’ Here’s a sneak peak of what did go on behind the scenes of the video for Places though: She and Cory met on the set of Glee in 2009 but it wasn’t until 2012 that they began dating.They were together for a year and a half and were even reportedly planning to marry before Cory’s shock death from an overdose in July 2013 at the age of 31. series finale has aired and the show is officially over.
Which means that Sam and Mercedes are “so June.” But Mercedes has a hot new relationship with Marcus (La Marcus Tinker), who promises her, “We’re gonna make beautiful cocoa babies.” Puck & Lauren: Lauren Zises (Ashley Fink) dumped both Puck and the glee club, not necessarily in that order. Tina & Mike: They seem to have settled into couple-hood just fine.Brittany & Santana: Aside from a comment from Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) about Santana “playing both sides,” there was nary a mention of their lady love.Asked if she had a drink while recording it the singer said: ‘No wine during the recording of Places, I’ll tell you that.It was too vocally challenging, so none in the recording studio!Throughout the hour we learn the fate of all the main characters and are treated to a bunch of great musical numbers.
-Mercedes goes on tour as Beyonce’s opening act and doesn’t get back together with Sam -Sam becomes the new director of the New Directions -Mc Kinley High becomes a performing arts high school and Will is named principal FIVE YEARS LATER -Rachel wins a Tony Award and is married to Jesse St. and Rachel is their surrogate -Tina and Artie are back together -Sue is the Vice President of the United States, serving under President Jeb Bush -The Mc Kinley High theater is renamed to the Finn Hudson Auditorium The first hour of the episode is a look back at the characters in 2009 before the New Directions started.
"We're great friends," the actor, who plays Mc Kinley High's quarterback Finn Hudson on the FOX show, said Thursday at the Marshalls and T. Maxx "Carol-Oke" contest at New York's Bryant Park.
"We've become really close over the show, but we're just friends.
(People.com) -- Sure, costars on another popular show are dating in real life -- to the delight of fans -- but that's not the case for Glee's Cory Monteith.
The 27-year-old star's onscreen chemistry with Lea Michele, 23, is just an act.
We're not dating." On Glee, Monteith's Hudson and Michele's neurotic and self-proclaimed star Rachel Berry are involved in a complicated love quadrangle that also includes former Cheerios cheerleader Quinn Fabray (Dianna Agron) and footballer Puck (Mark Salling). One thing that Monteith thinks would make matters worse: Transporting their relationships from the small screen to reality -- like Gossip Girl's Penn Badgley and Blake Lively. That seems like it would be tricky," Monteith said.