Glee Scoop: Lea Michele Talks Finchel Babies! Plus, Jayma Mays Thinks Finn Kiss "Made Sense"

Exclusive! Gals of Glee talk to us about what's ahead in the romance department

By Jenna Mullins Mar 01, 2013 3:45 PMTags

It was the kiss heard round the Glee world. A week before Emma (Jayma Mays) was supposed to say "I do" to her love Will (Matthew Morrison), she had a mini-meltdown which resulted in Finn (Cory Monteith) comforting her…with a sweet but seriously inappropriate kiss. Palm, meet forehead.

"I had no idea it was coming! [I was] reading the script and I went, ‘What?!' It was kind of weird," Mays tells us on the carpet at the PaleyFest event honoring Ryan Murphy. And while most Finchel and Wemma fans would all agree that the kiss was out of the blue and completely uncharacteristic for both Finn and Emma, Mays argues that in TV world, it wasn't that out of the ordinary.

"She was in such a frenzy and I felt like he was doing it because he thought, ‘OK, this is going to help'," she says. "I feel like it made sense in kind of a crazy Glee sort of way."


Speaking of crazy, Rachel (Lea Michele) might be pregnant! And there is some serious overlap going on with ex-boyfriend Finn and current boyfriend Brody (Dean Geyer). But according to Michele, fans shouldn't expect Finchel babies anytime soon.

"I don't know, they're kind of young. She's still like 17 or something!" she laughs. "We're no teen moms."

Then perhaps Finn and Rachel's hotel tryst will lead to them to firing up their relationship full time again?

"I think that they'll always be on-again, off-again," Michele tells us coyly. "I think that the end result is what everybody wants."

And we all know that Finn and Rachel's end result is happily ever after, right?

To hear more form Michele and Mays, watch our exclusive interviews below!

Watch: Jayma Mays' "Glee" Audition

—Reporting by Marc Malkin