'Glee' Cast is Getting Into the Halloween Spooky Spirit
Chris Colfer is ready for the ghosts and goblins who will be knocking on his door October 31st. Just check out the pumpkin he carved.
"Attempted to carve a pumpkin yesterday! It looks like it just got out of rehab," Chris wrote on Twitter under a photo of his pumpkin. Um, Chris, we seriously love you, but don't quit your day job.
Chris isn't the only Glee kid looking for some scary screams this time of year. Lea Michele didn't post a photo of any carved creations, but keeping with the Halloween mood, she tweeted yesterday, "Paranormal Activity with @chriscolfer & @iharryshum! I will be sleeping with the lights on tonight! @chriscolfer you're the best date ever:)"
Carving pumpkins and fright fests? Sounds too wickedly fun for Sue Sylvester. In a clip from tonight's highly anticipated Rocky Horror Picture Show tribute, the Cheerios coach bashes the boo.
"You know what, Western Ohio?" Sue asks. "We've lost the true meaning of Halloween: Fear. Halloween is that magical day of the year when a child is told their grandmother is a demon who's been feeding them rat casserole with a crunchy garnish of their own scabs. Children must know fear. Without it they won't know how to behave. They'll try frenching grizzly bears or consider living in Florida. So moms, skip trick-or-treating this year and instead sit your little toddler down and explain that daddy's a hungry zombie, and before he went out to sharpen his pitchfork, he whispered to mommy that you look delicious."
Wow, Sue. Just wow.
Are you psyched for tonight's episode?