EXCLUSIVE! Lea Michele Spills Secrets from the Set of 'Glee's Final Season
By Leanne Aguilera
It's the beginning of the end.
After five years of musical ups and downs, the sixth and final season of Glee is just around the (holiday) corner, and we're currently counting down the minutes until we're reunited with our favorite McKinley High alumni.
To help pass the time before the Frozen-filled premiere, ET has your exclusive look behind-the-scenes with stars Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison and Darren Criss. Plus, we're bringing you on-set scoop and a musical sneak peek at the very first song of season six!
"At the beginning of season six, we find out what happened with Rachel in Los Angeles and with the TV show and that gets really messed up," Michele spills in our first look video above. "She finds herself back in Ohio but for good reason because these kids need her and she's back to sort of re-boot the glee club."
But Rachel's not the only one who finds herself back in Lima after losing out on her dreams. Due to his slipping grades, Blaine is dropped from NYADA and, like Rachel, is forced move back in with his parents and get a new job.
"I'm the new coach of the Warblers," Blaine announces to Rachel over some java in their old high school hangout The Lima Bean.
So in an effort to "turn these lemons into lemonade" Blaine and Rachel team up to sing their way out of their sorrows with the first song of the season. "When the whole TV series is crashing down, I come back to Ohio and Blaine cheers me up," Michele explains, "We sing "Suddenly Seymore" together which is super sweet."
Watch our full video above for your sneak peek at Michele's snow-filled rendition of "Let It Go," and get the scoop from Morrison on the upcoming "bad blood" between our characters now that Will is the coach of Vocal Adrenaline.