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Glee Season 3 Spoilers: Relationship Round-up

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A big part of the appeal of Glee is the relationships between the teens. Heck! A big part of our teens was/is the relationships, huh? So, I thought it was about time ahead of the Glee 3 premiere that we took a look at what’s in store for some of our favorite couples at McKinley High School.

We already spilled the details on Brittany and Santana who appeared to be getting it on toward the end of the last season of Glee. So we know things go slow to begin with but come out all right in the end (if you’ll pardon the pun.)

It looks like the same can be said of Blaine and Kurt. At the beginning of Glee season 3, Blaine (played by Darren Criss) won’t be attending McKinley High School but since Criss was earlier announced as a season regular, that seems set to change quite soon.

In the Glee 3 premiere, though Kurt is desperately trying to get Blaine to transfer to McKinley. As he’s to be a regular cast member it seems only a matter of time until Blaine relents.

On to Tina and Mike. Tina won’t be graduating high school this year, but Mike will. You can relax on this one a bit, though. We already told you Mike Chang’s parents have been cast for Glee season 3 and Harry Shum Jr. is to be a season regular. The graduation of Mike may cause some tension in their relationship, though. That relationship conflict should be fun to watch between the usually calm couple.

Where do I start with Will and Emma? The return of Shelby in Glee season 3 seems as good a place as any as that is sure to cause a few problems. Idina Menzel told E!Online recently that her character becomes more filled out this season. But she has a big heart so hopefully all will be well for Will and Emma.

So that’s how some of our favorite Glee couples get along in the new season. Watch the Glee season 3 premiere on September 20 on Fox and in the meantime keep checking back here. I have a lot more Glee snippets for you!

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