'Glee' Roundup: Christmas Album Track List, a Klaine Reunion and More
'Glee' Roundup: Christmas Album Track List, a Klaine Reunion and More
Jeff Dodge
Jeff Dodge
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Thanksgiving may be tomorrow, but it's also time to start thinking about Christmas, which Glee is doing as they get set to release another holiday album. Chris Colfer tweeted a picture of a reunion between Kurt and Blaine. And producers are in the middle of casting for a new character.

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Glee: The Christmas Album Vol. 3

Glee's about to put us in the Christmas spirit, when Glee: The Music -- The Christmas Album, Volume 3 hits stores on December 11. (For those of you who don't want to deal with anything Christmas-related until after Thanksgiving, then you're in luck with this release.) The previous two volumes have had some great holiday tunes by the cast, and this new one is sure to be no different.

Check out the track list of 10 songs we can expect on Volume 3:

1. Jingle Bell Rock -- Sam
2. White Christmas -- Blaine & Kurt
3. Have Yourself a Merry Christmas -- Puck, Jake, Sam, Brittany, Blaine, Kurt with New Directions
4. Silent Night -- Santana
5. Joy to the World -- Unique
6. The First Noel -- Marley
7. I'll Be Home for Christmas -- Rachel
8. Feliz Navidad -- Artie
9. Hanukkah Oh Hanukkah -- Jake & Puck
10. Happy Xmas (War is Over) -- Finn

This'll be our first opportunity to hear the new cast members take on these Christmas classics. And even though it's a Christmas album, Hanukkah gets some representation too, with a duet by the Puckerman brothers on "Hanukkah Oh Hanukkah." Blaine and Kurt have a duet -- what will cause them to reunite like this? And as with the previous albums, not every song will be featured in this year's "Glee, Actually" holiday episode that pays tribute to Love, Actually. (No cover art is available at this time.)

Kurt and Blaine Reunite

Chris Colfer gave a teaser of what's to come during next month's Christmas episode when he tweeted out the below image.

glee-klaine-ChrisColfer.jpgAs you can see, it's Klaine! And looking at the album track list above, we know the two will be performing "White Christmas" together. Chris told TVLine, "We were skating to '(I'm Dreaming of a) White Christmas' -- because I don't know about you, but I definitely skate with my exes and sing Christmas carols all the time!" But why is Blaine in New York City? Colfer teases, "There's a reason he's there ... but it's kind of a secret." Does this mean they're getting back together, or are they just reuniting as friends? Is Blaine in NYC for another reason and decides to see Kurt as well? That's all up in the air right now. Hopefully, we find out more soon.

Casting a New Character and Marley's Decision

Finally, here are a few teasers for what to expect in upcoming episodes:

-According to E! Online, the show is casting for a character named Paul, "a mid 20s handsome, confident and extremely charming man. And since he must be a good singer and he's sticking around for more than one episode, we anticipate he'll be an important character for somebody. Look for him in episode 11." A love interest for Rachel, perhaps?

-Kitty has been an extremely bad influence on Marley, as we saw in "Glease." And look for that to continue this week when Marley "makes a decision that's surprisingly, almost upsettingly selfish," and it's all Kitty's doing. But guess what? TVLine says to not be surprised "if it weakens one third of the love triangle she's currently navigating." Ooh, what could the decision be?

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(Image courtesy of @ChrisColfer)