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  • Is Dianna Agron leaving ‘Glee’? Jane Lynch says so

    Is Dianna Agron graduating among McKinley High’s class of 2012, or has Jane Lynch slipped a false lead in order to attract more viewers for the “Glee” season three finale?
    Rumor has it, thanks to Jane Lynch, that the “Glee” beauty Quinn may not be returning for season four of the hit Fox show.
    “It caught me by surprise. It was kind of emotional doing my last scene with Dianna, and it really just caught me by surprise at how moving it was. She is just amazing and just a really nice person too. It was like saying goodbye to Dianna, which is a sad thing to do,” Lynch dropped in an “E! News” interview at the TV Academy Glee Event on Monday night.
    Perhaps, like her character, Coach Sue Sylvester, Jane is just trying to draw in more viewers because of recent “Glee” rating drops. All I know is that I’m not ready to lose prime time TV’s favorite Jewish sweetheart.
    Watch the video after the jump. More ▸

  • Dianna Agron might play little Carrie Bradshaw

    After the HBO series “Sex and the City” went off the air, hormonal twenty-somethings everywhere wept over cosmos and tripped over Manolos, wondering how life could go on without Carrie Bradshaw. Thankfully, the shoe-loving, man-eating writer is back … in her pre-pubescent form, at least. The CW network has decided to turn Candace Bushnell’s “The… More ▸

  • Congrats to the tribe members nominated for Golden Globes!

    The Golden Globe nominees were announced today, and once again the Jews really just dominate that shiz. Below is the list of nominations that are Jewishly inspired, whether through actors, directors, or just general holiness. Mazal tov, kiddos!         Best Motion Picture: Drama –          Moneyball (Jonah Hill and Aaron Sorkin) Best Motion… More ▸

  • Jewish celebrities and peers react to Steve Jobs’ death

    Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ death Wednesday night triggered a wave oc condolence messages and tweets. We’ve collected some of the big ones written by Jewish celebrities and Jobs’ technology peers. “Steve, thank you for being a mentor and a friend. Thanks for showing that what you build can change the world. I will miss you.”… More ▸

  • Emmys roundup

    Last night the Emmys were awarded in Los Angeles and all of television glitterati (and a lot of film stars since the distinction between television and movie stars has steadily blurred over the past decade) showed up to demonstrate their best acting skills by pretending to be entertained by the evening’s proceedings.
    Even Charlie Sheen was on hand to present the award for Lead Actor in a Comedy Series. But before he got started listing the nominees, he needed to do some penance. (We are getting close to Rosh Hashanah, after all.) “Before I present Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, my old category,” he began, “I want to take a moment to get something off my chest and say a few words to verybody here from Two and a Half Men. From the bottom of my heart, I wish you nothing but the best for this upcoming season. We spent eight wonderful years together and I know you will continue to make great television.”
    Just like that bit of faux sincerity, the rest of the show felt forced and poorly scripted. Yet unlike every other armchair critic out there, I’m not going to make this post about how dreadful the show was because this was hardly a surprise. The Emmys are unwatchable virtually every year. We’d all be better entertained watching C-SPAN. Book TV anyone?
    Now onto the awards. More ▸

  • Dianna Agron flaunts it

    It’s out of the cheerleading uniform and into a sequined body suit and heavy eye makeup for Glee’s Dianna Agron in a photo spread for “Flaunt Magazine” where she shows her “serious” and “sophisticated” side to Hollywood casting directors. Oh, and she also got a haircut. Agron is best known for her character “Quinn Fabray”… More ▸