Get Excited for Glee Season 3

Chord Overstreet's definitely out, Damian McGinty and Samuel Larsen are in, and more Glee updates!
by Dyan Zarzuela   |  Sep 1, 2011
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Are dodgeballs the new slushies? In Glee's new promo for season 3, a menacing Sue Sylvester single-handedly attacks the New Directions and co. with a bunch of the little red monsters. Guess it's goodbye to the nice-ish Sue that we last saw plotting to run for the House of Representatives. And, yes, you’re hearing a new Glee song: The Go-Go's "We Got the Beat."

So what can we expect this season? Definitely no Chord Overstreet (and no Samcedes!). "They offered me the chance to come back for a few episodes, but there was nothing guaranteed so I decided to dive into the music thing," Chord told TVLine.

Meanwhile, The Glee Project winners Damian McGinty and Samuel Larsen are coming to the show soon. According to E! Online, Damian will appear in the fourth episode as an exchange student named Rory who will stay with Brittany’s (Heather Morris) family. Samuel will reportedly show up around the ninth episode.  


Are you excited for Glee's return? Which star are you most excited to see? Tell us in a comment! 

(via Glee's YouTube channelTVLine, and E! Online)

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