What do Brittany and Santana's Valentine's Day and Blaine and his bro have in common? Let's just say there's going to be some mashing-up. And some mashing of lips.
Naya Rivera (Santana) and Heather Morris (Brittany) dished to Watch with Kristin one more teeny-tiny detail on Brittana in the Valentine's Day episode, "Heart":
"Brittany and Santana are going to make out."
Heather has previously mentioned multiple kisses and Naya has also said there will be many "cute moments" between Brittana in the episode. But an actual honest-to-Glee Brittana make-out scene? To say that it's "sweet and it's romantic and it will satisfy fans" is the understatement of the season.
But like I said, Brittany and Santana locking lips for an extended period of time isn't the only mashing-up happening soon. As reported by TV Line, the song(s) to be covered by Blaine Anderson (Darren Criss) and his upcoming brother (Matt Bomer) have finally been revealed. Well, the artist has, anyway:
TVLine has learned exclusively that after some long and intense negotiations, ’80s supergroup Duran Duran has cleared two — possibly three — tracks for the hit Fox series. And it’ll be the Brothers Anderson who’ll have the privilege of performing said ditties — as a mash-up!
So, who's most excited about a Duran Duran mash-up? Aside from all us Blaine fans, of course...:
A show source says the Duran Duran number will be “very sexy and fun and big,” adding that Bomer is a “big dancer,” and that Darren Criss, who plays Blaine, is a major Duran aficionado who “has long hungered for some of these songs.”
Speaking of "big" and "sexy"...remember that one "sexy and he knows it" Spanish dude come to challenge Schue at McKinley next episode? Here's one last Glee tidbit related to Ricky Martin's guest appearance to wet your spoiler palate, via E! Online:
Oh, and the Sue wants a baby storyline? Ricky will be involved with that, too.
So you mean he has an ulterior motive? Sneaky.
Head to the comments and squeal about Brittana's kiss in "Heart", guess at some Duran Duran mash-ups, or speculate on just how Sue Sylvester will rope Ricky Martin's character into her baby scheme.