Dianna Agron Promises ‘Surprising Moments’ At ‘Glee’ Prom
“Glee” is gearing adult for a comparison prom. In a rarely expected episode, a McKinley High School seniors will be sauce to a nines to applaud a miracle night on Tuesday’s (May 8) episode. With usually 3 episodes left until a large deteriorate finale, this will certainly be a night to remember before a seniors put on those caps and gowns for graduation.
No promenade would be finish yet a theme, and that’s where Heather Morris’ impression Brittany came in. She picked a unequivocally singular thesis of dinosaurs, creation this not a unchanging promenade yet a “prom-asaurus.”
“Glee” star Dianna Agron stopped by MTV News final month and gave us a hide look during what fans can design from a large bash.
“We had Eric Stoltz behind with us, who destined final year’s — he’s unequivocally fun and unequivocally knows teenage life. That promenade partial final year unequivocally felt like ‘Pretty in Pink’ and ‘Sixteen Candles’ — it had that overwhelming hold to it,” Agron said. “This promenade is unequivocally opposite from final year’s. It wasn’t some of a final year, and there wasn’t unequivocally that suspicion routine like that this competence be one of a final moments together, so that’s all unequivocally incorporated in this year’s. There’s a fun thesis to it; there’s some unequivocally startling moments. we consider people will like it.”
Even yet there is a dinosaur theme, unfortunately no one will indeed be personification that part, even yet Agron pronounced she “wishes” she could have. However, a singer is only vehement to re-create promenade night, that she admits was unequivocally opposite from her possess promenade experience.
“We went with all of a friends, so it wasn’t unequivocally so most of ‘let’s have a regretful date.’ There were about 25 of us who only said, ‘OK collect somebody,’ ” Agron revealed. “And we all went in a train and we all had cooking before. It was only unequivocally fun and a lot of dancing.”
Another thing that will be opposite during a “Glee” prom, of course, is a music. The expel will reasonably be holding on Ke$ha‘s “Dinosaur.” Lea Michele will be rebellious Fergie‘s “Big Girls Don’t Cry” and a New Directions will be holding on One Direction with their cover of “What Makes You Beautiful.”
“We met them when we were on ‘X Factor,’ like a year and a half ago in London,” Agron pronounced of assembly a child band. “They were so sweet, so cute. They were unequivocally cheeky, and now I’ve listened dual of their songs, unequivocally catchy.”
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