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New Gay 'Hottie' Coming to 'Glee'

Michael Ausiello breaks some gay Glee news in a spoiler Q&A:

Gustin_crissQuestion: Please, please, please could you tell me if Rachel and Finn will be able to go through with their wedding on Glee? I am going crazy. — Farsia2010

Ausiello: Well, I can tell you this much: Either Rachel and Finn are gonna go through with it, or Will and Emma are, because the show is casting a burly, Eric Stonestreet sorta guy to play a wedding planner named Lavender. In other Glee news, the gay population at McKinley is about to go up by one. The fresh meat? Chandler, a masculine hottie who’s full of joie de vivre.

No word on whether this new addition is part of the student body or the teaching staff.

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  1. and they say Glee is NOT for gays

    Posted by: nikkk | Mar 1, 2012 11:41:21 PM


  2. I haven't watched since the first season (sometimes I catch a glimpse) but it seems like this show has gone downhill.

    After watching the first season, I stopped watching because I got kind of bored with the caricature/forced messages. It's pretty much after-school special bubblegum tv. It's kind of empty but it doesn't taste bad.

    I think adding a "masculine" (oy, that is a poor choice of words considering how incendiary it'll be amongst some groups) is a good idea.

    I just wish they might, you know, have someone be more than just their identity once and a while, but I guess that's hard tv to make.

    It'd be nice if they did a "bad gay friend" storyline (has anyone seen that on youtube)? They could at least stretch it out 3 or 4 episodes about him being you know, really interested in something non-stereotypical (maybe he doesn't do sports, maybe he is into, I don't know, community service? something that is not so run of the mill?)...

    Anyway, like I said... it's bubblegum tv, so I don't take it too seriously, nor do I think they are trying to be too serious anyway...

    Posted by: Luke | Mar 2, 2012 3:18:15 PM


  3. Personally I think "Glee" would be better served if they had actors whose age was closer to that if a real high school rather than that of a real high school teacher. Some of these "kids" look to be going right from senior class to the senior center.

    Posted by: Tyron | Mar 2, 2012 3:43:11 PM


  4. I don't own a TV. Am I missing anything?

    Posted by: J.D. | Mar 3, 2012 9:09:05 PM


  5. @ Keating - yes, so true!

    Posted by: mykos | Mar 5, 2012 1:47:42 PM


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