Of course, seeing these love stories played out onscreen makes us curious about actors’ offscreen lives.
Here’s a rundown of the has introduced plenty of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender characters.
the big deal in 2010: According to Michele, she dated co-star Matthew Morrison (who plays Glee Club choir director turned insufferable high school student wannabe Will Schuester) for a hot minute years ago — back when they were both working on Broadway, and the Fox dramedy was but a glimmer in Ryan Murphy’s eye.
We're not dating." On Glee, Monteith's Hudson and Michele's neurotic and self-proclaimed star Rachel Berry are involved in a complicated love quadrangle that also includes former Cheerios cheerleader Quinn Fabray (Dianna Agron) and footballer Puck (Mark Salling). One thing that Monteith thinks would make matters worse: Transporting their relationships from the small screen to reality -- like Gossip Girl's Penn Badgley and Blake Lively. That seems like it would be tricky," Monteith said.
Gleeks will remember that before Michele and Monteith became an off-screen item, the going rumor was that Michele and Morrison were a secret couple — which the two always denied in the early years of the show.
(To save you from looking it up, their pairing is not as scandalous as their characters may lead you to believe: Morrison is only eight years older than Michele.) In any case, this is just another item to add to the growing list of Things On Inspired By Real Life.
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(People.com) -- Sure, costars on another popular show are dating in real life -- to the delight of fans -- but that's not the case for Glee's Cory Monteith.