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Glee Season 4: Naya Rivera Teases “Juicy” Scenes Ahead for Quinn and Santana — Exclusive

The holidays are quickly approaching, and Santana (Naya Rivera) is back at McKinley High School for awhile. She’s there for the school production of Grease, she’s sticking around for Thanksgiving, and she’s rumored to be getting in an interesting little conflict with Quinn (Dianna Agron).

Wetpaint Entertainment caught up with actress Naya Rivera at a Young Storytellers Foundation event on October 20 — and the Glee starlet told us there are some very “juicy” things in store for Santana these next few episodes!

Most of McKinley’s graduates reunited for Thanksgiving, what was it like being together again?
It was really, really fun. It’s such a sweet little homecoming.

Which of the characters do you think has changed the most since graduation?
Since graduation? I think everybody has sort of stayed the same, like followed the paths you would think they would go on.

We’ve been hearing things on Twitter about the Quinn-Santana scenes during Glee’s Thanksgiving episode. What can we expect from that? Are they friends or rivals?
I don’t know. It’ll be juicy I’ll tell you that.

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How about the upcoming episode Grease episode? Santana doesn’t go to McKinley anymore, but we’ve seen a photo of her in costume. Will she play a role?
I’m in it.

Any big songs coming up?

Any that you want to share?

We know Santana sticks around McKinley for a while. What is her relationship with Britt like now that they’ve broken up? Is it awkward or are they still friends?
It’s not awkward at all, we’re definitely still friends. It’s very sweet that it’s written that way. I thought there would be some tension but there really isn’t.

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11.1.2012 / 10:01 PM EDT by Lindsey Jordahl
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