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Lea, Cory and Chris Are Not Done With ‘Glee’

HollywoodNews.com: Apparently, ‘Glee’ actors, Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer aren’t leaving the show after all. On Sunday at Comic-Con in San Diego, executive producer, Brad Falchuk reportedly dispelled rumors of their departures and confirmed that they are not done with the show.

Falchuk clarified that just because they are graduating, doesn’t mean the characters are leaving the show forever. “Though Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy recently announced plans to axe their characters after the show’s third season, executive producer Brad Falchuk said the popular trio will likely pop up again in future episodes,” Us Magazine reports.

The show’s producer added that the stars are under contract, and you can’t just say, ‘we’re going to let you go’, according to Us Magazine.

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