And it involves Glee!!!
Watch (above) to get the scoop and then help us share the exciting news!!!!
They're baaaaackkk and ready to rule the halls of McKinley once again!!
Well, okay, it technically wasn't the usual Cheerios uniform from back in the day, these were updated with the word "alum" embroidered on the back!
The lovely trio were caught on camera doing some pretty awesome dance moves with the McKinley High band dancing along with them!
We can't imagine what Ryan Murphy has in store for the world this season! Especially if Brittany, Santana, and Quinn are back in their Cheerios uniforms!
Are the girls going to coach the team now that Sue Sylvester is the principal of the high school?!
The possibilities are endless!
[Image via Bauer Griffin Online.]
The unholy trinity - they're back and they look sweeter than ever!
But don't let those sweet looks fool you! These girls have something up their sleeves, we just know it!
The newly married actress shared the trio's selfie (above) on Instagram with a photobomb from a familiar co-star:
This is SUCH exciting news!
Congratulations are in order!!
This next move in their relationship isn't too surprising. The adorable twosome have been together since HeMo moved to El Lay and have been inseparable ever since!
A source confirmed of the news, saying:
Their son, Elijah, was the sweetest, most precious newborn… remember that pic they shared? Too cute.
Well she recently tore herself away from her baby to hit the L.A. premiere of 22 Jump Street.
While there, she opened up about mommy life, saying:
Well, the Glee gang is almost all there!
Whatever storyline they decide to go with for the season five finale, we imagine it'll be a memorable one!
Ch-ch-check out the rest of the cast members hanging out on set (below)!!
[Image via Cousart/JFXimages/WENN.]
While HeMo is definitely on board for the season five finale, her status for the final season of the series is still up in the air, according to a source close to the production.
The insider did reveal that the hit show's producers