'Glee' Klaine Box Scene: Ryan Murphy Shares Kurt and Blaine Deleted Scene

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Watch the deleted Glee "box scene" video--so cute!

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Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy had a special gift for fans on Twitter: the deleted "box scene" between Kurt and Blaine.

Having Ryan on Twitter is maybe the best thing ever to happen to Gleeks!

Ryan is turning his Twitter account into a goldmine of spoilers and fun info for Glee and American Horror Story fans.

He tweeted: "Gleeks are the best fans in the world. Because you asked for it... here is the long lost Klaine Box Scene."

The Klaine "box scene" was deleted from the third season of Glee (the Christmas episode, to be exact), and Gleeks have been hoping to see it for some time.

In the scene, Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) talk Christmas, with Blaine sweetly giving Kurt a handmade promise ring. Made from gum wrappers!

When Blaine pulls out the box, Kurt says, "If that's an engagement ring, my answer is yes."

Instead, it's a promise ring, Blaine explains, "To always love you. To defend you, even if I know you're wrong. To surprise you. To always pick up your phone call, no matter what I'm doing. To bake you cookies at least twice a year. To kiss you wherever and whenever you want. But mostly just to make sure that you remember how perfectly imperfect you are."

Altogether now... awww!

Let's hope those promises carry into season 4 of Glee, which premieres September 13 at 9 p.m. on FOX.

Also? Ryan promises more exclusive stuff for Twitter followers, as he tweeted: "Looking at all your great requests. The infamous Bridesmaids Scene coming tomorrow... and, more exclusive stuff on the way!"

It's the bomb: Check out some hilarious photobombs right here!



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