The actor told marieclaire.co.uk that season three will 'be very realistic'
It’s been rumoured that everyone from Lea Michele and Chris Colfer to Dianna Agron and Cory Monteith could graduate Glee’s famous McKinley High next season, with talk hotting up as filming gets underway.
But when we caught up with Glee guy Kevin McHale, A.K.A Artie Abrams, he told marieclaire.co.uk that, far from being sad, he sees the graduations as a ‘natural process,’ and is pleased next season’s show will be so realistic.
‘What happens happens,’ he said of the rumours.
‘As much the show gets exaggerated in lots of aspects, it’s also very realistic, and I think us graduating is just part of what happens to high school students.’
Keeping very quiet on exactly who may leave in season three, he added: ‘They’ve already started integrating new people – for example bringing Darren on to the show – and I think it’s a natural process, like what actually happens in real life.’
Mr McHale also told us he was ‘genuinely disappointed’ the McKinley High kids didn’t win at the Nationals in season two, but hopes it might happen in the future.
‘When the show started Ryan had it all mapped out, and I guess that maybe we assumed that we would win nationals – it was just the consensus.
‘We had always said: “oh yeah we’re going to win nationals” – lose first year, win second year, and we heard that we would. Maybe it’s just so that it doesn’t get leaked out, so that we don’t tell anybody, to trick us!’
During the interview, Kevin and his gorgeous Glee co-star Dianna Agron also let us in on their favourite Glee numbers, how the live shows have been ‘madness’ and what it was like to star in Katy Perry’s music video.
Read the FULL interview with Kevin and Dianna here…