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January 6th, 2017.

Klainers did a project called #BeforeKlaine. They tweeted about how this beautiful couple changed/saved their lives. I was crying reading all the tweets. And I was emotional seeing how the Klaine fandom is still here even when the show ended years ago, Also I am so proud of all of them and please, don’t forget: 

You are beautiful, awesome and important. 

This post is just a compilation of some tweets from the fandom. 

Thanks for participating!

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Behind the Scenes on Glee’s Final Days

As the beloved Fox series ends on March 20, actor Darren Criss shares the most special moments from the last episode’s taping. Catch the two-hour series finale on Friday, March 20, at 8 p.m. ET on Fox

It’s a look back in time for Criss and his on-screen husband, Chris Colfer (Kurt Hummel), who shoot a final high school hallway scene. “The last setup was very emotional because we never knew when the last take was going to be,” Criss explains.

“By the time we wrapped Glee, I had the joy of getting to celebrate five birthdays on set,” Darren Criss (Blaine Anderson) tells PEOPLE. “Birthdays on set were always fun because craft services always made a point to surprise whoever’s birthday it was in between camera setups with cake and candles.”

*Originally posted on March 19, 2015, the day before the Glee finale

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7 years of Glee:

7 years since we first fell in love with Finn Hudson, and more importantly, Cory Monteith, while singing “Can’t Fight This Feeling” in the showers

7 years since we first grew to admire Rachel Berry - as annoying as she might have been - through her passion and strive for stardom

7 years since we met with the original diva, Mercedes Jones, through the song R-E-S-P-E-C-T and her assuring us that she will forever be Beyonce

7 years since we we saw that adorkable wheelchaired kid Artie Abrams, and knew we wanted him to be a part of our squad

7 years since Kurt Hummel taught us everything this show stands for, that it’s okay to be different because your real friends will accept you

7 years since we heard Blaine Anderson sing Teenage Dream for Kurt, with over-gelled hair and the biggest smile you’ve ever seen

7 years since we instantly fell in love with Trouty Mouth through his rendition of “Billionaire” (the Glee fans still have their theories about the real reason the Kylie Jenner challenge got started)

7 years since Noah Puckerman reminded us that people do change, and no matter how much of a jackass you may have been in high school you can still come out on top

7 years since we met the most complex “prom queen” stereotype of all time, Quinn Fabray, as she taught us to chase your dreams no matter where it leads you, and don’t let your past define you

7 years since we were introduced to resident bad girl Santana Lopez, and we realized that appearances are deceiving - the high school bitch can also be the one with the biggest heart

7 years since Brittany S. Pierce proved that self-esteem is where your intelligence comes from, regardless of what anyone else says

7 years since Tina Cohen-Chang showed that no matter how dim your light appears right now, it can still shine just as bright if you want it to

7 years since Mike Chang taught us to follow our dreams, no matter what anyone else has to say about it

7 years since Sue Sylvester and her evil bitch facade walked into our lives, ruining and saving every bit of it

7 years since Will Schuester taught us to chase our dreams, if it leads to stardom or not

7 years of the show that changed our lives forever.

7 years of the show that gave us new perspective

7 years of the show that taught us about acceptance, love, and dreams

To an outsider, it’s just a show

To us, it’s family