Lea Michele, who plays Broadway-bound
diva Rachel Berry on Glee, says she'll share more story lines
with Darren Criss and Chris Colfer on the show's upcoming third
Criss, who plays out-and-proud Blaine
Anderson, and Colfer, who plays William McKinley High gay student
Kurt Hummel, declared their love for one another during the show's
second season finale.
Michele spoke about the upcoming season
with all-things-television website TheTVAddict.com.
“I know that I have some really great
story lines with Chris Colfer and Darren Criss. I know that I'm
going to be in the high school musical which I can't say but it's one
of my dream roles – not Fanny Brice [of Funny Girl fame].
So I know that I'm doing that and I know that they're going back to a
lot of classic songs. From the first script it was not a lot of top
10 songs but older songs which I love and am so excited to sing and
lots of Broadway. So I'm super excited about that.”
When asked if viewers can expect to see
her character's gay dads, Michele answered: “You know what, what
the heck? Like really, I really hope so! For me, my dream of
meeting Rachel's dads would just be even if she was performing on
stage, taking a bow, and then she just waves and there they were her
dads in the audience, Elton John… and… one of them is African
American so I've always had trouble about thinking who that would