He later reconciles with Kurt and proposes him for marriage getting help from all the other show choirs. Later, he auditions for NYADA and gets in. After Graduation, he moves in with Kurt in New York. But later, both of them decide to have their own space for some time and Blaine decides to share a room with Sam. He later, becomes insecure due to his body and also the increasing popularity of Kurt in NYADA and starts to overeat. But later, Kurt assures him of his love and they both decide to follow a healthy diet from then on. Kurt asks Blaine to sing a song with him in front of June Dolloway, who comes to NYADA for a dance studio inaugural. June takes interest in Blaine and decides to organize a one night only show for Blaine. Blaine wants to involve Kurt in it but she refuses. Blaine lies to Kurt that he also gets to sing a song in the showcase but later, when Kurt finds out the lie, he lashes on Blaine. But after some time, they both reconcile and Kurt decides to support him. Blaine then invites Kurt to perform a last duet with him much to June's dismay. But later, she also enjoys the performance and praises them. Blaine later moves in with Kurt.
The story of the city is rich indeed: From the days of Notre Dame and the mighty Knights Templar to the expulsion of the Jews; from the age of heroic Joan of Arc, to cunning Cardinal Richelieu and the bloody conflict between Catholics and Huguenots; from the glittering court of Versailles to the Terror of the French Revolution; from the heyday of the Impressionists to the shame of the Dreyfus Affair, and the tragic mutiny of the First World War; from the 1920s when the writers of the Lost Generation could be found drinking at Les Deux Magots , to the Nazi occupation, and the heroism of the French Resistance.