Glee stars Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer all had interviews this week, where they chatted a bit about what's to come in season 4.
As usual, they don't have a lot of solid information, but things are just being written, so they don't know much!
We love this new interview that Lea did with The Hollywood Reporter, where she shares that she was really upset about the Finchel break up!
She explains that when she found out, "I was like, 'What are you doing! He wouldn't do that to her!' " She added, "I was so upset, I was mad at Finn, I was mad at Ryan [Murphy]. I was like, 'This can't be happening, we've worked so hard to keep them together.' "
Once she got over the initial shock though, she said, "He loves her so much that he has to do what's best for her. It was so heartbreaking but from knowing Finn, it's really what he would do: he wouldn't let her hold herself back from her dreams."
Does Lea think that Rachel and Finn will get back together in season 4?
She dishes, "I think anything is possible; I think it's exciting to see them apart, but you never know with Glee."
Lea also shares that she'll be back for every episode of Glee season 4 (which returns this fall on Thursday nights), noting that she's "very excited" to work with Kate Hudson on the first six episodes.
And what's next for Kurt, who didn't get into NYADA? Chris Colfer told TV Line, "We'll see if he still wants to be a performer. I don't know if he's hardened after that [NYADA] experience."
As for Kurt and Blaine, Chris dishes, "I almost can't say anything without giving [something] away. They're still together as far as I know. So we'll see where that takes them."
Cory Monteith chatted with GoldDerby, dishing that yes, he'll be back for Glee season 4, saying, "You will see Finn next year. He will return from the army. I can't tell you in what capacity, but you will see him in season 4."