January 19, 2010 04:07:45 GMT
Show's creator will be talking to J-Lo soon to have her in charge of cafeteria, the sectionals will be huge in the finale and Kurt will be out and proud with his same-sex relationship.
There were a lot of information regarding "Glee" being released at 2010 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, January 17. Backstage, creator Ryan Murphy said they are trying to reach out to Jennifer Lopez to make an appearance, and later during the press conference held after the ceremony, he said there will be showdown in the season finale.
About the guest starring appearance of Lopez, Murphy said, "I have a meeting with Jennifer Lopez in a couple weeks. She wants to come on. We want her to be a cafeteria lady." Meanwhile, Ryan revealed the sectionals will see the "Glee" club competing with Vocal Adrenaline whose awesome performance they have seen in the pilot.
The show will only be back on April 13 and they are still shooting the episode where Madonna's catalog will be used fully. "We are shooting right now a Madonna episode, a tribute to Madonna," Murphy said. "She may or may not be in the show. We are doing a great number with Jane Lynch and Olivia Newton-John. They are going to do 'Physical'."
Beside announcing that Rachel-Puck relationship will be revived because audience responded well to it, Murphy said openly-gay Kurt will get a lover. "We just announced we're doing a nationwide search for the season 2 cast, and [Kurt's boyfriend is] one of the three roles that we're adding," he said. "And we're going to make them a power couple. We're not going to do the whole hiding in the shadows thing. We're going to make them popular, and out and proud and glamorous. Like prom king and king. We're doing the opposite of what's been done."
Murphy added, "We're also casting sort of a Eve Harrington [from 'All About Eve'] to kind of steal Rachel's thunder a little. So those are two of the three."
Another point being shared during the press conference was that they will take away the baby fever which was a large subject in the first 13 episodes and focus only on Quinn's delivery in the back 9 episodes.