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GLEE Cast Discusses What's Ahead in Season 3


GLEE's presence can be seen in just about every aspect of pop culture from the television show to bestselling singles, and just in time for GLEE Live to hit movie theaters, the cast is talking about what's upcoming for season three.

Jane Lynch, who plays malicious cheerleading coach Sue, told The Hollywood Reporter that “My character is continuing her campaign for Congress on the Sue Sylvester American Liberty Ticket and she’s going to be more right-wing than Michele Bachmann, at this point."

Meanwhile, Broadway vet Lea Michele will be taking on some more showtunes: "I know that she’s going to be in the school musical,” she says. "I have some awesome story lines with Darren Criss, Chris Colfer and I’ll be singing a lot of Broadway, as always."

Her former Spring Awakening co-star, Jenna Ushkowitz, will not be "graduating" at the end of the season, having been told that her character is a junior. She plans on having more scenes with Michele. “They started a little bit of that friendly competition in Season 1 with the whole West Side Story thing when she left the glee club. That dynamic has not been established yet," she says, and "that’s what I want to see."

Darren Criss, who's headed to Broadway in early 2012, hopes he stays a Warbler on the show. “I Love going to Dalton,” he told THR. “I’ve become quite close with the Warbler boys and think it’s a cool dynamic to have two different schools, especially if Kurt and Blaine are dating.”

With these hints of plots plus the addition of two new actors - LaMarcus Tinker and Vanessa Lengies - there's sure to be a lot of action on GLEE this season.

The multi-generational phenomenon that has inspired millions to embrace their inner-Gleek brings them together to experience Glee a whole new way, with Glee: The 3D Concert Movie, produced by Ryan Murphy and directed by Kevin Tancharoen. The film features Glee's cast performing their biggest hits live with a world class backing band as well as documenting the ultra successful Glee Live! In Concert! tour, which will have a limited two week theatrical run beginning tomorrow - August 12th. Glee returns to FOX this September.



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