Puck or no Puck, Rachel Berry will probably end up with Finn.
"I agree with that," Monteith told us. "It's going to be a very long-lasting relationship. It's like what Rachel and Ross were like on Friends. They go through the ups and downs, but they have that long-lasting relationship."
And talking about ups, are you dying as much as we are to see Glee's Madonna episode? Producers recently showed the episode to Monteith and his costars. "Let me tell you," he said, "I watched the episode and was like, 'I cannot believe I am in this episode of television because it...is...so...uh-may-zing!'"
Monteith said he sings three of Madge's hits in the episode.
As for Jane Lynch, who we'll see performing "Vogue," she insists she's not as good at doing the legendary drag-queen dancing as it may appear. "They made me look good," she said.
SPOLIER ALERT! Lynch also warned that we should not jump to any conclusions when we see Sue Sylvester and Principal Figgins in quite the compromising position. "I didn't really sleep with him," she said. "I made him think we slept together. That Sue Sylvester is smart and conniving."
Other television stars we spotted on the orange carpet at the Kids' Choice Awards included new Nickelodeon starlet Victoria Justice, the boy band cuteness that is Big Time Rush, a stunningly beautiful Tyra Banks, George Lopez and our pal Selena Gomez.
Modern Family star Rico Rodriguez was E!'s Kids' Choice special correspondent. Watch him tonight on E! News at 7 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.