May 27, 2017

Chris Colfer talks about new season of “Glee” Chris Colfer is just exquisite as the smart and funny and sensitive Kurt Hummel on Glee.

As good as Chris is on the show and despite the fact that he won the Golden Globe back in January, he doesn’t think he’s got more than a 5 percent chance of taking home the Emmy for best supporting actor in a comedy series at the Emmys next month.

He talked about that and more with Huffington Post. Here are some excerpts:

You’ve been back on the set of “Glee” for about two weeks now, how does it feel?
We really didn’t have a summer off, so it doesn’t really feel any different, it feels like we’re continuing to do what we were doing. I don’t think I’ll ever take for granted the back lot, the huge back lot right behind our sound stage that I still get excited to walk through. It feels exactly the same, like we never left. I guess we never really did.

You’ve had storylines with a lot of characters over the past two years, is there any characters or actors you’d want to have a storyline with this season?
I would love to do more with Gwyneth (Paltrow) or Kristin (Chenoweth) if they come back. One person I really haven’t had much to do with is Jayma (Mays). I’ve never had much of a storyline with her. And I love Dot (Marie Jones), so I’d love to do some Kurt and Coach Beiste action.

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