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Will Finn and Emma Start Dating On Glee?

Not to be overly dramatic and cray-cray, but we are blind. BLIND. No, not because Chord Overstreet (Sam) accidentally ab-flashed the camera and burned our retinas with his devastating man-beauty (sigh, happens all the time), but because Finn (Cory Monteith) kissed Emma (Jayma Mays) before her wedding to Will (Matthew Morrison), traumatizing our very souls in the process.

First of all, Finn and Rachel (Lea Michele) belong together, and anyone who says otherwise clearly hasn't ritualistically prison tattooed "Finchel" on their lower back. And second of all, Emma and Will are a match made in nerd-teacher heaven, and the fact that Finn planted one on his mentor's fiance is completely and totally unacceptable.

But, what does Finn and Emma's fleeting lip-lock mean for Glee's future? According to E!'s Spoiler Chat, this odd couple won't start dating any time soon and thank goodness. Not only would the relationship be massively inappropriate, we're pretty sure it would cause Tumblr to self-implode in a rage.

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It looks like Finn cares too much about his relationship with Will to let a mere kiss get in the way of their bromance, and furthermore, Will will try to win Emma back in the next few episodes. Any when we say "win Emma back," we obviously mean that he serenades her in public places, causing everyone second-hand embarrassment and swoons while doing so.

In other news, we'd love to see a show of hands for how many people out there actually want Finn and Emma to give their love-connection a shot. Anyone? Anyone? That's what we thought. Dish your theories about Finn + Emma + Will in the comments, and try not to fly into a Finchel-induced rage while doing so.

Source: E!

02.23.2013 / 12:35 AM EDT by Mehera Bonner
Related: Glee, Character Relationships, Finn Hudson, Will Schuester, Emma Pillsbury

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