Last week, we dropped a pretty HUGE Glee spoiler regarding the identity of this year's McKinley High Prom King and Queen, which was apparently leaked by an extra on the set named Nicole Crowther, and caused the series' co-creator, Brad Falchuk, to flip out via Twitter and essentially tell her that she would never work in this town again!
Well now, the squealer has come forward to not only claim that she hasn't been on the set of the show since October and she heard the info from a friend at a dinner party, but that she is also looking into legal options because she thinks that she's been blacklisted in the industry!
"I didn't even know if the girl I heard it from was joking or telling the truth. I was not an extra for that scene and haven't been an extra on the show since Oct. 2010. I didn't violate any code of ethics or violate a contract. I have been on the set of many shows and have never, and would never, give away any information…And I am truly sorry for any trouble I have caused. But that was never what I intended. I wanted to be just another speculator weighing in. Mr. Falchuk publicly humiliated me and has made it clear that he never wants me to work again in Hollywood."
Sounds like she really had no idea what kind of controversy was coming her way with those Tweets!
Which makes sense to us! It is, ultimately, only a TV show - a TV show with a whole 'lotta crazy ass fans who take it deathly seriously!
However, we wouldn't want to see anyone's potential career taking such a tumble over something this silly, so hopefully this whole mess will blow over and the Gleeks of the world will let the spoilage of a fictional, on-screen Prom King and Queen go!
What do U think?? Should the extra still be held accountable?
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