Scoop: Glee cast said to be full of diva demands

Things evidently aren’t exactly gleeful for the crew of Fox’s hit musical comedy “Glee.” Though the show has rapidly gained a massive following, it appears its stars’ egos are expanding just as fast.

“They’re all out for themselves, and they’ll stab anyone in the back to get what they want,” a source told Star magazine. “They’re vicious.”

Star Lea Michele is reportedly the standout diva. “She’s always ordering everyone around, demanding a particular outfit or particular food on the snack table,” a source said.

Lea has even allegedly kissed up to writers so they’ll give her character, Rachel, more air time.

But the most out-there diva (divo?) demand would have to be that of Matthew Morrison, who is said to keep an assistant on hand to trim his chest hair daily.

Love Ever Moore

Cheating rumors? What cheating rumors? Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher maintain their marriage is rock-solid despite tabloid reports that he had a tryst.

For their five-year wedding anniversary Friday, the actress posted a picture on Twitter showing them snuggled under bedclothes and smiling.

And Saturday, they appeared to be the very image of domestic bliss while attending a house party with Demi’s youngest daughter, Tallulah.

The couple sat together on a sofa in the backyard, and “at one point Demi seemed very comfortable and sat on Ashton’s lap,” an onlooker told Us magazine.

While the former “Punk’d” star mingled, “Demi and Tallulah sat with friends laughing and having a good time,” the observer said. “Then Ashton came back, and they all stood and talked again. Everything seemed fine between Demi and Ashton. They were holding hands as they walked around the party and mingled. They stayed for a few hours and then went home.”

Sincere or calculated?

 

Act of Charity

 

Say what you will about Lindsay Lohan’s life choices, but you can’t deny that the girl keeps things entertaining. As she prepares to re-enter rehab, the starlet is attempting to rehabilitate her image — she paid a visit to a Los Angeles homeless shelter Sunday.

“It’s so important to give back,” the new candidate for sainthood tweeted after her day of charity work at the Dream Center. “I feel blessed.”

In other news, the “Machete” star once again is sporting her least favorite accessory: the SCRAM alcohol-monitoring anklet.

Though wearing the device is a condition of her probation, she’s said to be committed to getting sober regardless of what the court orders.

LiLo’s next court date is Oct. 22.

Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at kitty@media-darling.com.

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