Autobiographical Diva-Off


Last Wednesday, Glee's alto-castrato Kurt, played by Chris Colfer, competed in a "diva-off" for the solo in Wicked's "Defying Gravity." The plot, it turns out, was inspired by Colfer's real life high school talent show experience: "Every year I'd beg to sing 'Defying Gravity' and every year they turned me down because I was a boy and they said it was a girl's song; and every year I protested, saying that there are no lyrics that indicate gender specification whatsoever [...] One day on set, [Glee creator] Ryan Murphy told me he was coming up with a Kurt versus Rachel plotline, and for whatever reason, I started talking about this, and the next thing I know it was in the script." [New York Magazine]


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