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First look: new ‘villain’ Sebastian is going after Blaine!
Will Kurt and Blaine’s first time also be their last?
McKinley High’s trailblazing sweethearts are set to consummate their relationship in Glee‘s Nov. 8 episode titled, appropriately, “The First Time.”
But as you can see in the following exclusive first look image, the outing also marks the introduction of the first significant obstacle for the happy couple — scheming, Blaine-crushing gay Dalton Academy Warbler Sebastian (played by Grant Gustin).
And make no mistake: This kid is trouble with a capital “T” that rhymes with “P” that stands for potboiler. A Glee insider takes it a step further, declaring Sebastian “our villain this season.”

First look: new ‘villain’ Sebastian is going after Blaine!

Will Kurt and Blaine’s first time also be their last?

McKinley High’s trailblazing sweethearts are set to consummate their relationship in Glee‘s Nov. 8 episode titled, appropriately, “The First Time.”

But as you can see in the following exclusive first look image, the outing also marks the introduction of the first significant obstacle for the happy couple — scheming, Blaine-crushing gay Dalton Academy Warbler Sebastian (played by Grant Gustin).

And make no mistake: This kid is trouble with a capital “T” that rhymes with “P” that stands for potboiler. A Glee insider takes it a step further, declaring Sebastian “our villain this season.”

(Source: tvline.com)

It looks like the honeymoon is over for Kurt and Blaine.

Sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that Glee has tapped up-and-coming theater actor Grant Gustin to play the recurring role of Sebastian, a gay Dalton Academy Warbler who sets his sights on Blaine.

Both Fox and the show’s producers declined to comment, but the buzz is that Sebastian is the polar opposite of Kurt in every possible way. He’s more like the male version of Santana in that he’s both promiscuous and kinda-sorta scheming.

“He’s our villain this season,” an insider tells me. “It’s a major role.”

Consider yourself warned, Kurt.

Glee producers found Gustin — whose credits include playing Baby John in the national tour of West Side Story — after an exhaustive, weeks-long casting search.

He’s slated to turn up in this season’s fifth episode.

(Source: tvline.com)


First Look at Damian McGinty as Rory Flanagan!

On November 1, the first of The Glee Project’s two grand-prize winners, Damian McGinty, makes his Glee debut as Irish exchange student Rory Flanagan. “I am having the time of my life,” reports the Derry, Ireland, native, who will be on the show for at least seven episodes. “Rory is living with Brittany [Heather Morris], who thinks he is her own personal leprechaun only she can see.”
While the cast took to Damian right away, not everyone at McKinley High appreciates the sophomore’s charms. “He does a little falsetto in his first song, and Kurt did not like that because Kurt’s the soprano of the group and doesn’t want that taken from him,” says Chris Colfer. And Santana “quietly is in love with Brittany,” adds Damian, “so she doesn’t like Rory because he also has a thing for Brittany.” Sounds like Santana may have cause for concern: “We just did a fun scene in Brittany’s bedroom,” says Damian. The luck of the Irish, indeed!
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First Look at Damian McGinty as Rory Flanagan!

On November 1, the first of The Glee Project’s two grand-prize winners, Damian McGinty, makes his Glee debut as Irish exchange student Rory Flanagan. “I am having the time of my life,” reports the Derry, Ireland, native, who will be on the show for at least seven episodes. “Rory is living with Brittany [Heather Morris], who thinks he is her own personal leprechaun only she can see.”

While the cast took to Damian right away, not everyone at McKinley High appreciates the sophomore’s charms. “He does a little falsetto in his first song, and Kurt did not like that because Kurt’s the soprano of the group and doesn’t want that taken from him,” says Chris Colfer. And Santana “quietly is in love with Brittany,” adds Damian, “so she doesn’t like Rory because he also has a thing for Brittany.” Sounds like Santana may have cause for concern: “We just did a fun scene in Brittany’s bedroom,” says Damian. The luck of the Irish, indeed!

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Glee Season 3 Episode 1: The Purple Piano Project

The First 36 Seconds

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Glee creator Ryan Murphy is staying true to his word to offer up more back stories about his supporting characters.
Exhibit A: We’re about to meet the parents of Mike Chang!
EW has learned exclusively that Tamlyn Tomita (The Joy Luck Club) and Keong Sim (The Last Airbender) will play mom and pop to Mike, played by Harry Shum Jr. The duo will appear in the third episode of the season, which airs Oct. 4. 
Last month, Murphy told reporters that he wants to put the spotlight on other members of the cast this season. “I think one of the things that we’re doing for season three is servicing more of the kids,” Murphy said. “I don’t think there’s been enough Amber. I don’t think here’s been enough Jenna or Harry …It’s hard on me because I love all those actors and they’re so talented and I feel an obligation to showcase their talent, and this year I think we’re going to do that a little better.”
Glee returns Sept. 20 on Fox.
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pippipklooray:

Glee creator Ryan Murphy is staying true to his word to offer up more back stories about his supporting characters.

Exhibit A: We’re about to meet the parents of Mike Chang!

EW has learned exclusively that Tamlyn Tomita (The Joy Luck Club) and Keong Sim (The Last Airbender) will play mom and pop to Mike, played by Harry Shum Jr. The duo will appear in the third episode of the season, which airs Oct. 4. 

Last month, Murphy told reporters that he wants to put the spotlight on other members of the cast this season. “I think one of the things that we’re doing for season three is servicing more of the kids,” Murphy said. “I don’t think there’s been enough Amber. I don’t think here’s been enough Jenna or Harry …It’s hard on me because I love all those actors and they’re so talented and I feel an obligation to showcase their talent, and this year I think we’re going to do that a little better.”

Glee returns Sept. 20 on Fox.

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