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‘Glee’s’ Chris Colfer does double duty on TV

By Greg Hernandez

HollywoodNews.com: It was a wonderful double dose of the talented Chris Colfer on television last night!

First, the Golden Globe Award winning actor had a sweet storyline as part of the Valentine’s Day episode of ‘Glee’ then he was a guest on ‘The Late Show With David Letterman.’

On ‘Glee,’ Kurt remains smitten with his Dalton Academy classmate Blaine (Darren Criss) and thinks Blaine is planning a big Valentine’s Day surprise for him. But it turns out that Blaine is crushing on a guy who works at The Gap!

I love the scene where Kurt seeks solace from Mercedes and Rachel saying: “This is absolutely devastating.”

Then the more he talks about why he thought Blaine was into him he has a epiphany: “Oh my God, I made up the whole thing in my head, didn’t I?”

Well what gay guy hasn’t done that!

Mercedes reminds Kurt that his heartbreak will only make him a better artist: “Whitney, Barbra, Patti LuPone … they all became big stars when they were single … Harnessing that pain is how they became legends.”

Later, Kurt tells Blaine that he misread the signals. Blaine does not shoot Kurt down but admits that when it comes to romance, “I don’t know what I’m doing … I’ve never been anyone’s boyfriend.”

So they agree to be platonic best friends, like Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal in ‘When Harry Met Sally.’ And we all know how things turned out for them in the end!

Now we go from Chris Colfer’s current fictional high school days to his real-life high school days which were not so long ago since he is only 20!

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