I’ve got to be honest with you: I’ve been pretty down every since Fox cancelled Glee, the show; Glee, the feature film; and Glee, the world tour due to the fact that not-currently-publicly-queer-identifying actress Dianna Agron wore that “Likes Girls” T-shirt and sent half the lesbians on earth into a spiral of Nuclear-level Processing Doom.
Wait, what? The Glee cast is still on tour? The movie is still in the works? The show will be back for a third season with the tagline “The Gayest Motherf–king Show On Earth”? Are you telling me the earth is still spinning? Man, I’ve got to stop getting all my world news from the AfterEllen.com comments sections.
Just kidding, angry lesbians! I love you! Here, have a gorgeous smile!
Anyhoodle, guess what? The New York Post caught up with Naya Rivera in New York City, the last stop on the Glee tour before the gang heads to London. There’s lots of juicy goodness from Rivera.
On going from “minor character” to “the show’s bright spot”:
On becoming “quite the lesbian du jour”:
On her favorite season two moments:
On her hopes for Santana for season three:
One of the most interesting bits of the interview is the part where the actors talk about Glee graduation. It’s something I’ve been wondering about a lot, actually. I read an interview with Jane Lynch where she said Brittany and Santana would be seniors this year, and now these guys are saying there will definitely be some kind of graduation at the end of the season. So is this the last year for Brittana? I guess we can’t worry about that now. The world did just start re-spinning, after all.
What do you think about Naya’s words to the Post? What do you hope is in store for Santana in season there?