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ephie5:

YAAAAASSSS BLAINE ANDERSON IS SINGING ALL OF ME

*flops onto bed*

*pulls covers over my head*

*screeches the most ugly sound ever to come from my mouth*

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chatterboxrose:

5x17 reaction fic: so I got to thinking - how many guys hit on kurt and blaine while at the gay bar (◠‿◠)

They aren’t over doing it with the drinks tonight. They want to have fun and celebrate, not get totally wasted. It’s more fun to dance sober anyway, thinks Kurt. 

Rachel looks like she’s having the time of her life. From Kurt’s seat on the couch, laying on Blaine and Santana, she laughs loudly as a guy in tight black jeans and nothing else grinds on her. She sort of deserves it after the last few days. Weeks, really. 

"Oh my god, you’re so hot."

Kurt turns to see a guy leaning up against Santana, looking down at him with wide eyes. 

"Oh, hello," he says. He giggles just a bit. Okay, so a little bit of drinking had happened. Weak stuff, though. 

"God, please dance with me," says the guy. 

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Inside the Split-Screen Love Story of A Great Big World's "Already Home"

The music video follows the sometimes tumultuous, but almost-always adorable story of bi-coastal lovers, played by Glee star Darren Criss and Gossip Girl actress Jessica Szohr. Viewers peer into each of their lives via side-by-side shots as they go through similar events throughout their day, while Ian Axel and Chad Vaccarino perform onscreen.

Criss came to the video project after Glee covered A Great Big World’s “This Is the New Year” in January 2013. With a friendship forged, “it just kind of clicked,” said [Isaac] Rentz, adding that it was the actor who suggested that [Jessica] Szohr play his love interest.

“We kind of just trusted him — we definitely thought that he’d be able to bring something interesting to the role, and we loved Jessica’s work as well, so it all came together really fast,” Rentz said. “In fact, we cast them like two days before we actually shot the video, which was really quick and kind of a testament to how awesome Darren and Jessica are.”

Enlisting Criss for the video marks a full-circle moment for the twosome, as they called last year’s Glee cover “a life-changing moment for us. We’ll never forget the first time we saw Darren’s character Blaine sing the opening lines of the song. We were at our apartment with all of our family and friends, and in that one moment, millions of people were hearing those words … he’s one of the sweetest and most humble humans we’ve met.”

(Source: darrencriss-news, via ephie5)

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Christ, I dont even ship CrissColfer and that was sexy as hell. That seemed to much to be sole acting. It looked like they were really enjoying themselves with cameras rolling. I often hate the obnoxious things CC shippers post, but even I could tell that they were turned on. How could they not be. They are both such attractive men.

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klainecrisscolferwilsonlove:

Honey, welcome to the ship.  Pull up a chair. We’ve got cheesecake.

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chiasmuslovesme:

just-another-kurtsie:

januarium:

chiasmuslovesme:

So it turns out that the entire gay bar scene is an homage to an earlier musical. A sexed-up, rocked-up homage, but it’s an homage to Lauren Bacall’s show 1970 Applause nonetheless.

There are way, way, way too many similarities for it to be a coincidence She skips the cast party! Her gay assistant Duane (!) knows a place to go! Even the layout of the weirdly empty club in this filmed performance looks like the club they go to in “Opening Night.”

It’s just delightful that they threw in this deep cut musical theater reference. Nobody in their target audience is going to get it. I didn’t get it until I read the comments at the AV Club review. But someday someone who got started on musical theater with Glee is going to watch this version of Applause and go ohhhhh!

This is incredible - there is no doubt in my mind it was a reference. The moment where she is recognised is so similar (though not exactly the same) to the extent that Rachel literally says the same dialogue before the music cuts in “I’m here for the night!”

Ryan said as much on Twitter.

Oh, cool! I don’t follow Murphy on Twitter; that’s good to know.

(via misqueue)

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mostlyklaine:

The way Kurt & Blaine walked in like they fucking owned that bar - there’s no way you are going to convince me that they are not regulars.  

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