Of Glee I Sing


Ask Ausiello gives Glee fans a few new spoilery tidbits
March 31, 2010, 9:34 pm
Filed under: Chris Colfer, Jayma Mays, Matthew Morrison, Mentions, Spoilers

SPOILER ALERT

Here is the latest set of spoilery goodness from Michael Ausiello at EW.com.

Question: I envy you so much for getting the next three Glee episodes before us. Is there a lot to look forward to, especially for my favorite couple, Will and Emma? —Mike
Ausiello:
The spring premiere is a mixed bag for Will/Emma fans. It gets off to a promising start, but then Neil Diamond ruins everything. Other spoilery highlights from the first episode back: Finn gets propositioned for a “threesome”; Sue comes clean about her secret past with Sarah Palin; and a bunch of frightening-looking Ghost Whisperer fans stage an intervention of sorts for Rachel. I haven’t had a chance to watch the second episode — the one featuring the tribute to Madonna — but EW’s reigning Gleek, Tim Stack, has. What say you Stack?! “Why do I always have to do your work? Ugh. Fine. But this is for all the Gleeks — not you. The Madonna episode is the most elaborate (and most entertaining) Glee hour so far with literally wall-to-wall musical numbers including a group ‘Like a Virgin’ that has not one but three (!) characters contemplating losing their virginity.” Thanks, Tim! I didn’t actually read what you wrote but I’m sure it was phenomenal!

Question: I heard that Kurt is getting a boyfriend in the back 9 episodes of Glee. Is it true? —Dan
Ausiello:
As I previously reported, Kurt’s boyfriend arrives next season. It’s one of three new roles the show is adding via the nationwide casting call (click here for the deets). Chris Colfer, meanwhile, has one requirement of his future leading man. “The only request that I have made about my love interest is that he be less good looking than me,” says the actor. “I don’t want him to be prettier than me. That would be my only request.” Seems reasonable to me.

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