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'Glee': Preview Kurt and Blaine's Christmas duet

December 3, 2010 |  1:17 pm

Tuesday brings the last new episode of “Glee” until February's post-Super Bowl episode. Yes, I said February. It's going to be a long wait, but next week's episode, “A Very Glee Christmas,” promises to leave fans in the holiday spirit before it embarks on that long, cold winter hiatus.

Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) will duet on “Baby, It's Cold Outside” and their rendition is anything but cold. Is there such a thing as flirting through singing? Because these two are definitely doing that in the preview below. The holidays have a way of bringing people together, so you have to wonder if this song is the start of something more.

On the other end of the happy/sad scale, a lonely Rachel (Lea Michele) sings “Merry Christmas, Darling” while staring longingly at all the happy couples celebrating Christmas. Looks like she's feeling some major remorse about cheating on Finn (Cory Monteith), who's topping a Christmas tree with Santana (Naya Rivera). They look awfully close, but I'd like to think Finn wouldn't be able to move on so quickly since he claimed to have really loved Rachel. And all is blissful between Sam and Quinn as they kiss under the mistletoe.





Readers, what did you think of Kurt and Blaine's duet? Do you think the holidays will lead to romance and maybe even some forgiveness for Rachel?

— Vlada Gelman (follow my TV musings on Twitter at @stayingin)

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