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Glee Season 4: Lea Michele Talks Finn’s Big Return — Is He Done With the Army?

Have our worries about the end of Glee’s Finchel been unnecessary? It’s starting to sound that way!

Finchel fans have been fretting about the fate of the couple since the sob-inducing Season 3 finale, especially since we won’t be seeing Finn (Cory Monteith) for the first few episodes of Season 4. However, Lea Michele (Rachel) spoke to E! Online, reassuring us all that Finn’s storyline will be “very exciting.”

Fans of the couple will be in for a pleasant surprise when Finn finally returns, according to Lea. “His storyline is so cool and so different,” she tells E! Online. “You couldn't even ever guess. Honestly! It's like, amazing. So that's something the fans can really look forward to.” Wow! Great news! But what could Finn be doing that we couldn’t possibly guess? Consider us intrigued.

But should we still have lingering fears about Finn’s involvement this season, since we know that some of last season’s McKinley graduates won’t be around all that much? Lea says to fear not. “When [Finn] comes back, he's really back, and it is great,” she says. That certainly sounds great to us.

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So Finn is done with the Army for good? We had previously heard that Finn’s stint in the armed forces would probably be short-lived, but then why does he still have the army ‘do? “I think that was Cory just wanting to cut his hair,” Lea explains. “They said, ‘Well you've been out of the Army for a little while.' And he was like, ‘I think it should be short on the sides.' He wanted to mix it up.” Stop confusing us, Cory!

Then again, is there ever a hairstyle in which Cory wouldn’t look adorable? We think not.

Source: E! Online

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09.5.2012 / 01:26 AM EDT by Ryan Gajewski
Related: Glee, Spoilers, Finn Hudson

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