"Don't Stop Believin": "Glee" cast will be back
By Zorianna Kit
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - "Laying low" must not be in the vocabulary for the television musical comedy "Glee."
For a show that has been on summer break, it's been an active few months for the popular series about the high school singing choir.
The cast members have been on a live concert tour that is now part of the feature length "Glee: The 3D Concert Movie," which opens in theaters on Friday, and they have been the subject of massive fan speculation over who will "graduate" from the show after the third season, which premieres on September 20.
For all those Gleeks wondering just who is in, and who is out, the cast members say it will all clear up, soon enough.
"Everything is going to be revealed in the very first episode," Amber Riley, who plays Mercedes, told Reuters while promoting the Glee concert feature film. "You'll see who are juniors and you'll see who are seniors."
Much has happened to the show's performers during their summer break. They traveled across the North America and the U.K. for the "Glee Live! In Concert" tour where cast members -- including Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, Corey Monteith and Heather Morris -- sang many of the memorable songs from the series' first two seasons including "Don't Stop Believin,'", "Teenage Dream" and "Slave 4 U".
The concert movie not only showcases the tour, but goes backstage to get some behind-the-scenes glimpses of the stars, and it throws the spotlight on some extraordinary fans.
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