Belfast Telegraph

Glee cast welcomed to New York city

The cast of Glee were welcomed to New York by its mayor, Michael Bloomberg.

They were in town to film its season two finale episode, and met the mayor outside the Gershwin Theatre, one of its filming locations.

"Mayors don't get a lot of time to watch television, so I don't know much about this season's plot but actually it would be great to see what happens with Finn and Rachel," joked Bloomberg.

In the final episode of the season, the students will go to New York for a national glee club competition. The show is to film all week long in the city, at landmarks such as Central Park and Lincoln Centre.

"We've been filming Glee in Los Angeles for two years. We've never met the mayor there," said one of the show's executive producers, Dante Di Loreto.

Dozens of fans lined up outside the theatre to get a glimpse of actors from the show. Cory Monteith and Mark Salling were among those who appeared at the news conference.

:: Glee in on E4 on Monday nights.


From Belfast Telegraph