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Glee Season 4 Spoilers: Trouble for Rachel, Updates on Damian McGinty and Grant Gustin

We already know that Rachel (Lea Michele) is in for a rude awakening when she meets her NYADA dance instructor Cassandra July (Kate Hudson) in Glee’s Season 4 premiere.

However, dealing with a harsh new teacher isn’t the only obstacle that Rachel will face after moving to NYADA this year. TV Line’s Michael Ausiello moderated the Glee panel at Comic-Con 2012, and he says that he overheard some talk that there will be other things making Rachel’s transition from Ohio to NYC “rough,” as well.

One of the most-asked fan questions about Season 4 is if Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) will stay together, especially now that we know they’ll be doing things long-distance. Ausiello wouldn’t give away any specifics, but he did offer that he thinks fans will “have a pretty good idea where things stand with them by the end of the Sept. 13 season premiere.”

All of these lingering cliffhangers are killing us!

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On to casting news. When Glee producers announced at Comic-Con that Damian McGinty (Rory) would not be back for Season 4, they left things slightly open by saying that he could always potentially come back next year.

But — is this very likely? Aussiello doesn’t think so, saying: “Sounds to me like the decision is pretty final. ”There’s a lot more hope for Grant Gustin (Sebastian), though. “Discussions are happening. I hear the show would very much like him back in some capacity.”

Now that is a piece of information we can get excited about! Because, honestly, those other bits of scoop were getting a bit depressing.

Source: TV Line

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07.18.2012 / 09:30 PM EDT by Beth Douglass
Related: Glee, Spoilers, Grant Gustin, Damian McGinty, Rachel Berry, Sebastian

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