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Chris Colfer Is Returning to 'Glee' Next Season, Twitter Account Was Hacked!

Chris Colfer Is Returning to 'Glee' Next Season, Twitter Account Was Hacked!

We were worried for a sec – looks like Chris Colfer‘s Twitter account has been hacked and he is definitely returning to Glee next season, JustJared.com can confirm.

“Not true. His twitter account was hacked. He is returning next season.” a rep for the 24-year-old actor told JustJared.com in a statement.

A tweet came from Chris‘ account just a few minutes ago scaring all Glee fans – a hacker wrote that he would not be back on Glee due to personal issues. We’re so glad Chris is okay and that we will see him back on Glee in the Fall!

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  • Sophia

    Cancel this show already. How many viewers does it have? 1million? FOX must really be kicking themselves for renewing it.

  • Jennifer

    Where else would he go? Not a huge market for twinks on TV.

  • tick

    It can’t be because he’s gay cuz Ryan Murphy is gay too.
    I’m Irish. I drew rainbows & leprechauns when I was a kid.
    I hate how gay people use the rainbow as their logo.
    It’s a perversion of a completely innocent symbol.

  • Fercat

    @tick:
    Well, rainbows are called ‘King’s loincloth’ in some places.

  • troll

    What a gay.

  • Louise

    @tick: Bigoted idiot.

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