The actor "has voluntarily admitted himself to a treatment facility for substance addiction," his rep tells PEOPLE. "He graciously asks for your respect and privacy as he takes the necessary steps towards recovery."
People caught up with Monteith's Glee co-star and girlfriend Lea Michele, who had this to say.
"I love and support Cory and will stand by him through this," she tells PEOPLE exclusively. "I am grateful and proud he made this decision." READ MORE
Jacob (Nico Tortorella) was not having a good day, on this week’s The Following. Since smothering BFF/sometimes lover Paul (Adan Canto), the cultist’s first kill, Jacob’s gone a bit mental.
He kept having vivid hallucinations of Paul wearing just a towel, telling him to kill Emma (Valorie Curry), Paul wearing just a towel, a brutally murdered Emma, and Paul wearing just a towel. Did I mention Shirtless Paul was back, and wearing just a towel much of the time?
Inside Maniac Mansion, Jacob kept scoffing at Emma’s overtures to explain about abandoning him and Paul. Their leader, Joe (James Purefoy) encouraged them to make amends. By the episode’s end, Jacob appeared to ignore his hallucinatory dead boyfriend's instructions and followed Joe’s advice. He and Emma fell back into bed together. READ MORE
I have never seen an episode of Fox's BONES, but I'll definitely be tuning in when Brandon Barash makes an upcoming appearance! The General Hospital alum has booked a guest-starring role on the hit procedural.
"I play Storm," said Barash,"a male stripper/murder suspect." READ MORE
Don’t expect former Fresh Prince of Bel-Air mom Janet Hubert to invite talk show host Wendy Williams over for a girl's brunch anytime soon. The All My Children and One Life to Live alum tore Williams a new one, after watching former onscreen daughter Tatyana Ali be grilled by Williams on her self-titled talk show, about what exactly made Hubert leave the 90’s sitcom. Hubert stated:
Wendy Williams, or whatever you are supposed to be, I’m not quite sure. I’m writing you yet again, to appeal to your sense of womanhood or manhood as some suggest. Please close your mouth about things that you know nothing of.
Now, I watched your show to see dear Tatyana Ali sadly to say, fall into your trap. She even brought pictures of our days on the show from the Fresh Prince of Bel Air. You know most people watch you just to see what heinous things your mouth will say compared to what an overflowing volcano will spew forth on that day. Now perhaps other black women have allowed you to berate them and continued to support you in this manner of madness and rewarding hatefulness. It seems to have become the norm and has taken over our society completely. But I, Janet Hubert, sat there and watched you tell the world that I was not a nice mother. I’m thinking to myself, the only person who has the right to say that is my child. So I sat there and watched you like some devilish sinkhole swallow up Tatyana Ali You reduced her to a child sitting their attempting to keep some semblance of dignity about her as you pried and invaded her life until you got what you wanted.
John Stamos’ career continues to explode this year. The General Hospital alum has landed a huge recurring role on USA Network's Necessary Roughness. Per Deadline, Stamos will appear in all 10 episodes of the show’s upcoming third season.
Stamos will play, Connor McClane, founder of a huge global entertainment and sports management conglomerate. McClane is determined to get Dr. Dani (Callie Thorne) to join his company after the success she’s had with the New York Hawks and their star player TK (Mehcad Brooks).
On this week’s The Following Joey awoke at Maniac Mansion with his father staring at him because that’s not creepy at all. Joe (James Purefoy) seemed touched to be in the same room with his son finally. He tried bonding with Joey, but was met with the silent treatment. Joe apologized for Claire’s absence, and promised to bring his mommy there. Emma (Valorie Curry) insisted Joey would come around once he knew Joe better.
Agent Donovan (Mike Colter) was put in charge of overseeing the Joe Carroll case, probably because the FBI was embarrassed at the ineptitude of their colleagues thus far. He made it clear he wasn’t a fan of Ryan’s (Kevin Bacon) free range (and torturing of suspects), since he’s only supposed to be a consultant. The fact the Donovan was doing his job, pissed everybody off. Ryan sulked, and made sure to give a lot of sass. READ MORE