Warning: The following Glee couple scoop may cause extreme giggling fits and jumping for joy.
Leave it to Glee executive producer Ryan Murphy to become the master of Twitter seemingly overnight. Since joining the social media site just over a week ago, Murphy has become Glee fans' BFF, thanks to his exclusive Q&A sessions and deleted scenes.
On Friday, Murphy dished on what's ahead for the Fox hit's fan favorite couples, including Finchel, Klaine, Quick, Samcedes and more. (Spoiler alert: he handed out Season Four spoilers like it was free candy on Halloween.)
Finchel: Murphy assures fans that the fan favorite couple will still be in touch in season four and says, "Absence makes the heart grow fonder." In case you couldn't tell, Murphy seems to be a bit of a Finn (Cory Monteith) and Rachel (Lea Michele) supporter, even tweeting, "#stayawaybrody!" (Brody is a guy, played by Dean Geyer, at NYADA who will take in interest in our girl.) As for Finchel kisses, Murphy says fans will "absolutely" see some liplockin'.
When a fan asked if Finn (Cory Monteith) will be following his dreams this season Murphy says, "The exciting thing is this season he will finally get one."
Klaine: Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss), and all the other long-distance Glee couples, will keep in touch via e-mail, phone calls, Skype and Twitter, Murphy reveals. When a fan asked if they duo can get married, Murphy answers, "I believe in happy endings." (What's that sound? It's the sound of Klaine fans everywhere squealing in delight.) And, "yes," you can expect a Klaine duet in season four. Phew!
Brittana: Fret not, Brittany (Heather Morris) and Santana (Naya Rivera) will still be together in season four and Murphy teases that "in one episode, [they will have] an equal amount of kisses to Finchel." Hiyo!
Fabrerry: Also getting some QT time come Turkeyday? Besties Rachel and Quinn. "Yes, they will have scenes together. Thanksgiving episodes = Faberry heaven."
Samcedes: While their romance has fizzled, "they will always be friends," Murphy assures. Plus, Sam (Chord Overstreet) is getting a new lady! And so is…
Artie: When asked if Artie (Kevin McHale) will have a love interest this season, Murphy teases, "Funny, we just wrote that scene. The result will surprise you. #boyinchairneedsalady!"
Reunion Fans already missing the original Glee gang, you won't have to wait too long to see them all together again. "Wait til episode 4," Murphy says. "Your head will explode."