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‘Glee’ season 5 spoilers: Darren Criss talks about future for Kurt, Blaine

What's in the future for Kurt and Blaine?
What's in the future for Kurt and Blaine?
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Glee” returns in late February and the much celebrated 100th episode will follow a few weeks later. According to Matt Carter on Jan. 19, two of the show’s most beloved characters, Kurt and Blaine, are due some extra screen time in the second half of the season and we are looking forward to it.

The pair got engaged in the season premiere but has been noticeably apart ever since. Darren Criss who plays Blaine shared some his thoughts on the potential future for the couple if, as everyone suspects, Blaine moves to New York. Rather than jumping right into marriage, Criss hopes the two move in together and take some time to navigate the murky waters of cohabitation. Here’s what he said:

“For Blaine, if he moves to New York – and I don’t know if this is going to happen – but I would assume they’re going to live together. Call me crazy, but when you get engaged to somebody usually that’s a good idea. So that will present a whole new structure to their relationship, and I’m sure it will create problems and conflict, which those things do and we grow and we learn and all that good character development stuff. But I don’t know. We’ll see. My guess is as good as anyone’s.”

Watching the two of them mature and grow as individuals while forging their relationship together would be a wonderful and entertaining journey to tag along for. Bring on the Klaine!

“Glee” returns on Feb. 27 but until then, we’ll keep you posted on updates, news and any spoilers that come our way.

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