They got engaged after just six months of dating, and now, Naya Rivera and Big Sean are rethinking their fast track to the altar. In fact, the Glee star has put all wedding plans on hold because her rapper beau has admitted to being unfaithful.Insiders tell Star that after the 26-year-old popped the question in October, his playboy ways did not subside, and he suddenly got cold feet. “It was too much, too fast for him,” a source spills.Now, Naya’s inner circle is urging her to break things off for good, but the actress refuses to give up so easily. “She’s already picked out a wedding dress and doesn’t want it all to be for nothing,” a pal says. “She’s in denial.”
McKinley High will once and for all say farewell to New Directions on Tuesday when Glee's two-part 100th episode closes the doors on its Ohio-set story line for the season.
"Knowing where you’re going to end up is one of the best creative tools," co-creator/EP Ian Brennan tells The Hollywood Reporter. “I feel a creative renewal among us, not only changing locations but also seeing these characters as adults. They’re half kids and half adults and that’s the dynamic of what it feels like to leave the nest. That has been really exciting this season and we’ll get more and more exciting as we move into season six.”
As part of Glee's move East, Brennan says the goal for season six is to bring the show back to its roots. “The more familiar faces, the better we're going to be able to tell that last season of the story,” he notes. “Everybody is everywhere, which is crazy and it's good because everyone is successful and it's a sign of a good show. I want all of them around all the time and to never leave.”
Meanwhile, the show is still debating whether it’s too soon to give star Lea Michele's Rachel Berry a new love interest after the passing of Cory Monteith and his alter-ego, Finn Hudson. “It’s tricky. I still think that’s in flux,” Brennan says. “We know the direction we want to take it but it’s going to be a growing concern feeling that out as to when that’s appropriate, whether that is even germane. We were just talking about how Finn and Rachel is the closest relationship on the show and that remains even after Cory and Finn’s death. That’s heavy on our hearts all the time and it’s important to keep that central to not only the character, but the show. What you do on the outskirts of that is fine but it always have to do service to that relationship.”
To celebrate the show’s big achievement, The Hollywood Reporter hit the red carpet at Glee's 100-episode party in Hollywood to quiz the cast on their favorite milestones and preview what's ahead when the Fox musical shifts its focus to New York.