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Glee stars are just like us: They use their cats' names for their passwords

The latest actress to fall victim to twitter hackers
Photo by Mark Davis/Getty Images

It appears that the megastars of “Glee” cannot sing and dance their way to avoid social media hackers. Exactly one day after Chris Colfer’s twitter page was hacked with false claims that he was getting axed from one of America’s most beloved shows, costar Lea Michele found herself victim too.

Lea Michele, who plays the show’s main character Rachel Berry, and her team had to do some major work after someone tweeted from her account, “Before this gets out to the media, I would like to announce to my fans that I am pregnant. #babyboy."

After mourning the death of her boyfriend and costar, Cory Monteith, Michele has recently starting Matthew Paetz so it seemed possible to fans that the actress could be eating for two. “Glee” diehards were immediately congratulating the songstress and her new boyfriend, who is reportedly a former escort. Michele, however, quickly put these claims to rest after releasing a statement to PEOPLE saying, “I was HACKED! Guess @chriscolfer and I should have known better then to make our passwords the names of our cats :)”

Fox helped clear up the latest rumors, too, by assuring fans that Colfer would be back for the show’s final season to resume his beloved role as Kurt Hummel. It seems that these two triple threats’ list of talents does not include creative passwords. Let’s hope they have learned their lesson and will not be using their furry friend’s names for any security-related purpose in the future.