Today (July 13) marks two years since the death of Cory Monteith, and his former Glee co-stars have posted various social tributes online to honor the late actor.
Artie might be coming to 'X Factor!' Simon Cowell has Britney Spears and Demi Lovato on the judging panel for Season 2 of the show, but he's still searching for a new host (or two) to replace Steve Jones. A new report suggests that 'Glee' star Kevin McHale is in the running for the host duties.
Demi Lovato was confirmed as the host of the 2012 Teen Choice Awards, taking the baton from last year's host, Kaley Cuoco of 'The Big Bang Theory.' Even after FOX released a solo promo pic of the 'Give Your Heart a Break' singer and 'X Factor' judge, it was announced that she would be getting an assist. 'Glee' actor Kevin McHale, who plays wheelchair-bound Artie, will serve as Lovato's co-host.
Kevin McHale rolls with the punches as wheelchair-bound Artie on 'Glee.' His character is the embodiment of adaptability, which was the theme on tonight's (July 3) episode of 'The Glee Project.' It made perfect sense that McHale was the mentor on a tough episode where the hopefuls were given little-to-no prep time and were hit with tons of surprises.
We're amped up about Helen Mirren's appearance on 'Glee' next week, and apparently, she was pretty excited to check out the show, too. In a new interview with OK!, the 66-year-old British actress dished on her visit to the set ... and even spilled that she's got a favorite 'Glee' character.
While his character on 'Glee' may be most comfortable in black rimmed glasses and bow ties, Kevin McHale's off screen style is much more bold, leading Billboard to call him the most fashionable of the cast. If that comes as a surprise to you, you're not alone -- his castmates were taken aback at first too!
Kevin McHale -- you know him as Artie Abrams on 'Glee' -- recently opened up about his wheelchair-bound character's storylines on Season 3 of 'Glee.' He shared a wealth of info with Billboard, revealing that there will be no Artie solos in the near future, but that he does turn into a dictatorial director.
Kevin McHale helps kids face tough teenage problems week after week as his character Artie on 'Glee.' Now, the 23-year-old entertainer has joined hands with The Trevor Project's new 'Talk to Me' campaign to bring his assistance off the small screen. The "campaign for conversation" is pushing outward as part of the National Suicide Prevention Week, which runs September 4-10.