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Glee’s Damian McGinty Looking For Love

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Glee star Damian McGinty says he wants his character Rory to have a love interest.

McGinty, a winner of The Glee Project, made his debut as Rory, an international exchange student, earlier this season. He says he doesn’t know if the program makers plan to give him a girlfriend in future episodes but that he would like that. He said,

“All the girls on Glee are absolutely gorgeous” so he hopes his character has a relationship However, McGinty added that there is so much more to talk about with Rory than just having a girlfriend. With several storylines already worked out for him, perhaps giving him a girlfriend is not a top priority for the Glee script writers.

Glee will return with a new episode on November 29 at 8/7c on Fox. Would you like to see Rory with a girlfriend? Which of the existing Glee stars would you match make him with, if any?

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