When “Glee” returns from its winter hiatus on April 10, a new, extremely handsome face will be in the mix. Matt Bomer heads to Lima as Cooper Anderson, Blaine’s older brother. FOX has released a behind-the-scenes featurette about Bomer’s guest spot, and if you’re a fan of extremely attractive men with eyes so blue you could dive in and swim for hours, then it’s worth a watch.
The “White Collar” star teams up with Darren Criss for two duets, one featuring Duran Duran’s “Rio” and the other featuring of-the-moment breakup anthem, Gotye’s “Somebody I Used to Know.”
Bomer tells Entertainment Weekly that he loved singing both songs. “The Duran Duran was just fun pop and it was great to get to dance and
interact and use the whole one-upmanship of all that. But to me, I love
the Gotye song because it’s so actable and so immediate and so
But the best part was the choreography, which was very different from the dance moves in his upcoming male stripper movie. “It’s so funny, about five minutes into the choreography session for the Duran Duran session I realized ‘Oh, the “Magic Mike” choreography is very different from the “Glee” choreography. It’s not all about me shaking my crotch!’ A lot less body rolling going on. It was a lot of fun to do the boy-band choreography I never got to do.”
Check out the video below, and head over to EW for the full Bomer interview.