Let's hope Lima, Ohio has a good community college.
'Cause despite rumors (and denials and more rumors) that the current season of Glee would see some McKinley High seniors graduate—and possibly head to NYC for a spinoff—it looks like no one is going anywhere.
Or so says Harry Shum Jr.
"I don't think anyone's leaving," Harry (who plays dancing dude Mike) told us at the premiere of his boss Ryan Murphy's new boob tube creepfest, American Horror Story. "Graduating from the high school, yes. There may be some failing but it feels natural."
So should we expect to see the entirety of New Directions flunk their finals?
"I don't think you want to hold anyone back," Harry pondered. "It would be awkward if we're there for more than four years."
Well, consider us confused then. Guess we'll have to leave it up to Ry to find a way to keep the whole gang singin' post-cap and gown.
And while Harry is sticking to his glee-club guns that no one's getting the inevitable heave ho from the primetime phenom, costar Amber Riley (diva-wannabe Mercedes) hints at a different fate.
We asked Ms. Riley if the mood on set has changed since learning that certain folks would graduate. To which she responded, "It hasn't changed really. It is what it is. We've been on this show for three years and we've had fun."
Pretty brave to say for a chick that's a senior—better hope Harry's right, Amber!