Love is in the air for Derry native and ‘The Glee Project’ co-champion Damian McGinty in tomorrow night’s Valentine’s Day episode of ‘Glee.’ McGinty’s character, Rory Flanagan, becomes romantically entangled in a love triangle between himself, Artie (Kevin McHale) and Sugar (Vanessa Lengies).
WetPaint reports that McGinty was dropping the hints about the forthcoming love battle via his Twitter, @DamianMcGinty. When asked for details about what Rory will be up to during the Valentine’s Day episode, McGinty replied “people should get prepared, big shock.”
Last month, McGinty dropped a few more hints about his upcoming plotlines to E! Online. "I'm excited because the storyline is not as simple as Rory just getting a girl,” said McGinty. “He doesn't quite have the girl but he kind of does and then there's like a whole story behind it that is going to continue through the season where people might see a different side of Rory."
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Reportedly, Rory Flanagan and Artie will be battling to take newcomer Sugar to her Valentine’s Day soiree. While we know that Artie is going to try to woo Sugar with a rendition of ‘Let Me Love You,’ the cast seems to be keeping mum about what Rory Flanagan has in store to win over Sugar’s love.
Could this be the starting point for a more involved storyline for McGinty? We hope so! After becoming co-champion on ‘The Glee Project,’ the former Celtic Thunder crooner was guaranteed a seven-show stint on the hit FOX program. He has since had his contract extended, though he hasn’t received all too much airtime in the meantime.
Below, check out the preview for the Valentine’s Day episode entitled ‘Heart’ of ‘Glee’!
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