The 29-year-old actress has published a tell-all book, Sorry Not Sorry, chronicling the roughly quarter of a century between her first major role as Hillary on Eddie Murphy’s The Royal Family to her time on Ryan Murphy’s musical extravaganza Glee.For a working actor, she’s refreshingly upfront, talking about fights on Glee, her philandering exes Big Sean and Mark Salling, her struggles with anorexia, her boob job, her abortion, and her marriage to her husband, Pitch’s Ryan Dorsey. Rivera landed her first major role when she was 5 years old on CBS’s The Royal Family, created by Eddie Murphy and starring Della Reese and Redd Foxx.that the couple went their separate ways "a few weeks ago" after dating for nine months.Despite calling time on their relationship, the pair appear to have chosen to remain close and were recently seen having lunch together in LA.From 2006 to 2007, Agron had recurring roles on Veronica Mars as Jenny Budosh, and Heroes as Debbie Marshall.In 2009, Agron was cast as Quinn Fabray on the Fox musical comedy-drama series Glee.Here at Vulture, we’ve read the book and culled the best moments from it. Rivera played the youngest grandchild, Hillary, and she says Foxx would tell people he was actually her grandfather, and she even started to believe him.
Until this recent confirmation, Darren had been mum on the relationship, but the two had been spotted out together a lot. (Mike) and his relationship with dancer and actress Shelby Rabara so far, but did refer to her as “his lovely girlfriend” when the duo attened a show together back in December 2011.
Naya Rivera, known to viewers as the acid-tongued mean girl Santana from Glee, is also known to tabloid readers as an acid-tongued mean girl who allegedly keyed Mark Salling’s Lexus.
But she’s here to set the record straight: He didn’t have a Lexus!
At the same time, Jacob Artist, Melissa Benoist, Blake Jenner, Alex Newell and Becca Tobin were promoted to the main cast and are credited as such for the season, though they appear only in the first thirteen of the twenty episodes, after which New Directions is disbanded and the series shifts to the glee club alumni in New York City for the remainder of the season.
The sixth and final season's main cast was reduced to nine: Colfer, Criss, Lynch, Mc Hale, Michele, Morrison and Overstreet continued from the previous season, Riley returned to the main cast, and Dot-Marie Jones as football coach Shannon Beiste was promoted to it.