Tuesday, June 7, 2011


Cory Monteith says he's "very excited" about bringing the Glee live tour to the UK for the first time. The stage version of the TV show hits Manchester at the end of June, before heading to London's O2 arena for a week, then onto Dublin. Cory told Newsbeat fans were in for a spectacular show:  "It's a huge rock concert basically - think Glee meets Kiss. It's quite over the top and full of dancers and lights. It's really an amazing show and I can't wait for everyone to see it. If you don't believe me just go on YouTube!"

The cast are currently touring America on a 42 date tour, with some fans even dressing up as characters from the show. "In Sacramento a whole group of people came dressed as the characters," says Cory.

The 29-year-old also gave a few hints at what the big storylines will be in Glee's third season.
"There's gonna be a lot of transitions happening," he admits. "Rachel's eyes are very much set on New York when we leave season two and Finn is very interested in rekindling a relationship with her. It's gonna be those challenges - does she go to New York? Does she stay? That's what season three is gonna be all about. I think it's going to be interesting to see Mr Schuester's role - whether he pursues his Broadway dream or whether he stays at McKinley High."


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