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To celebrate the 100th episode of Glee, many of the original cast members—including Heather Morris, Mark Salling, Dianna Agron and Amber Riley—are slated to return to McKinley High, and we could not be more pumped!
It looks like we’re not the only ones. In Touch caught up with Harry Shum Jr., who shared his excitement about returning to the hit musical comedy.
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“I’ll be back, along with most of the original cast. I think almost everyone,” he said. “I’m excited to come back, I have absolutely no clue what’s in store. I just know it’s the 100th episode and they’ll be remixing old numbers that we’ve done previously.”
At the end of November, it was revealed Gleeks could vote for the songs they’d like to see the new and old members of New Directions perform together. Harry admitted that there was one song in particular he was hoping to recreate!
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“’Somebody to Love’ is still my favorite, from Queen,” he told In Touch. “It was that moment where we felt like it was really special. Previously we didn’t understand and we were just like, ‘Oh this is a show and it’s fun.’ But there, we realized, this is a special group and even outside the cast, the crew and everyone.”
The 31-year-old also shared his personal twist that would make “Somebody to Love” even more special.
“I also think it would be funny to do ‘Somebody to Love’ [by] Justin Bieber, because that was just ridiculous,” he said. “That was when [Chord Overstreet] got really into dancing. He’s always asking me for advice, like, ‘Is this a good body roll?’”
LOL! If Chord wants dance advice, he’s looking in the right place! Harry is currently working with Coke and (RED) to help combat HIV/AIDs—with dance!
Harry is encouraging fans to upload videos of their dancing to Coke Red Moves. For the first 1,000 videos uploaded, Coke will make a donation to buy life-saving medicine for someone living with HIV.
For more information, or to upload your own video, visit CokeRedMoves.com.