Photo Credit: Courtesy of Ryan Murphy
On Monday, Glee creator Ryan Murphy apparently spent the day on his new Twitter account. It seemed every hour or so he was apprising his nearly 100,000 followers about the upcoming season of Glee. He even answered several Gleeks' questions. So, what did they learn, aside from the fact that he likes to be called The Murphinator?
Not only is Chord Overstreet back in a big way, but his trouty-mouthed character Sam will get yet another new girlfriend. This guy is really making his way through the roster of female characters, isn't he? Quinn. Santana. Mercedes. Who is it this time? Murphy didn't say, but it could be anyone -- even one of the girls who were in a relationship last season. "The writers are working on an episode called "The Break-Up" that I'm really excited about," Murphy tweeted. So…Tina? Brittany? Let the speculation begin!
As for Kurt (Chris Colfer), for once he has some good news in his future. He'll be working -- maybe interning? -- at Vogue.com, where Sarah Jessica Parker's character is its eccentric editor. When a follower tweeted, "Can Kurt have an uplifting storyline? We have seen him cry enough times," Murphy replied, "I agree with you! Kurt will triumph at Vogue.com." And speaking of Vogue, its actual editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour, is helping to select Parker's costumes!
Murphy also tweeted a couple of photos of Lea Michele -- one with guest star Kate Hudson, who's playing Rachel's dance teacher in New York City, and one with Colfer (pictured above), who will no doubt continue to be in Rachel's life in NYC.
Musically, expect another Adele cover (of her song "Chasing Pavements") as the first group singalong. Oh, and the group itself is expanding: TV line reports that Melissa Benoist and Becca Tobin have landed recurring roles as two more McKinley students. Lucky ladies. At the moment, the Glee set sure seems like the place to be!