. She finds that Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) has banished the arts from McKinley High. Other regular cast members this season are Chris Colfer, Darren Criss, Kevin McHale, Matthew Morrison, Chord Overstreet, Amber Riley, and Dot-Marie Jones. Set to return as guests are Jenna Ushkowitz, Dianna Agron, Mark Salling, Jayma Mays, Naya Rivera, Heather Morris, Becca Tobin, Harry Shum Jr., Alex Newell, »
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