Fans of “Glee” have been waiting for Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) to get back together and now that showrunner Ryan Murphy has confirmed that by Valentine’s day these two will be together again (or at least making out in a car), fans are dying to know how it’s going to all go down.
Murphy has been teasing (as he loves to do)a new duet between Kurt and Blaine for an upcoming episode of “Glee” season 4, saying that the pair will be singing “Come What May” from the Baz Lurmann film “Moulin Rouge.” Murphy has been hinting that Kurt and Blaine would be singing a romantic song together and after uploading a video of part of the script for the episode he’s now confirmed that it is indeed happening and what song they will be singing. The portion of the script that Murphy revealed on his Twitter account read:
“Kurt stands atop a rooftop strung with paper lanterns, as music plays. Pure romance. Blaine approaches singing “Come What May” from Moulin Rouge. Kurt seems torn…”
Will Kurt be strong enough at this point to move forward with Blaine after the indiscretion or will he still need more time to heal? It’s hard to say what Murphy has up his sleeve since he likes to tear couples apart to keep the fans desire for them burning hot, but Kurt and Blaine have been broken up for quite a while now, so it feels like it’s time to let them rekindle their romance and give the fans what they want – especially since all three of the main couples (Kurt/Blaine, Brittany/Santana and Rachel/Finn) have been broken up since last season. Throw us a bone Murphy!
New episodes of “Glee” season 4 won’t be returning to Fox until Thursday, January 24th, but be sure to check back here for more news and spoilers to tide you over until then.
Photo: Ryan Murphy, Twitter