I mean I’ve always been a music junkie, and there’s a difference between listening to the radio a lot and like following what their charts positions are and who the labels are, who the reps are. I was the kid that read the liner notes, who read the producers, who knew the, not knew personally but who always kept a pretty watchful eye on who is writing the big pop hits, cause as a kid that’s really what I wanted to do, wanted to be, writing in pop music or producing pop music. So it’s just a big hobby that I love, it’s just how some people know every actor in every movie and every director, and that’s kind how I feel about music and um, I don’t know, it’s just, it’s a hobby, again for better or for worse.
I have my hopes, you know, I think that the romantic - and actually the pragmatist in me, I was going to make it romantic but, the absolute practical common sense in me goes “Well, yeah they should be together like all great, fun love stories like duh.” That’s not even… it’s like when you are watching a romantic comedy and if you press pause in the middle of the movie you go “What do you think… what do you hope happens?” and you go “I hope they end up together.” It’s like of course the are going to end up together. That’s the whole point. You just want to hear somebody say it. I don’t hold the keys to the plot at all, I don’t know, I just work there. I mean I am sure they’ll end up together, I’d love to see that, but who knows? Jeez, Glee can do anything at the drop of a hat so who knows what’ll happen but of course you want to see them together in some nice flourish of an ending, tie everything up with a nice little bow. I think the fans would appreciate that but who knows?
Darren Criss on his hopes where Kurt and Blaine end up by the finale. (x