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Glee “Extra” Leaking Spoiler Information



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We live in a world of 24-hour news and gossip, and celebrity blogs like our happy little band here at Celebrity News and Style. A show insider willing to share what they know is often what breaks a story ahead of the competition. Where would we be without our spoilers? But it seems “Glee” bosses don’t appreciate it.

A regular female extra on the “Glee” set has been fire for feeding spoilers to the media. Nicole Crowther was pretty public about spilling the beans, though. She used her Twitter account on Sunday night (April 17) to host a Q&A session with fans of the show! In it, she disclosed pretty important details about “Glee’s” soon to be screened proms episode.

Since Sunday, Crowther’s Q&A and in fact her whole Twitter account have been deleted by someone. But bosses on the TV show that employed her as an extra have now fired her and told her not to expect another job in TV anytime soon.

The writer, director and producer of the hit Fox TV show, Brad Falchuk, wasted no time in warning her, “Hope you’re qualified to do something besides work in entertainment. Who are you to spoil something talented people have spent months to create?”

Ouch! But what’s your view on spoilers and the spies who give up the information from the inside? Do they actually spoil anything for you? Do you not bother to watch a show having read a spoiler about it? Or do so-called spoilers, in fact, encourage you to watch a show, in anticipation of what you’re told will occur?

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