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Glee Season 3 Blaine and Sebastian Spoiler: Harmful Extremes

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Chris Colfer (who we all no doubt know plays Kurt on Glee, as hinted at trouble ahead for his character as his new love interest Sebastian stirs things up and takes them to harmful extremes.

Sebastian, played by Grant Gustin, has already made it blatantly obvious that he is attracted to Blaine (Darren Criss). And Kurt’s not happy about it.

Colfer, who plays Blaine’s boyfriend Kurt, has now warned that Sebastian will take his attraction further in the next episode of Glee season 3. To a “harmful extreme” as he calls it. Gulp!

Chris admits that if this were happening to him in real life “they’d come up missing.” Kurt is just not like that. The actor thinks he is too diplomatic.

“I’d go get my shovel out of the back seat of my car and I’d take care of business, Clovis-style. No messing around,” the actor joked. At least, we think he’s joking!”

Co-star Kevin McHale described Sebastian as a “f—ing tyrant.”

He revealed how Sebastian takes out his frustration at the Kurt and Blaine relationship on New Directions.

“So we all team up to do something about it, and Artie doesn’t really agree with how Mr Schue wants to handle things.” Sounds intriguing!

Gustin has also promised a Sebastian and Santana clash. And the excitement may not end anytime soon. The rumors are that Sebastian is set to become a Glee regular in season 4.

The current season of Glee airs on Tuesdays at 8/7c on Fox.

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