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Glee Season 3 Sneak Peek: 5 Things You Didn’t Know About The New Series



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There is less that three weeks to go before popular TV show Glee’s third season premieres on Fox on September 20. Are you excited about it yet?

You may be when you watch the new trailer footage from McKinley’s junior year. The trailer may be only thirty seconds long, but it packs in a lot of information and spoilers about the upcoming Glee season 3.

So, here we help you digest some of the information contained in the trailer so don’t read any further unless you want to take a look at some serious spoilers for the upcoming season of Glee.

In no particular order, here are five important bits of information we can gather from the Glee season 3 sneak peek:

Mr. Schuester and Emma Pillsbury are still in love and working things out, as you can see from their adorably gentle kiss!
2. Quinn has embraced her inner Goth. I think she looks amazing with those hot pink highlights!
3. There will be more food and drink thrown around this season. In the trailer you can already see Finn get slushied while the ladies get caught up in a particularly nasty food fight.
4. Blaine may have gone to Dalton but he’s still going to be around at McKinley. Take a look at him starring in a Cheerio’s song and dance routine. You know you want to.
5. The producers of Glee season 3 had already said they were going to spend less time covering contemporary hits in favor of old classics. They seem to be holding true to their word on that one as We Got the Beat by the Go-Gos provides the sound track to the sneak peek.

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