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Tuesday 23 December 2014

Matthew Morrison gets breast gift

Matthew Morrison
Matthew Morrison

Matthew Morrison was once given pastries "shaped like breasts" by a fan.

The actor has risen to fame playing Will Schuester in the hit TV show Glee. The show has attracted a few unusual followers who would do just about anything to get near the star.

"One gave me these little pastries that were shaped like breasts. I was like, 'OK...' I didn't eat them," he told UK magazine more!

The 33-year-old has moved away from television to appear in the film What to Expect When You're Expecting alongside Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Lopez. The star hopes to land more challenging roles.

"Anything that's away from Mr. Schuester at this point. I really want to do something dark, like being a serial killer," he said.

However he's enjoying his work on the series and likes being given the chance to give his input. He has hinted about what to expect in upcoming episodes.

"Right now we're getting towards the end of the season and a lot of the kids are graduating so he's sad. But Will did just get engaged, so hopefully we'll see a wedding and maybe babies," he said.

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