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Last week, Glee was back with its annual Christmas episode. This year, “Glee, Actually” featured a lot of ups and downs for various characters. Check out this behind the scenes video from the episode featuring some on-location shots of Chris Colfer and Mike O’Malley in New York City!

The video was posted on Glee’s official YouTube account:

We love the explanation of the various notable dance moves from Kevin McHale as he was filming “Feliz Navidad.” The look on Mike Chang’s expression as Artie does Mike’s usual flail dance is priceless.

“Only Kevin could do that. He’s the only one who could pull that off,” says Chris Colfer as he laughs at Kevin’s ridiculous dance moves.

Did you catch Glee’s Christmas episode “Glee, Actually” last week? Fans seemed to have a lot to say about the episode after it finished airing in our weekly conversation post.

After last week’s episode, Ryan Murphy also released an image of a shirtless Blaine Anderson that is meant to be used as a photo for a calendar. Ryan Murphy called the calendar, “Men of McKinley.” Rumors are surfacing that the glee club sells the calendar as a fund raiser for a specific event in the second half of the season!

  • Kat

    Is there a reason we haven’t been getting new Glee Chat episodes?

    • Luna

      All the hosts became ghosts and can type, but cannot be heard by the living.

      Ok, totally kidding. On twitter it said that there were technical difficulties, and they’ll have the new episode out tonight.

  • Marie

    I wish Kevin could dance more. I always find his performances entertaining, and Feliz Nabidad kept me smiling, in spite of the cheesiness.

    Also, I feel like my life would be improved if Chris and Mike were my friends.

  • q

    Why no Gleecap this week?

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