High school graduation in Tuesday’s Season 3 finale, Episode 22: "Goodbye" means that change is in the air for the New Directions and the future of some of our favorite couples is looking very uncertain!

Will both Finn (Cory Monteith) and Rachel (Lea Michele) make it to New York? Will Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) break up? We know most high school relationships don’t last forever, but it’s still heartbreaking to think that any of Glee’s core couples might be saying goodbye to each other for good.

What will the Season 3 finale hold for the couples? Here’s our roundup of relationship spoilers for the Glee finale. Take a look at what you can expect to see.

KURT AND BLAINE

Will Kurt and Blaine decided to do things long distance? Or will they decide it’s better to split? Chris Colfer says that making the decision wasn’t a simple process for the couple.,"They definitely zig and then at the end of the finale they have to zag. They are going to zig and zag."

Yet, once all this zig-zagging is done, Kurt and Blaine will make a final decision about the state of their relationship by the end of the episode. We’re just not sure what it is yet.

FINN AND RACHEL

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Klaine might have things neatly wrapped up by the end of the episode, but not so for Finn and Rachel. “There's a very big cliffhanger for us," Lea Michele teases. Rachel appears to be heading off for NYC as soon as graduation is over, but all signs point to Finn — wait for it — NOT going with her.

So is Finchel breaking up for good? Well, the leaked spoiler video of Finn chasing after Rachel’s train as it pulls away from the station doesn’t exactly look promising. But Finn could certainly be joining Rachel in New York City later on, right? We refuse to believe that this is the end of Finchel. Especially when Lea Michele said she and Cory were both “super happy” about Season 4, and very excited about what’s in store.

BRITTANY AND SANTANA

The good news: Even though Santana (Naya Rivera) is graduating and Brittany (Heather Morris) isn’t — it doesn’t sound like Brittana will be over anytime soon. “It’s not an ending, so I don’t think there will be any issues with that,” Naya says. “The last episode is very, very sweet.”

That said, don’t expect everything to be smooth sailing from here on out. A finale scene with Santana’s mom,
guest star Gloria Estefan, includes the introduction of a big roadblock for the fan favorite couple.

“It’s definitely a part of the scene; it all comes to light there,” Gloria reveals. “It’s a dilemma, you know? It’s a fun scene, but there is information that changes, kind of like, ‘What?!’ It is something that throws a monkey wrench into things and leaves more questions than answers.”

EVERYONE ELSE

Remember that scene with Quinn (Dianna Agron) and Puck (Mark Salling) making out on her bed? Yes, that happens. Fans seem pretty excited for a potential reunion, but we’re still not sure exactly what is in store for the pair in the long run. Luckily, we do have a few behind-the-scenes photos that tease what might be to come.

Then there’s Faberry. Of course, Quinn and Rachel aren’t real couple, but they still have an extremely dedicated fanbase that wishes they were. And from the looks of things, that fanbase is will likely be quite happy with a certain bathroom scene this episode.

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