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Glee - New Spoilers About Glee Baby

Ladies and gentle-Gleeks, Baby Drizzle has been born!

You superfans know "Drizzle" is the offspring of Puck (Mark Salling) and Quinn (Dianna Agron), and as boss Ryan Murphy promised, we will see the birth this season.

"I gave birth today, so I went with the braids," Dianna told me last night at a Glee event I moderated at the TV Academy. "It was messy." Here's the scoop you fans need to know:

"I was giving birth to my baby today," Dianna teased to the fans during our Q&A at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. "They put a real baby on me today and it was so sweet. And I didn't want them to take it away."

The long-awaited birth scene will go down in Glee's season-one finale on June 8. And P.S., no one has been waiting longer than Dianna, who's been rocking that bump while shooting for nearly two years now. "Our choreographer can't wait for me to get rid of the bump," Dianna admitted. "It's the running joke throughout all the dance scenes. 'Would a pregnant woman be doing this?' And I'll say, 'Yes, she needs to stay fit!' "

Executive producer Brad Falchuk insists the birth scene will blow you away. "Dianna was brilliant today. Truly. I'm surprised she's awake and up right now. She was unbelievable today. Wait until you see the scene, because I was convinced I was going to see a baby come out of there." Ew. And awwwww.

So what does this all mean for Quinn and baby daddy Puck? Mark Salling says Puck "wants to step up," but we have to tune in to see whether he does or not. Fair enough.

Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) starts falling for Mr. Schuester (Matthew Morrison), and we see the inside of her house, which is wall to wall trophies. "It's like hoarders with trophies," Ryan Murphy jokes.

Despite recent reports, Murphy said he's not sure yet if there will be a second Madonna episode. However, they're hopeful. "She loved the first one, and her people called us and said, 'You know we have other songs.'" Ya don't say. Note to self: Gotta check out this hot up-and-coming artist!

Cory Monteith (Finn) thinks Rachel and Finn are the core relationship and that they "will go the distance." He also admitted that so many of you fans are right: He will be singing Rick Springfield's "Jesse's Girl." And that can only mean bad things for Jesse (Jonathan Groff) and Rachel (Lea Michele).

Kevin McHale on Artie and Tina: "I root for them because they're awkward."

According to Murphy, Coldplay said no in the beginning to their music being used on Glee, but in the past two weeks they called and said, "We were wrong..." Suckas

Source: EOnline