Chris Colfer and Jonathan Groff Reflect on Glee's Last Day of Filming: 'It Was Really Emotional'
By Leanne Aguilera
It's almost time to say Glee-bye.
This past Saturday, Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and the rest of the groundbreaking Glee cast said a sad farewell to William McKinley High School as they finished filming their very last day of the series.
“Oh, my God. Well, we just wrapped it last night and tears were flowing like blood in a red wedding," Colfer confessed to ETonline at an Oscars after-party on Sunday night. "I wasn’t even expecting it to be so emotional, but it was pretty emotional.”
Colfer continued, "You know, it was the first time I had ever wrapped a show. So hearing the series wrap on my name was really interesting."
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Following the wrap party -- which was a Glee-themed carnival on the Paramount Studios lot in L.A. -- the 24-year-old actor shared a photo with his fans of the empty auditorium with the caption, "And that's a wrap! #Glee #6Seasons #BestCastandCrew #Family."
Another fan-favorite also returned to bid adieu to the New Directions. Jonathan Groff, who played the hilariously haughty Jesse St. James, revealed that the mood on set was "happy-sad" on the final day of filming.
"I was there for the final shot and it was really emotional and celebratory," Groff spilled to ETonline. "It was really special. I felt really lucky to be bearing witness to that. Those guys do an hour-long show for 22 episodes and they’ve been doing it for seven years. That’s a lot of hours clocked. So I think it was a really special moment for everybody.”
Groff celebrated this bittersweet moment with Michele, his off-screen BFF at the top of the Glee ferris wheel.