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Is Glee's Dianna Agron headed in a new direction? With her character Quinn Fabray graduating at the end of this year, Agron hasn't announced whether she'll be coming back for season 4 of the hit FOX show. But in an interview with E! News, her costar Jane Lynch hinted that Dianna's Glee-ful days are over.
"It was kind of emotional doing my last scene with Dianna. It really just caught me by surprise at how moving it was," Lynch, 51, said. "She is just amazing and just a really nice person too. It was like saying goodbye to Dianna, which is a sad thing to do."
Did Sue Sylvester spill the beans? Watch the interview below and decide for yourself!
Just because Quinn is graduating doesn't necessarily mean that Agron, 26, is leaving the show. Three of her costars in the show's senior class -- Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer -- have confirmed they're sticking around, even though their characters appear to be headed to college. (Creator Ryan Murphy hasn't revealed how the college students will be incorporated into the high school-based show.) This year has been tough for Agron's character, culminating in a car accident that left Quinn unable to walk. If she's leaving, hopefully she can do it on a high note!
As for the graduation episode, no one's spilling details -- but Lynch gave us an idea of what we can look forward to.
"Each kid that is graduating, each senior kind of gets their own little story," the Emmy winner revealed. "There is a Kurt story, there's a Rachel story, there's a Finn story and a Quinn story, so all the seniors have a little bit of something special happening for each one of them in the episode. Then of course there is the graduation. I haven't read that part yet because we haven't received it, so it's a surprise for us."
And for us, too!