Sue is going to lose the election to Burt Hummel and she is going to start working with the homeless.
"I think we share more characteristics with our on-screen roles than we are willing to admit sometimes. I am a big Streisand fan, I come from Broadway and I love performing on stage, very similar to Rachel," she state. "But not only that, I understand her drive. If you watch the show, and the last two episodes of Season 2, she says 'I'm going to New York and I'm going to be a performer.' And I was and am very much like that. Very just driven and on the path of knowing what I wanted to be."
She continues: "I knew what I wanted to be and I didn't let other people influence me or change who I was to fit a certain mould. Like getting a nose job, for example. I didn't want to get a nose job, because other people said you should, because everyone else in my high school [Tenafly High School in New Jersey] was doing it, and that's what I love most about Rachel and what I can relate to."
"We were crazy kleptomaniacs running around thinking what can we steal. We couldn't because everything was massive or chained down, they probably knew that we were coming," she chimes. "I found a broom and I was riding around and they couldn't get the broom out of my hand."
“It’s just all about him growing up at the minute,” McGinty says. “He’s very young compared to everyone — he’s such a kid. So it’s going to be a whole journey for him.”
“Puck really thinks he can be in that baby's life and be Shelby's man,” Salling says. “He could be in it for the long run; it could be the real deal.”
“He's 18 years old, so it can't be [wrong for] too long until he's out of high school,” Salling says, noting that Shelby “may have to cut it off or put it off until a later date.” “Once he’s out of high school,I think it’s game on. They’re the real deal. But who’s to say she’sgoing to give him that chance; she may not.”
“Quinn is dealing with a lot, seeing her baby right in her face,” Salling says, adding that Puck may have to confide in her that he’s undone her work and come clean to Shelby.
This past weekend I caught up with some of the Glee cast members including, Max Adler (Dave Karofsky) and Dot Jones (Coach Beiste) at the Hopefield Animal Sanctuary event. The pair gave me some details about the much anticipated Christmas episode directed by Matthew Morrison, as well as whats to come in the rest of season 3.
“To me, it was a gift to have this intense love for someone that I’d never felt before, for a child, that makes you feel better than anything else you’ve done,” Menzel said backstage after performing over two nights for an upcoming PBS TV special recorded in Toronto at the Royal Conservatory of Music’s Koerner Hall.
“Everyone wants to pigeon-hole you, in my case as a green witch for Wicked or a rock singer for Rent,” she said. “This (PBS special) gives you an opportunity to be myself and be genuine and to show a wide spectrum of talents,” Menzel added.
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