Quinn Fabray is coming back to Ohio, Gleeks. Series creator Ryan Murphy hinted her return will not play out in an ordinary manner.
Dianna Agron, who plays Quinn in the show choir dramedy Glee, is definitely coming back for the series' Thanksgiving episode.
In an interview with Hollywood Reporter, Murphy said, "Quinn (Dianna Agron) comes back around the holidays in a really cool way."
Glee Season 4: Quinn Fabray is definitely coming back
Quinn fans can now stop worrying about the former cheerleader's homecoming. Perhaps the delay of her appearance in the show also has something to do with schedule. She is currently busy filming.
Rumours had earlier surfaced that Agron is no longer happy with Glee. But both Murphy and Agron have since dismissed such reports.
The 26-year-old actress failed to attend Glee's premiere party, but she made it known via Twitter that she is coming back soon.
"Wish I could be there tonight to celebrate with you all. But I'll be back soon!! #gleepremiere," Agron tweeted in September.
Dianna Agron talks special moments on Glee's holiday episode
Agron seems truly thrilled to come back to Glee.
Speaking to E! Online, Agron said she will have special moments in the holiday episode.
"It leaves for some really funny moments and some really touching moments, and I get to sing in that episode, and that's always fun because I'm really trying to grow as a singer," the young actress said.
Dianna was seen on 2011 film "I Am Number Four." She has been busy filming another movie, a crime thriller called "Malavita" (due 2013). Dianna is joining Hollywood bigwigs Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer and Tommy Lee Jones in Malavita.
"Glee" airs on US television every Thursday on FOX.