To our surprise, Chris Colfer and Dianna Agron became friends on the set, as opposed to their on-screen characters. More proof that these two are best friends was mentioned in Diana's blog many years ago. One night the actress went to a bookstore, but when she was leaving the store, she realized she had lost her keys. Getty Images. Chris received tons of brownies and a sushi dinner for his gallantry.
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For those of you who followed "Glee," you're probably wondering what happened to them and where they are now. Today, we take a look at the real-life partners and delve into their love life. As with all productions, the "Glee" cast had their fair share of bromances, dramas, and breakups. Though the characters on the show seemed to have dated everyone, let's see how their real-life romances panned out. View this post on Instagram.
“Finn” from Glee died
They frequently jump between being in a relationship to being friends because they share the same religion; they are both Jewish. They are the stereotypical relationship between the good girl and the bad boy, also between Jewish teens. Though they are not together, Puck is seen to believe he and Rachel have a strong connection, saying that they are both "hot Jews. In Mash-Up , he has a dream about her and realizes that they are both "hot Jews" and should start dating to make his mother happy.
The couple began dating in Season One , in the episode Sectionals. However, Finn abruptly breaks up with her in Hell-O. Their relationship rises up again in Journey and ends in Special Education when Rachel finds out that Finn slept with Santana , while Rachel was with Jesse ; therefore, Rachel retaliates by making out with Puck. Once again, their relationship is rekindled for the third time when Finn kisses Rachel in New York. After losing at Nationals, they eventually get back together.