Glee Spoiler Roundup: Does Quinn Die? What We Know So Far!
When we last saw Quinn (Dianna Agron) on Glee, the poor girl had just had her car slammed into by an oncoming truck. Not the most promising of events, by any stretch of the imagination. So was Quinn’s car totaled? Is there anything left? Most importantly, did she manage to get out of this whole mess alive?!
We won’t know any of that for sure until Glee’s return from hiatus on April 10, though sources tell E! Online that Quinn will be around in some capacity, though it could be as part of a dream sequence, or in some other sort of diminished role.
Luckily, there’s even more to go off of. We’ve been scouring Twitter and searching out all the spoilers we can find. Take a look at what we’ve learned about Quinn’s fate so far.
When asked about the accident during Paris Fashion Week, Dianna stayed extremely vague on the details. She wouldn’t confirm if she’d had her last day on Glee or not. “You know, they want me to be very hush-hush,” she explained. In any case, though, Dianna did say that she feels like her experience on Glee “has really been my entryway to this whole career.”
That said, it certainly appears that Quinn will be sticking around for at least an episode or so! We know she’s singing a song, and working with Samuel Larsen (Joe Hart) in some capacity. That still doesn’t rule out a dream sequence — but it certainly seems promising!
Photos emerged from the Glee set in late January of Quinn and Artie (Kevin McHale) — both in wheelchairs! While we’re sad to see Quinn hurt, we do take this as a pretty good indicator that she’s still alive. If you were hallucinating in a hospital bed, we’re pretty sure any dream sequence would involve an injury-free happily ever after... not life confined to a chair.
Quinn might be in a wheelchair, but does that really mean she’s paralyzed for life? Or could the chair simply be a temporary part of her injury recovery? Details about the scene reveal that Artie has taken Quinn to a local skate park to meet with chair-bound athletes.
But is he helping to cheer up the (former?) Cheerio after hearing news that she’ll never walk again? We certainly hope the situation isn’t that serious, but we won’t know for sure until the show’s April 10 return!