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Glee Season 3 Spoilers: Trouble for Blaine!

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It’s not too early to get excited about Glee 3’s Michael Jackson episode on January 24 is it? Oh well too bad; we’ve heard some stuff and we’re excited. Let’s see if you will be too.

If you don’t want to find out what trouble poor Blaine is headed for, or read about the developments in Artie’s love life, then you probably need to stop reading right now.

Glee season 3, episode 11, which is screened on January 24, is entitled Michael: quite apt considering it is a tribute to the late great Michael Jackson.

Blaine features quite heavily in the upcoming episode. He shot all his scenes over just a few days before leaving to take over from Daniel Radcliffe on Broadway.

There will also be a duet between Finn and Rachel. Cute! And Quinn and Rachel share a scene.

Quinn is the first graduate for whom we will get a glimpse of life after McKinley High.

We also have the heads up that “Michael” will be a huge episode for Kevin McHale’s character, Artie. We know he gets to do something he’s only had chance to do once before. So, the obvious thing is that he might be getting some girl action. But don’t forget Artie has also only danced once before, in a dream sequence.

While things look good for Artie, poor Blaine’s love life hits the skids courtesy of Sebastian.

Are Sam and Mercedes headed for a reconciliation? Maybe, maybe not. At least they get to sing a duet together: a mash-up of Human Nature and Nature Boy.

We also get to find out if Kurt and Rachel get into NYADA or not.

So all in all it looks like Glee 3 will have a packed episode on January 24. What are you most excited about seeing, Glee fans?

One Response to “Glee Season 3 Spoilers: Trouble for Blaine!”

  1. cbg says:

    whats going on with santana and brittany?


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