Vote for Glee's Kurt and Blaine as Entertainment Weekly's "Greatest TV Couple of All Time"

Entertainment Weekly's "Greatest TV Couple of All Time" bracket competition ends tonight and Glee's beloved gay couple, Kurt Hummel and Blaine Anderson (Chris Colfer, Darren Criss), have made it to the final two against the Doctor and Rose from Doctor Who. Other same-sex couples that didn't make it as far in EW's bracket included Brothers & Sisters' Scotty and Kevin and Buffy's Willow and Tara.  Vote for Kurt and Blaine now at Entertainment Weekly!

Kurt and Blaine, or Klaine as some fans call them, have broken new ground as an out teen couple on primetime broadcast television. They are positioned as one of Glee's leading couples and the audience has watched their relationship develop from first meeting to first kiss to first breakup as they deal with the same dramatic ups and downs as the show's other couples.

Criss compared their story to Friends' Ross and Rachel saying, "You set up your couple that needs to be together and it's about the journey," while Colfer has said , "I think eventually [they'll get back together], they're just taking their time."

Watch Kurt and Blaine singing "Come What May," the Moulin Rouge song they planned to sing to each other at their wedding, below and vote for them now at Entertainment Weekly! The winner will be announced tomorrow.

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