Now this is interesting. Zap2it.com reports that on March 10 Cory Monteith posted a photo on his Twitter account of Chris Colfer, who plays Kurt, smiling in front of his character's name hanging in bright lights over a stage. Keeping things mysterious, Cory simply wrote "amaze" under the pic. Well, "amaze" has turned into "confuse" because when we checked Cory's page the very next day, the picture had already been removed.
Sounds fishy. Do you think the power suits over at Fox demanded Cory take it down? Seems like this photo could be leaking juicy Glee plot info that hasn't hit the Web yet. In any case, here's the deal with Neil Patrick Harris' upcoming appearance:
Neil will play Bryan Ryan (funny already, no?), Will's old enemy from his own glee club days. Bryan Ryan's now a board member at McKinley High School and there will be flashback scenes of old-school Bryan getting all the girls and awesome solo parts, while poor Will is overlooked.
The boys' rivalry heats up when Bryan threatens to cancel the glee club. "Show choir ruined his life, made him feel he could be a star, but all he could do is book Carnival cruises," EW reports. "Now he wants vengeance." All this tension will, of course, result in a Will/Bryan duet that airs in May.