See the 'Glee' Guys as The Village People: "We Formed a Tribute Band"

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Aug. 2 2011, Published 10:29 a.m. ET

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Great to see the male cast members of Glee are keeping up with their theatrical endeavors! The hunks transformed into the 1970's disco troupe The Village People and shared a sneak peek of their costumes with fans on Twitter!

"The glee bros and I wanted to keep up our chops up over the hiatus so we formed a tribute band" Mark Salling Tweeted, along with the picture, of himself as the motorcycle cop along with the five other Gleeks as the other Village people.

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Can you identify the other Glee guys?

Harry Shum Jr. is the cowboy, Chris Colfer is the soldier, Darren Criss is the leather daddy and Cory Monteith is the Native American!

But the construction worker is the hardest to place — is it Kevin McHale or Chord Overstreet under the hard hat and mirrored aviators?

Nice work in Photoshop guys! We hope this is a taste of what is to come next season!


Fans of the hit Fox show recently received the devastating news that Lea Michele, Chris and Cory would be leaving the halls of William McKinley, but recent reports suggested they may be getting their own spin-off, but nothing has been confirmed.

Executive producer Brad Falchuk told the Comic-Con audience, ”Here’s the exact thing: Rachel, Kurt and Finn are seniors, so they’re graduating, but because they’re graduating doesn’t mean they’re leaving the show. If you have Lea Michele under contract, you don’t say, ‘We’re gonna let you go.’”


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