Glee, Vanessa Lengies, Naya Rivera, Heather Morris, Harry Shum Jr., Mark Salling

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Is there a Glee alternate universe we don't know about?

Photos have been snapped on set recently of certain New Directions members wearing character costumes that are, in a word, different from normal. Wanna take a peek?

Mark Salling

Juan Sharma;Rachid Ait/

Cory Monteith

Juan Sharma;Rachid Ait/

Puck in red cigarette pants, a sweater vest and a bow tie? Now that ensemble just screams Blaine Anderson. And then we have Finn in a cape outfit, which everyone knows is Kurt's go-to clothing accessory. Based on these Glee set photos taken yesterday, it looks like Puck and Finn are the new Kurt and Blaine! We are on board with this couple.

Now before Klaine shippers start crying "copycats!" you should know that our little spies told us everyone on New Directions will be swapping bodies in an upcoming episode. There's also a photo floating around of Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz) dressed a lot like Rachel Berry (Lea Michele), headband and all.

Is it an alternate universe? Possibly. A dream sequence? Maybe. But the most likely scenario we heard about is that this all could be part of a big senior prank coming up after the prom episode. Our sources also tells us that the cast was having an absolute blast filming while dressed up as different New Directions members, and we'll definitely be able to tell when the episode comes to the small screen. All we know for sure is that it'll be awesome! And if a certain fanbase is lucky, Quinn and Rachel will be the new Brittany and Santana…at least for one episode.

What do you think is going on over at Glee? Who would you like to see swap characters most?

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