Which Glee Star Has a “Massive Crush” on Justin Bieber’s Rumored Love, Barbara Palvin?
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Which Glee Star Has a “Massive Crush” on Justin Bieber’s Rumored Love, Barbara Palvin?

Justin Bieber better watch out. One of the stars of Glee has admitted to having a “massive crush” on his rumored new lady.

When the teen heartthrob split from his longtime girlfriend, Selena Gomez, this November, it was largely reported that Justin’s flirtations with a young model/Victoria’s Secret angel named Barbara Palvin were to blame.

Yet so far, there’s been no official confirmation Barbara and Justin are dating, and we have a feeling that Glee‘s own Dean Geyer (Brody) is probably quite happy about that.

Which Glee Star Has a “Massive Crush” on Justin Bieber’s Rumored Love, Barbara Palvin?
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Seventeen interviewed Dean and his co-star Jacob Artist (Jake) for a behind the scenes video during a prom-themed photoshoot, and Dean was quite vocal about his love for the 19-year-old fashion model.

“I do have a massive crush on this supermodel, actually. She’s like up-and-coming. Her name’s Barbara Palvin,” Dean says. Later, he says her name again and winks flirtatiously.

So does the Biebs have any reason to be worried? Probably not. Dean is currently dating actress and model Jillian Murray, and the two seem totally in love.

As for Jacob, the fellow Glee newbie was asked to reveal his Hollywood crush, as well. “My celebrity crush is Blake Lively,” Jacob says. “I think it’s too late to ask Blake Lively to prom, but who knows. Maybe Ryan Murphy can write her in for a day, just so she can go to prom with me.”

Note to Ryan Murphy: Considering that Gossip Girl just ended, Blake Lively’s schedule may have opened up. It probably wouldn’t hurt to try calling her!

Source: Seventeen via Cambio

12.20.2012 / 05:50 AM EDT by Beth Douglass
Related: Glee, Character Relationships, Dean Geyer, Jacob Artist

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