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Glee 3 SPOILER: Why Sue Sylvester Hates The Arts!

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The Glee 3 spoilers start right here as Jane Lynch reveals that an upcoming episode of the hit TV show features a flashback of Sue Sylvester’s memories. It explains a lot about her vendetta against the arts.

If you don’t want to know the real reason Sue has it in for the arts in general and the McKinley High Glee Club in particular, then you know what to do: stop reading right now!

An upcoming episode of Glee 3 reveasl that Sue herself once dreamed of being a Broadway star like the current students. But harsh criticism when she was a sixteen-year-old turned her off the idea and made her bitter.

Colby Minifie has been cast as a young Sue Sylvester. In an upcoming episode of Glee season 3 on November 15, we will see a teenage Sue being criticized after her performance of the title song of Oklahoma! That broke her heart as the actress who plays her, Jane Lynch explained.

So from then on, Sue set out to punish the world.

“Like a lot of angry people out there, Sue’s a wannabe.” Lynch said.

So there we have it. Poor Sue Sylvester!

Glee returns with a new episode tonight at 8/7c on Fox but you will need to wait until November 15 to see a young Sue Sylvester belting out Oklahamo for her her harsh critics.

One Response to “Glee 3 SPOILER: Why Sue Sylvester Hates The Arts!”

  1. Karen Lifliey says:

    You should check out SUE SYLVESTER’S DAUGHTER the YouTube video Jane Lynch, Sue Sylvester herself, tweeted about:


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