Jenna Ushkowitz Reveals What Prop She Took From the ‘Glee’ Set

Jane Lynch Talks 'Glee'
Jane Lynch opens up wrapping 'Glee' and remembers the late Cory Monteith.

Lea Michele isn’t the only one to be leaving Glee with a little keepsake from the set.

Jenna Ushkowitz, who plays Tina Cohen-Chang on the popular FOX series, also called dibs on a priceless memento after wrapping up production in late February.

“They’re supposed to be sending me the clock from the choir room,” she told Celebuzz at a fundraising event for¬†Kindred Foundation For Adoption, an organization co-founded by the actress, on Tuesday night.

On my way to work for our very LAST DAY of filming Glee. Follow me through the day!

A photo posted by @jennaushkowitz on

According to Ushkowitz, 24, the last day on set was filled with plenty of emotions. After all, she was one of the original cast members who stuck with the show for six years.

“It was really sad I thought I was prepared for it but I really wasn’t,” she said. “I don’t think you could ever really prepare for something like that. It was really emotional because we’ve been so much together.”

She continued, “We’re a family and we know we’re going to see each other, but leaving that choir room for the last time was really sad.”


A photo posted by @jennaushkowitz on

Last month, Ushkowitz and her co-stars celebrated the end of Glee with a carnival-themed party held at the Paramount Studios lot in Los Angeles. Sending off the cast and crew in style, the daytime bash included a ferris wheel, hugging booth and a live band.

Glee’s series finale is set to air Mar. 20 on FOX.