Reality TV Shows The Characters of Glee Will End Up On

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It’s still up in the air where many of the Glee characters are ending up post-graduation. Will Kurt and Rachel get into NYADA? Will Finn go to college or take over Burt’s car shop? We don’t have the answers, but we do know that the members of New Directions have plenty of time to fulfill their true destiny–reality television! Here are the shows that we see them ending up on in about five or ten years:

Rachel Berry on Dance Moms
After Rachel and Finn decide to procreate, Rachel will morph into the ultimate stage mom. Since her children will never be able to reach her musical greatness (“sorry honey, you’re just not as good as me!”), she will force them to be superstar dancers. And when Abby Lee Miller just doesn’t understand her daughter’s brilliance, Rachel will bring on the crazy eyes.

Kurt Hummel on Project Runway
As McKinley High’s resident fashion expert, Kurt will make his sparkly ascent to Tim Gunn greatness, dispensing critiques, tuts, and pointed sighs, all while looking dapper and ready-made to be my BFF.

Finn Hudson on Survivor
In an effort to prove his manliness (and because Rachel wants a diamond-encrusted statue of Barbara Streisand for Hanukkah), Finn will sign up as a contestant on Survivor. The alliances will prove to be too confusing for him, however, and gullible Finn will be voted off the island on the very first day.

Santana Lopez on Bad Girls Club
After she’s diagnosed with anger management problems, Bad Girls Club will try to reform the mouthiest girl from Lima Heights, but Santana won’t go down without a fight.

Noah “Puck” Puckerman on Jersey Shore
Gym, tan, laundry, and questionable alcohol consumption habits? Sounds like a party and a paradise for Puck. Maybe he’ll even get his own perfume.

Quinn Fabray on The Real Housewives of Orange County
Once she graduates from Yale, Quinn will settle down with her wealthy trophy husband, 2.5 kids, and Pomeranian in the California suburbs. Her book club-forming, mojito-drinking life will reach some bumps when the daughter she gave up for adoption comes back into her life. Le gasp! But oh, we must mention that this will of course only happen if she survives that car accident(!!!)…

Mike Chang on So You Think You Can Dance?
The answer? Yes, he does and yes he can! Now that Mike’s Asian father finally understands his passion for dance, Mr. Chang will be cheering in the audience every night. It will be heartwarming and we will all cry…especially if we never get to see his abs.

Sam Evans on The Bachelor
So far, Sam has been pretty unlucky in love at McKinley. He’s been dumped by Quinn, is hung up on Mercedes, and just can’t seem to catch a break. In about ten years, his only option may be The Bachelor. I don’t know about you, but I’d gladly sign up!

Brittany S. Pierce on The Puppy Bowl
You’re probably expecting Brittany on America’s Best Dance Crew, but that would be a waste of her other talent: talking about animals. After seeing her canoodle with Lord Tubbington, there’s no doubt she would rock as a commentator on The Puppy Bowl. Okay, so this show only happens once a year. But can you really imagine Brit having the attention span to film a show’s entire season? Yeah, I thought so.

What reality shows do you want the characters of Glee to sign up for? Think any of these are realistic? Let us know in the comments!

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