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Matthew Morrison Comments On GLEE Final Season, Christmas & More

December 10
2:27 PM 2013

Matthew Morrison Comments On GLEE Final Season, Christmas & MorePopular GLEE performer and Broadway headliner Matthew Morrison stopped by ACCESS HOLLYWOOD earlier this week to discuss his new Christmas-themed EP, A CLASSIC CHRISTMAS, as well as remark on his continuing lead role on FOX's hit musical dramedy series GLEE and the final season of the show, beginning next year.

Looking ahead to the future of GLEE and its final season, Morrison says, "I don't know, I don't know - I've heard a lot of different speculations," Morrison says of the show's uncertain future.

Clarifying, Morrison adds, "I think we are going to focus on New York for a little bit, but I think it is all going to come back to Ohio - to Lima, Ohio - and end there, where it began."

Additionally, Morrison adds of the final episode, "[Ryan Murphy]'s very high-concept, so it's gotta be big."

Furthermore, Morrison comments on his co-star Lea Michele, recently dealing with the death of her boyfriend and co-star, Cory Monteith.

"I think she is the strongest one of us all - she is so focused on the work and stuff," Morrison relates.

For even more information on Matthew Morrison, check out my recent InDepth InterView, available here.

View the new interview with Matthew Morrison below.

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