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We're sad that HBO's Looking got cancelled — we hadn't seen enough of Jonathan Groff! Groff is the sexy, boy-next-door star of the gay drama that ran for two seasons. Before Looking, Groff had the recurring role of Jesse St. James on Glee where his blue eyes and blonde locks first got gay hearts fluttering. Groff is a total theatre kid: at the age of 22, he received a Tony Award nomination for his performance as Melchior Gabor in the rock musical Spring Awakening on Broadway. In 2013, Groff starred in the first-ever screen adaptation of gay author David Sedaris's dark short story C.O.G. And if you didn't love him enough, here's a lesser known fact: he was the voice of supercute Kristoff in Disney's megahit Frozen. There seems to be nothing Jonathan Groff can't do, and Pride is following the rising star's success!

Gay Horror Film Knock At The Cabin Is The #1 Movie In The World

"I am pinching myself that this is the seventh time this has happened to me," tweeted director M. Night Shyamalan.

Jonathan Groff’s First Gay Kiss Story Is So Relatable

The out actor opened up about the first time he locked lips with a guy: “I was levitating.”

LGBT Celebs and Allies Send a Beautiful Thank You Letter to Obama Via Ellen DeGeneres

Jim Parsons,  Evan Rachel Wood, Laverne Cox, Chris Colfer, Jonathan Groff, Tig Notaro, Colton Haynes, and others thanked President Obama for the work he did for LGBT people. 

The New Trailer for 'Looking: The Movie' Makes Us Even More Sad It's Cancelled

"Sometimes you gotta leave things behind before you can move forward."

WATCH: Idina Menzel's Female Empowerment Anthem from Frozen! 

Disney's latest heroine gets a showstopping number from Idina Menzel!

PHOTOS: Outfest 2013 Premiere Shines with Celebs and Celesbians

Los Angeles' premiere LGBT film festival Outfest kicked off in downtown LA on Thursday at the famed Orpheum. The Jonathan Groff/Troian Bellisario starrer C.O.G. (based on a David Sedaris story) was this year's premiere film, while Kimberly Peirce, the director of Boys Don't Cry and the upcoming Carrie remake, was honored with the Outfest Achievement Award. There were plenty of celebs and celesbians on hand for the big night!

Troian Bellisario / Jonathan Groff Starrer C.O.G. to Open Outfest

Outfest LA, Los Angeles’ eleven-day LGBT Film Festival, has announced its Opening Night film, C.O.G., starring Dale Dickey, Jonathan Groff, and Pretty Little Liars’ Troian Bellisario. C.O.G. is the first feature film based on the writings of David Sedaris, and it premiered in competition at the Sundance Film Festival.

SheWired's Shot of the Day: Lea Michele Works a Sweater Set

There is a moment in just about every workday when we come across something sexy, gratuitous and completely pointless that we wish we could post but don't under the auspices of there being nothing lesbian about it and often there being no redeeming value.“In an industry where girls are expected to look and act a certain way, she isn’t afraid to be her own person. She inspires me,” out costar Jonathan Groff said of Michele, Glamour's cover girl.

Carol Burnett to Guest as Sue Sylvester's Mama on 'Glee'

First Idina Menzel was cast as Lea Michelle’s mom on Glee and now comic legend Carol Burnett is slated to play Cheerios’ coach Sue Sylvester’s (Jane Lynch) Nazi-hunting mother for an episode of the break-out show. Burnett joins a growing list of legends in their own right who’ve appeared on the run-away hit of last season, including Menzel, Kristen Chenoweth, Olivia Newton John, Jonathan Groff and Molly Shannon.