'Glee’s' Grant Gustin In Talks To Be Series Regular
Could more trouble be in store for Glee’s Kurt and Blaine? Gay Warbler Sebastian, played by pupcake Grant Gustin, has revealed that he will continue to be “in and out” over the course of the current season and that an offer to be a series regular for Season 4 is “on the table.”
Though Sebastian’s early appearances had him competing with Kurt (Chris Colfer) for the affections of Blaine (Darren Criss), Gustin tells The Hollywood Reporter fans will see a change in his character beginning with the Michael Jackson tribute episode which is scheduled to air on Tuesday, January 31.
"As of the Michael Jackson episode, he's slightly separating himself [from Blaine] and is less flirtatious and more of a dick," Gustin told THR. "He's not necessarily pursuing Blaine anymore. He's not as into it as he has been in the past. Blaine's not giving him anything to work with and he's probably a little bored with it and moves on."
Gustin also said that he hopes his character follows in Blaine’s footsteps by eventually transferring to McKinley High and that he’s not only “open to the idea” of an on-screen romance between Sebastian and Dave Karofsky (Max Adler), but thinks, “It’d be fun.”