Chris Colfer NOT Fired From Glee; Manager Says Twitter Hacked [UPDATE]


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Chris Colfer has NOT been fired from “Glee” after all.

On Thursday, the actor’s Twitter account sent the message, “Due to personal issues, I have been let go from the cast of GLEE. Explanations will come shortly.”

But Colfer’s manager tells Gossip Cop they believe he was hacked — and that he IS returning for the show’s sixth and final season.

Gossip Cop has reached out for additional clarification on what, exactly, happened.

We will have updates.

Are you happy that Colfer is apparently coming back to the show after all?

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VIDEO: Meet “Living Doll” Woman Who Wants To Be Barbie



Meet real-life doll Alina Kovalevskaya.

The 21-year-old from Odessa, Ukraine has became a YouTube sensation with her unusual look, which she claims to have achieved without plastic surgery.

Kovalevskaya stays out of the sun to preserve her porcelain complexion, wears special contact lenses that make it seem like she has giant staring eyes, grew out meter-long hair, and dresses like a princess.

She says, “I look like a doll. I like big eyes, little nose, small plump lips.”

In interviews, she references Barbie as an inspiration.

Oh, and Kovalevskaya feuds with a different famous “living doll” from the city.

Check out the video below, and tell us what you think.


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Louis Zamperini, World War II Hero Whose Amazing Story Led to Unbroken, Dies at 97


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Louis Zamperini, the Olympian and World War II hero whose incredible story of survival after a crash into the Pacific Ocean and through years of torture in Japanese prison camps inspired millions, has died.

He was 97.

His family says Zamperini had been battling a case of pneumonia.

Universal Pictures, which is releasing Angelina Jolie’s upcoming movie adaptation of Unbroken, the bestselling book that told Zamperini’s story, confirmed the death on Thursday.

“[He] peacefully passed away in the presence of his entire family, leaving behind a legacy that has touched so many lives,” said the studio. “His indomitable courage and fighting spirit were never more apparent than in these last days.”

It added, “We are so profoundly sad at this moment, and all of our thoughts and prayers are with the Zamperini family. Louis was truly one of a kind. He lived the most remarkable life, not because of the many unbelievable incidents that marked his near century’s worth of years, but because of the spirit with which he faced every one of them.”

“It is a loss impossible to describe,” said Angelina Jolie in her own statement. “We are all so grateful for how enriched our lives are for having known him. We will miss him terribly.”

A star runner at the University of Southern California, Zamperini went on to compete in the 1936 Berlin Olympics.

When war broke out, he served as a bombardier in the U.S. Army Air Forces.

After Zamperini’s bomber went down in the ocean during a reconnaissance mission, he spent 47 days drifting in shark-infested waters before being captured by enemy Japanese forces.

He spent more than two years as a tortured prisoner of war.

Unbroken hits theaters in December.

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