If you were a 90s child (or just alive between 2009 and 2015, for that matter) there’s a large chance you loved Glee.
The American comedy-drama series, which was set in the most gloriously stereotypical high school you could imagine, took the world by storm with its catchy tunes and heartthrob plot lines.
But what happened when the music – and the show – stopped?
We know that tragedy struck main star Cory Monteith, who played the loveable Finn Hudson and died of a toxic combination of heroin and alcohol in July 2013. But what about his partner and former co-star, Lea Michele, and the other actors who made the weeknights of our tweens and teens so enjoyable?
Here’s what we know.
Since finding fame as die-hard theatre fan Rachel, the 31-year-old has gone on to pen a part-memoir, part-how to book Brunette Ambition, which landed her 3rd place on the The New York Times' bestseller list.
Between 2015 and 2016, Michele starred in Fox's comedy-horror series Scream Queens, for which she earned a People's Choice Award nomination for Favourite Actress in a New TV Series. In 2016, Michele did a mini tour of her second studio album.
In 2015, the actress moved into a US$2.9 million (AUD $4,129,890) mansion in Los Angeles' Brentwood.
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