Glee Shakeup the Talk of the Emmy Nominations

Glee Shakeup the Talk of the Emmy Nominations

It's a Glee shakeup!

Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy tells the The Hollywood Reporter that the show's three biggest stars—Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, and Chris Colfer—are leaving at the end of next season.

The news was the hot topic at the Emmy nominations presentation.

As the Glee shakeup was announced, the series and some of its stars received accolades in form of Emmy nominations.

Colfer was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series and Jane Lynch picked up a nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.

And Emmy nominations presenter Melissa McCarthy was surprised with her first ever nomination, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for Mike and Molly.
"I had no idea what was going on and then when it hit me I thought, 'Oh, I'm going to pass out,' " McCarthy told INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret after the presentation.
Ed O'Neill from Modern Family received his first ever Emmy nomination and the legendary Betty White got her 17th for Hot in Cleveland.

We spoke to the 89-year-old TV legend by phone right after she got the news, and she said she already knows where she's going to get her Emmy dress.
"I'll probably go to the same shop I always go to, it's called the back of my closet," she quipped. "I'll bring out one of the old war horses."
But Mad Men was one of the biggest winners, earning 19 Emmy nominations, including Jon Hamm for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series.