'Glee' News: Jenna Ushkowitz Talks of Tina's Future and Adam Lambert's Future Up In The Air

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By Jesselle Maminta | December 12, 2013 3:06 PM EST

Two "Glee" cast members talk about the future of their characters in the FOX hit series. 

Jenna Ushkowitz, who plays Tina Cohen-Chang, opened up to E! Online about her character's graduation from William McKinley High School. 

'She's graduating soon,' said Ushkowitz to Marc Malkin during the TrevorLive benefit for the Trevor Project. There are a few options for college, and I would like to see her pursue her dreams. I really would, at least, give it a shot.'

She also talked to Malkin about her holiday plans, which included going back home to East Coast. 

'I go home to the East Coast and spend a few days in the chilly weather with my family,' said Jenna, adding, 'And then I come back here and then we normally do something for New Year's. We did Big Bear last year. I'd like to go snowboarding again.'

Aside from Jenna who is looking forward for the holidays this year, a few other "Glee" cast members are too. Chris Colfer says he is taking his cat with him for the holidays, while Jane Lynch is heading to New York to host the New Year's Eve countdown with Carson Daly. 

In the same event, Adam Lambert talked about enjoying his stint in "Glee" as Elliot 'Starchild' Gilbert though there are concrete plans on staying as a regular. 

"I'm having a good time popping in here and there because I have a lot of other stuff in the mix right now," stated the American Idol runner-up. 

He went on to gush about 'having a blast' on set. 

'I've been learning a lot,' said Lambert. 'I hope that people love what we're doing.'

He also jokes about how he was 'initiated' by '14-hour day on set,' being the new character in the series. 

Finally, Lambert said he is open to other acting gigs after his "Glee" stint as he leaves a shout-out to other producers. 

'If there's anybody out there who thinks they like what they see then maybe I'll get another gig.'

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