"Glee" actresses Becca Tobin and Melissa Benoist have both taken to Twitter to respond to the controversy about the leaked nude photos of Hollywood actresses.

While some of the actresses involved released lengthy statements, Tobin simply tweeted, "Merry XXXmas!"  

As a response to Tobin's reaction, Emmy, Tony and Golden Globe-nominated "Glee" actor Matthew Morrison immediately showed support.

"@becbecbobec craziness! Way to embrace it Hun!" tweeted Morrison who recently headlined the 19th annual musical evening titled "Symphony at Salk" which supports research on cancer, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and ALS among other diseases, Rancho Santa Fe Review reported.

On the other hand, Benoist responded to the issue by tweeting a video of a Ted talk discussing click bait news with a caption, "My sentiments exactly, on so many levels, @sallykohn ...incivility should not be supported. Please watch."

Tobin and Benoist's "Glee" co-star Lea Michele is also in the list of actresses whose nude photos were allegedly stolen by a single hacker through iCloud. However, the actress who just turned 28 has yet to comment on the issue.

Instead, after news about the leaked nude photos broke, Michele tweeted, "Soaking up some sun in gorgeous #Mexico at the amazing @garzablancapvr ... 28 is feeling great!"

Apple has also yet to confirm whether or not the nude photos were really hacked from the Hollywood actresses' iCloud accounts.

Meanwhile, it has been announced that the sixth and final season of Fox musical comedy-drama "Glee" will have 13 episodes and nine regular cast members only including Morrison as Will Schuester as well as Darren Criss as Blaine Anderson and Chord Overstreet as Sam Evans, Air Herald has learned.

Joining Tobin, Benoist and Michele on the list of the Hollywood actresses involved in the controversy are Jennifer Lawrence, Kirsten Dunst, Ariana Grande, Victoria Justice, Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, McKayla Maroney and Teresa Palmer among others.

It is assumed that the hacker stole the private photos by using a piece of computer code that repeatedly guesses passwords after obtaining the actresses' account names, according to inTouch Weekly