Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Interview with 'Glee' star Matthew Morrison on his Golden Globe nomination

Among Glee’s TV-pack-leading four Golden Globe nominations this morning were actor nods for stars Matthew Morrison, who plays William McKinley High School’s glee club coach Will Schuester, Lea Michele, who plays glee club’s obnoxious-yet-talented singer Rachel Berry, and Jane Lynch, who plays Will’s nemesis, the bare-knuckle-competitive coach of the Cheerios (WMHS’s championship-winning chearleading squad), Sue Sylvester. Entertainment Weekly interviewed Morrison.

Tim Stack writes:
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Have you had time to celebrate?

MATTHEW MORRISON: It’s really just talking to friends and family and responding to emails. It’s just been a nonstop morning.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Did you wake up early to watch the nominations?

MATTHEW MORRISON: No. I didn’t. My agent called me, but I was kinda tossing and turning all night because I knew it was happening. But I didn’t wanna watch it.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: You are! What does it mean to get a Golden Globe nomination?

MATTHEW MORRISON: I haven’t really processed that yet. I actually saw a 30 Rock episode not too long ago. Tracy Morgan had a necklace that said EGOT: Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony. It’s kind of part of my introduction now. Everyone says “Tony-nominated actor Matthew Morrison.” So now I have another thing to put on there!
Read full interview here.

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