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Glee 3 SPOILERS: How Cory Monteith Grossed Out Lea Michele



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It’s official: Cory Monteith grossed out Lea Michel while filming a scene for Glee 3 recently. Shock, horror! What can she mean? He’s gorgeous, isn’t he? Is all not well with Rachel and Finn?

Lea Michele (who plays Rachel Berry in Glee, in case there’s anyone left on the planet who doesn’t know that) recently spoke out about the sex scene she shot with Cory Monteith, who plays her boyfriend, Finn. They were filming for the episode of Glee season 3 entitled “First Time” where not only Rachel and Finn but also Glee fan favorites Kurt and Blaine see some action.

But the shoot was anything but romantic as Michel, who split from her long-term boyfriend Theo Stockman in September, revealed. In fact, she was rather disgusted by fellow actor Monteith’s sweating! Gasp!

But she’s keen to assure us that she still adores Cory and there is no rift on-screen or off. It’s just he’s more like her brother in real life and with an entire crew also around on set to witness Rachel’s first time, it was anything but sexy! Oh and they were by a fireplace for this hot and heavy action, too. Now all that sweating makes sense and Finn’s (and Cory’s) reputation remains intact.

In her personal life, Lea Michele says she is happy being single at the moment.

Glee season 3 returns to our screens on Tuesday, November 1 at 8/7c on Fox. The First Time episode airs a week later.

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