Rachel and Finn may have broken up on Glee, but Lea Michele and Cory Monteith’s off-screen romance will stand the test of time— at least according to their co-star, Chris Colfer.“I’m pretty sure we have Thanksgiving plans for 2018,” the actor said about the longevity of the real-life Finchel.
PHOTO: Cory and Lea's Cozy ThanksgivingSo does that mean he thinks Lea and Cory’s behind-the-scenes relationship will prosper even after Glee may be off the air?“Oh yeah I think so!” he admits. But that’s not the only relationship that will last from the hit show .
NEWS: Lea Puts Pregnancy Rumors to RestChris, who wrote and will star in the upcoming movie Struck By Lightning, is well-aware that his role as an openly-gay teenager on the FOX hit will leave an impression on millions for years to come.“It’s great, but it’s a lot of pressure,” he confessed. “I never realized, going into it, how much [Kurt] would become a role model and put me in a role model status.”
NEWS: Cory's New Glee Love InterestBut there are no regrets for the accomplished 22-year-old, even if all eyes are on him. “It’s a lot of pressure, but I’m so glad to be part of such a creation.”