The internet is doing a lot this week.
Melissa McCarthy voiced the character DNAmy on Kim Possible.
From the man behind one of the biggest earworms of the year, to the woman we all wanted justice for in 2016, to, of course, Chris Pratt.
She’s appeared onscreen for nearly three decades and starred on one of TV’s most popular shows. She’s been an obsession of tabloids and fans. But if you think you know Naya Rivera, think again.
"Who gives a crap what all the other peasants think?"
If you don't follow her, you totally should.
"I could offer you a warm embrace to make you feel my love." Annnd I'm sobbing.
Many of these actors got their start on the Fox series. See how they've grown up after six seasons and more than 700 musical performances.
In its sixth and final season, the Fox series is queerer than it's ever been, proving the one constant throughout the show has been celebrating difference.
Idina Menzel/Shelby Corcoran would be proud.
The PSA, airing first on BuzzFeed, is a journey that keeps you guessing about what unites the diverse group of people in New York City.
For the first time, the studio behind Glee sets the record straight about Naya Rivera's rumored axing.
Glee's Naya Rivera is the most excited Raiders fan ever during this excellent celebratory GIF.
THIS IS BIG NEWS, EVERYONE.
If you don't love Naya Rivera, you totally should. Here's why:
Season 4 of Fox's musical dramedy split its time between Lima, Ohio and the bright lights of New York City — to varying degrees of success. Here's how the episodes stack up.
Not the coolest kid in school? Neither were these famous people and now they're super cool.
The TV stars bared all for the magazine's "Look Better Naked" issue. Mission accomplished.
Now nearing the end of its fourth season, Glee is actually a lot of fun.
"Come to Uncle Jesse!" Here's John Stamos auctioning off his supple lips for $5,000 at the GLAAD Media Awards.