There's a group of party animals livening up Hollywood's posh soirees these days, but it's not the usual red carpet suspects. It's not the Kardashians or the Hiltons or the cast of "True Blood" (those actors really do love the nightlife). It's those adorable and talented kids from "Glee."
While wading through the packed crowd of A and B-listers during January's post-Golden Globes Warner Bros/InStyle party, what did this writer discover but a small circle of youngsters dancing and celebrating the night away. It was "Glee's" Jenna Ushkowitz, Kevin McHale, Chris Colfer and Amber Riley getting their groove on with no cares in the world. And honestly, it was quite refreshing. So, there was little surprise six months later when the same "Glee" posse created an impromptu dance floor with none other than Joss Whedon at Comic-Con's hottest and most difficult ticket, the EW/SyFy party. Along with co-stars Naya Rivera, Heather Morris, the up and coming actors spoke to HitFix the following day and admitted that dancing at parties was their "thing."
The "Glee"sters also discussed what they know about the upcoming season, the songs they are dying to perform the most and the biggest benefits of being on FOX's massive pop culture phenomenon.
To see an interview with "Glee" creator Ryan Murphy, click here.
"Glee" returns to FOX on Sept. 21.