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'Glee', 'Chuck', 'Lost' Stars Attend Monte Carlo TV Fest

June 10, 2010 (3:16 am) GMT
The annual festival held in Monaco saw the attendance of Jane Lynch, Zachary Levi, Jorge Garcia, Simon Baker, Julie Benz and more on June 9.
Kevin McHale, Jenna Ushkowitz, Jane Lynch

On the fourth day of the 2010 Monte Carlo TV Festival, stars from a number of acclaimed television series attended a photo call for the press. From the cast of FOX hit TV series "" to whose TV series "" has ended, the event basically invited at least one of the stars to each notable series.

Casually dressed in buttoned shirt and playfully hid behind a potted plant, Garcia was there to promote the full-series DVD collection. He told E! Online there will be a bonus scene of him and . "It will address some of the issues, like the food drops, and it will deal with what happened on the island after Hurley took over and how he handled things," he said. "It will give you a taste of what took place after Hurley took over as the new number one. There's a little epilogue thing going on with the DVD."

Another surprise appearance came from who supported "" although her character has been killed at the end of season 4. Other than the "Glee" cast, the rest of the shows are represented by one actor only, for "", for "", for "" and for "".

The festival will be closed on Thursday, June 10 with the announcement of the Golden Nymphs winners. Nominees can be checked out here.



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