When dreamy new orchestra director Blaine Anderson shows up
at Mountain High, an arts school near L.A., Kurt doesn’t plan on having much to
do with him. Kurt just wants to keep his
head down and do his job, heading up the choral program and making sure Rachel
doesn’t go overboard with her drama students.
It’s hard enough admitting that he needed a break from his acting career
without adding failed romance to the equation.
But when even Rachel succumbs to Blaine’s charms, Kurt
decides to see for himself what Blaine is like.
Written for the 2016 Kurt Hummel Big Bang. Many thanks to the talented @47mel47 for creating this amazing trailer - I want to watch it over and over. Here’s the link so you can give her some love directly. And thanks as
always to my dear friend and wonderful beta @perryavenue without whom this fandom life would not be nearly as much fun.
Kurt figures he must have missed the email in the flurry of
back to school activity. But as he files
in to the first teacher orientation meeting of the year, shuffling around the circle
of chairs to make space for several late arrivals, Rachel is quick to fill him
“There’s a new orchestra director. Easy on the eyes, isn’t he? Although apparently he hasn’t taught high
Kurt leans forward and looks down the row, but the athletic
director is blocking his view. All he
can see is that the new teacher is wearing bright red pants and boat shoes. “Did Mr. Cortez retire?”
Rachel nods. “Sort
of. I think Sue kicked him out. Something about not showing sufficient
respect for her royal highness.”
“She’s not royalty, no matter what she says. I checked.”
BIGBANG confirms attendance to Infinite Challenge, Radio Star & SBS Gayo Daejun!
According to a broadcast source, BIGBANG has decided to appear on MBC’s “Radio Star” as a whole group. “The five members will be able to have honest conversations with the four MCs, and will also be performing a live stage,” a source revealed.
Meanwhile, BIGBANG will be making their return with their full album “MADE” on December 12. The album is a conclusion to their “M.A.D.E” project, and will be their last album before T.O.P’s military enlistment date.
On December 5, YG Entertainment confirmed the news, saying, “BIGBANG has been confirmed to attend the 2016 SBS Gayo Daejun (also known as SAF) on December 26. The group has been confirmed to attend the awards festival, which will be held on December 22 to 26 at COEX Mall.
They will be filming their Infinite Challenge episode sometime in December.