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Glee reaches 100 episodes
Glee has reached the key TV milestone of 100 episodes; a celebratory edition airs in the US on Tuesday 18 March. If there's a theme, it appears to be comebacks; former favourites Amber Riley (Mercedes Jones), Dianna Agron (Quinn Fabray), Mark Salling (Noah 'Puck' Puckerman), Heather Morris (Brittany S. Pierce) and Harry Shum Jr (Mike Chang) will all be returning.
But that's not all as the guest cast includes Gwyneth Paltrow (reprising her role as substitute teacher Holly Holliday), Kristin Chenoweth (back as former student April Rhodes) and Gossip Girl star Chace Crawford as a student named Biff McIntosh.
Glee has had huge highs (remember when it was the show everyone was talking about?), but nothing has been lower than Cory Monteith's tragic death in the summer of 2012. His character Finn Hudson will be remembered during the transmission of the 100th episode.
Cory's girlfriend at the time Lea Michele (who plays Rachel Berry, Finn's on screen love interest) and Chris Colfer (Kurt Hummel) still have fond memories of the days when Glee first started way back in 2009. Lea said: "I remember reading the script and then reading 'And then Journey's Don't Stop Believin starts to play,' and I got chills. I still get chills to this day. I knew that this was a gem."
Chris added: "I was so excited because it was a show for kids like me. It was the first time that I had seen something for performance arts kids, for theatre kids, and I was so excited for the world to have it."
Like many other teen dramas, some of the Glee cast are years older than the characters they play. See if you can guess their real ages as we celebrate 100 episodes of this show.
Click on the photos for more information about the cast of Glee.
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