Chris Colfer Talks of Glee's 100th Episode and Traveling with Pet Cat

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By Jesselle Maminta | December 10, 2013 1:55 PM EST

Chris Colfer is already anticipating the upcoming 100th episode of hit series "Glee." In fact, he tells E! Online during the TrevorLive event about his hopes to sing a song which became iconic in the show. 

'You know, I think I would like to give 'Defying Gravity' another shot,' says Colfer.

Colfer sang the powerful ballad from "Wicked" during the show's season one, where his role Kurt Hummel is battling out with Rachel Berry (Lea Michele) for the lead singer part for their first Sectionals. Now, he repeatedly expresses his desire to sing that song again. 

'I think back in season one, when I had much more face, I was terrified to record that,' said Colfer, adding, 'I think when I listen to it, I realize how terrified I was to sing it so I'd like to do that again, to give it another confident shot.'

Recently, FOX announced through an online initiative that fans could vote for their favorite Glee songs. The top-voted songs will be remixed for its 100th episode. 'Defying Gravity' is one of the songs to choose from for the remix. 

A few weeks ago, executive producer Ryan Murphy announced the former cast members who will return for the 100th episode to reprise their roles, including Amber Riley, Mark Salling, Kristin Chenoweth, Heather Morris, and just recently, Dianna Agron.

Meanwhile, Colfer is also looking forward for the holidays, particularly traveling with his pet cat. 

'I'm traveling with my cat for the first time, which I'm very nervous about. Because you know, I just don't want him to be alone for the holidays. I know that's crazy. Well, I don't want him to be alone,' explained Colfer.

"Glee's" 100th episode will air on March 18, 2014 and will be about the members of New Directions reminiscing their best moments as some of them graduate from high school.  

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