'Glee's' Chris Colfer: Every time I enter a room 'Single Ladies' comes on
While I was on the red carpet at FOX's winter press event this week, my right hand (wo)man Marisa Roffman was inside the party informing "Glee"'s Chris Colfer of what's happening with his show.
Chris was already aware that it's been picked up for a second season. But the fact that they're doing an upcoming episode with all original songs was news to him. And he didn't really know about the upcoming "reality special" -- during which FOX will find a few fresh-faced kids to add to the cast -- either.
But why should he? The boy is busy... especially now that he and his co-stars are finally back to work, shooting the second half of "Glee" season one.
"We didn't have much down time with touring and Australia and all the press things I went to," says Colfer in the video below. "But the little down time that we did have drove us insane because we're so used to being busy, so [we're] very glad to be back."
We caught all of the above on tape, so you can watch it go down... though the best part of the clip is that "Single Ladies" -- the anthem of his character Kurt -- starts playing just seconds after we turn the camera on and essentially acts as the soundtrack to our chat with him.
Chris/Kurt, if we had your McKinley High yearbook right now, we'd totally write "Stay sweet!"
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