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'Glee' Cast & Crew React to Mark Salling's Death

The cast and crew of the beloved musical series Glee is speaking out to remember Mark Salling, who passed away today (January 30) from an apparent suicide.

This is the second death to rock the Glee family, following Cory Monteith‘s tragic death back in July 2013 from a drug overdose.

Matthew Morrison, Jane Lynch, and Jenna Ushkowitz are among the stars of the series who have commented on Mark‘s death so far.

Mark‘s death comes just over a month after he plead guilty for possession of child pornography. He was awaiting his sentencing, which was set to take place in March.

We will update this post when more cast members speak out to remember their late co-star.

Click inside to read what the cast is saying… More Here! »

Glee's Jane Lynch Reacts to Mark Salling's Death: 'It's Tragic'

Jane Lynch has made a statement about Mark Salling‘s death after news broke that he committed suicide at the age of 35 on Tuesday (January 30).

If you don’t know, Jane and Mark co-starred on all six seasons of Glee together.

“It’s sad. Very tragic,” the 57-year-old actress said (via TMZ) when she encountered paparazzi earlier today.

When asked how she would remember Mark, she responded, “As the guy who made that really sweet video at the beginning of Glee when he was so happy to be apart [of it.]”

“It’s tragic and I’m broken-hearted over it,” Jane continued.

That same day, Jane also retweeted Tim Davis, who worked behind-the-scenes on Glee. Tim tweeted, “Let me be clear. Having compassion for #MarkSalling in no way minimizes his crimes, nor does it minimize the pain and devastation of the victims of those crimes. I’m just saying stop adding to his family’s pain. This was their son. If you’re without sin, feel free to cast stones.”

Make sure to read what other members of the cast are saying in their tributes.

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Lea Michele Reveals Her Least Favorite 'Glee' Performance

Lea Michele made an appearance on Watch What Happens Live! and admitted her least favorite performance ever during her time on Glee.

“I think the worst was the ‘What Does the Fox Say?’ song, it was an Internet sensation song that we did with puppets, that was definitely my least favorite song we ever did. And I think the best was probably ‘Somebody to Love’ or’ Don’t Stop Believin.’ But ‘Gangnam Style’ was also probably a low point,” Lea told host Andy Cohen.

You may remember several weeks back, Ryan Murphy, the creator of the show, admitted one of the Glee performances still “mortifies” him.

Lea Michele Loves to Watch Old 'Glee' Episodes

Lea Michele wears a sheer white dress while stepping out for her interview at the BBC Breakfast Studio on Friday (April 21) in Manchester, England.

The 30-year-old entertainer is currently promoting her upcoming album Places, which is out next week.

In a new interview, Lea opened up about how she loves to watch old episode of Glee.

“Yeah, I think that everyone is so shocked when I say that,” Lea told PrideSource. “I’m shocked at people being shocked. I’m so proud of the work that we did. And I get that some people would be embarrassed to watch their own material. I understand that. But sometimes it’s so fun. I’ll be like, ‘Remember when we did that number?’ I think I watch it more because I can’t believe that we did it. It’s just to remind myself, ‘You did that. You did that! And that’s incredible. And you should be proud of it.’ It’s sort of inspiring for me.”

FYI: Lea is wearing a Philosophy dress and an Allsaints jacket.

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Ryan Murphy Was 'Mortified' By This 'Glee' Performance - Watch Now!

Ryan Murphy dished on so many topics while on Watch What Happens Live! on Wednesday (February 15).

At one point, Andy Cohen asked him what his least favorite Glee number was, and his answer may or may not shock you!

“I am mortified that we did ‘Gangsta Style’ by Psy. I will say, like, not our finest moment,” Ryan said, before being corrected that it’s actually titled “Gangnam Style.”

“I can’t believe I got that wrong,” he said. You’ll remember, the song was featured in season four of the show when McKinley High’s New Directions sang it for Sectionals.

Ryan was also asked about his least favorite season of American Horror Story, to which he responded, “Probably season four, Freak Show, because it was so hard for me to make.”

Click inside to watch Glee’s “Gangham Style” and Ryan’s interview….More Here! »

Lea Michele Has Mini 'Glee' Reunion at Becca Tobin's Wedding!

Lea Michele is enjoying her weekend with some of her old co-stars!

The 30-year-old Scream Queens actress took to Instagram Saturday afternoon (December 3) with several of her Glee co-stars – including Jane Lynch, Kevin McHale, and Jenna Ushkowitz.

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The Glee stars reunited for their former co-star Becca Tobin‘s wedding.

“Glee wedding <3″ Lea captioned the below pic.

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Ryan Murphy Talks Cory Monteith's Death: 'It Was Like Losing a Child'

Ryan Murphy is opening up about the death of his Glee star Cory Monteith in a new interview three years after the tragic loss.

The television producer talked about the last time he saw Cory, which was when the actor visited the set of The Normal Heart with girlfriend and co-star Lea Michele.

“We hugged, and the last thing he said was ‘I love you, man, and thank you for helping me get better.’ And then the next thing I knew he was dead. It was like losing a child,” Ryan told Entertainment Weekly.

“What started off as being such a great celebration of love and acceptance ultimately became about darkness and death,” Ryan added about moving on with the show after the death. “It was a great lesson in what not to do moving forward. And many of them are my good friends to this day.”

To read what Lea said about Ryan‘s support after the loss, visit JustJaredJR.com