Last time we saw Dianna Agron on “Glee,” her character, Quinn, got into a terrible car accident when she was texting and driving. While we know Lea Michele and Cory Monteith will be back when “Glee” returns for Season 4, Agron’s fate is up in the air since we don’t even know if she’ll be alive when the show comes back with new episodes on April 10.
But Agron told the hosts on “The View” April 9 that if they read between the lines, it’s clear that Quinn will survive. “I find it odd that FOX released two songs where the voice sounds a lot like me,” she says coyly.
That’s not an official confirmation of Quinn’s fate, but it’s pretty clear that she’ll be back in some form or another. As for Season 4, which is officially a go, she says “we know that’s a conversation that’s going to start happening,” and she’d love to be a part of it since she loves the show so much.
Agron also chatted about “View” co-host Whoopi Goldberg‘s upcoming “Glee” guest spot, which she was bummed to miss since the two don’t share any screen time. “We hope that Whoopi comes back,” she says, because the cast had a blast filming with the actress.
“Glee” returns to FOX on April 10 at 8 p.m. after a nearly two month-long hiatus. Check out the two songs Agron refers to below, but be warned — they might be a little spoilery.