Can you imagine learning about a life-altering career decision through a social network like Twitter? Chris Colfer claims that’s exactly what happened to him yesterday, when he read on Twitter that he’d no longer be on Glee after next season, but Ryan Murphy said he spoke to Chris about the decision! Was he lying?
Obsessive fans of the hit musical-inspired show Glee have known since season one that senior year and graduation loomed ahead in a depressing High School Musical-reminiscent way, and with main characters Rachel Berry and Finn Hudson starting season 1 as sophomores, it was clear that by the end of season 3 they could be gone… and now Ryan Murphy has confirmed that Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith will all be leaving after next season! Oh no!
Director Ryan Murphy often has crazy visions for the episodes that Glee choreographer Zach Woodlee is in charge of planning, which results in demanding practice schedules, and numerous bumps and bruises– so many that Zach has created a “bruise wall” for the best of them!
This season marks change in Glee Club…the cast is getting old, which can only mean one thing, they must graduate! Creator Ryan Murphy spoke about the future of Glee and what will happen next.
No matter where they are in the world, Brad Pitt makes time to bond with his three oldest children — Maddox, 9, Pax, 7, and Zahara, 5 — to watch the latest episode of their favorite TV show, Glee. “The kids copy the dance routines, sing the songs and have posters of the cast,” an insider tells the National Enquirer.
It sounds like graduation day might be coming early for the cast of Glee, but instead of fretting about potentially being written off the show in 2012, Lea Michele is positive she’ll stay with Glee against all odds. “Maybe I would come back as a teacher on Glee,” Lea, 24, told HollywoodLife.com on Dec. 2 at Billboard’s Fifth Annual Women in Music Event in NYC.