Is the 'Glee' Tour In Danger?

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Could the Glee cast be close to burning out? Listen to what Dijon Talton, who plays New Directions member Matt Rutherford, said:

"So, we wrap after the 26th of this month and then two days later we start our tour rehearsals. Every day, Monday through Sunday, for a couple weeks, and then we go on tour for a couple weeks, four cities, I believe. They are mostly sold out, and then a month later, back to do 22 episodes of season two. So it's kind of like no break, work, work, work."

He says the cast loves it and "wouldn't have it any other way," but wow! Everyone needs some time to sleep!

Heather Morris, whose character is ditzy cheerleader Brittany, spills, "We haven't started the rehearsals yet, but we will be starting them for only two weeks prior to the actual tour itself. And it's going to be really rigorous, 'cause we have to get a show together really fast."
Dianna Agron is already planning lots of bubble baths to relax her sore muscles. Recently Lea Michele complained about back problems caused by her Glee routine. Is this high pressure schedule just asking for more injuries?%Poll-44591%

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