Spoiler Chat! Casting spoilers + Scoop on Klaine & Quartie!Thursday, March 01, 2012
Question: 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.
Richie: Glee scoop on Klaine!
You know how we were never really worried about Sebastian (Grant Gustin) stealing Blaine (Darren Criss) away from Kurt (Chris Colfer) because he was a giant tool? Well, Klaine fans might not want to relax just yet because Glee is looking for a new gay male character to come on the show who will be the opposite of Sebastian: sweet, funny, handsome and optimistic. Sound like a good match for anyone you know?
Karen: Just saw that Max Adler got cast in a new show? No more Karofsky?! I love the bear cub!
Pump your brakes, and throw it in reverse, girl. Yes, Adler was cast in the ABC drama pilot Last Resort but he's only appearing as a guest star. So he still has lots of opportunities to come back on Glee as a Karofsky, and Adler is more than willing to return to the role. " I would love it," he told us. "To have experienced that life and to have this role has just been incredible and I think it's really important for people to see it." Of course if Last Resort gets picked up and he's bumped up to a series regular on the show…then a contract battle may ensue. But sources tell us the Glee honchos adore Adler and believe his performance in the last episode was second to none.
J in Calif.: I've been waiting for two and a half seasons for some Quartie interaction. Is this a deeper friendship or more? And can we expect lots of it? Already with the couple name?
Well, that might be a bit premature because for now, Quinn (Dianna Agron) and Artie (Kevin McHale) will only find a friendship with each other. But it'll be a special one.