A Glee Episode to Die For - Literally

A Glee Episode to Die For - Literally

Update May 11th: These spoilers were posted a week ago, visit our homepage for more spoilers, including promo trailer.

You got it, it has been confirmed for sure-for sure now that there will indeed be another Glee death on the horizon (hey, Pavarotti counts...). But I highly doubt this one will be as comical. Well I guess it wasn't quite that comical to Kurt and the Warblers.

Matthew Morrison (Will) shed a little light on the upcoming "Funeral" episode:

"Somebody's dying," Morrison allegedly says in an interview with E! Online. (Oddly, we can't find a link to the original interview on the E! site, so we're taking this with a grain of salt.) "Obviously I'm not going to tell you who it is, but it's no-one that you would probably expect."

Grain of salt, maybe not. Because TV Line is also spoiling a death soon to come. But it will not be Karofsky (Ryan Murphy confirms) and it will not be Emma (where did this one even come from!?). But it will be female. I have my own speculation, what about you guys?

Don't worry, there's more optimistic news than death and more death (kind of a downer...Glee bosses are just lucky they snuck that Klaine kiss in sooner rather than later). More spoilers for you guys, of Glee things to come:

  • Reminder: Kristin Chenoweth is coming back as April Rhodes! Says Morrison of her return: "[Chenoweth's character] April's coming back," Morrison says. "I don't know if she's quite sobered up yet! Her all-white production of The Wiz failed on Broadway so she's going to start doing a one-woman show that she's getting ready to show on Broadway. So she's asking for my help."
  • Since Emma and Dr. Carl are kaput, it's not looking too likely that we'll be seeing more of John Stamos anytime soon. But you never know, he could come back for another guest (Santana's full of schemes, I'm sure she could somehow relate it to winning back Brittany). Jayma Mays would be thrilled at least.
  • There could be some Finchel going down in New York, during Nationals. No skinny yet on the how or the why, but do we even care? Finchel!
  • There hasn't exactly been a yes or a no on the "if they're re-shooting the prom episode debate", but it's something Darren Criss says he wouldn't be too excited about when asked if he'd heard about the re-shoot: "No, I haven't. That would be a pain. We worked so hard. Jeez. That would suck. Let's hope that's not the case." We hope not too. Because how much fun to watch does this sound: "We had a blast [shooting the prom]. Oh my god, we had these really, really long shooting days, three days in a row. And it was so much fun because it was really beautiful outside and everyone's dressed up. That was probably the funnest shooting days we had. They were really long, but we had lots of food and lots of just games—we were playing basketball. We had a blast."

    Hit the comments for discussion on the prom, the death...and whatever else you like!

    Other sources: Zap2It, E! Online