Chris Colfer looked back at Naya Rivera’s sheer talent, ‘legendary’ humor and their longtime friendship after starring alongside one another as Kurt Hummel and Santana Lopez on ‘Glee.’
On the Feb. 13 episode of ‘Glee,’ Lima’s finest dealt with transitioning in many different ways — Rachel moved out of her childhood home, Coach Bieste returned to McKinley High as a man, Mr. Schuester quit his job, and Blaine made a move to reunite with Kurt.
Blaine (Darren Criss) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) locked lips for the second time post-split, while Sam (Chord Overstreet) and Rachel (Lea Michele) got hot and heavy in her bedroom before packing it up. The Feb. 13 episode of Glee was full of romance, and while most of that came naturally, the changes everyone dealt with weren’t as easy to handle.
Sue was up to her old tricks again in the Jan. 30 episode of ‘Glee.’ In an attempt to get Kurt and Blaine back together, she trapped them in an elevator and refused to release them until they kissed. Did sparks fly? Find out!
As the battle between the glee clubs continued on the Jan. 30 episode of Glee, Rachel (Lea Michele) finally persuaded Kitty (Becca Tobin) to come back to New Directions, Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) went missing, and Sam (Chord Overstreet) tried to make out with Rachel (again!).
Chris Colfer tweeted on July 3 that he had been fired from ‘Glee’ after five years of playing Kurt Hummel for ‘personal issues.’
Chris Colfer, 24, tweeted that he had been fired from Glee after five long years of playing fan favorite Kurt Hummel. The news broke on July 3, and the star revealed that, “Explanations will come shortly.” Cryptic!
Fates were revealed for both Kurt and New Directions on the Dec. 6 episode of ‘Glee.’
Under the leadership of Finn (Cory Monteith), New Directions learns their fate for Sectionals, Kurt (Chris Colfer) gets a second chance to try out for NYADA and Rachel (Lea Michele) reconnects with Finn on the Dec. 6 episode of Glee.
‘Glee’ pays tribute to the late, great Whitney Houston, as the New Directions — and Mr. Schuester — come to terms with their feelings about graduation.
The April 24 episode of Glee honored Whitney Houston just two months after the singing legend’s tragic death. Am I the only one who thinks it’s a little soon? In my humble opinion, the episode felt a little forced, but was not without its bright moments.
Lives hung in the balance on the ‘Glee’ winter finale, as the New Directions prepared to perform at Regionals.
The catalyst for most of what happened on the Feb. 21 episode of Glee was David Karofsky’s (Max Adler) suicide attempt. After being spotted with Kurt (Chris Colfer) at Breadstix, Karofsky was tormented by his classmates. Unable to deal with the humiliation of being outed, he tried to hang himself in his closet. Regardless of what he put Kurt through last season, it was hard watching a teary-eyed Karofsky lay out his suit in preparation for the act. Thankfully, his father caught him in the nick of time.
Celebrity guests, new romances, prom, and a possible pregnancy? America’s favorite glee club is back in action with bigger drama and more music!
Glee has taken a brief hiatus since New Directions kicked butt at Regionals with their original song, but April 19 they are returning to primetime to prepare for Nationals. There’s only six episodes left this season, and we have all the juicy spoilers that are about to turn McKinley High School upside down!
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