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Heather Morris’ Glee comeback

Heather Morris to return to Glee for 100th episode.

The actress is the latest star of the high-school drama to be confirmed for the milestone episode, which airs on March 18.

The cast and crew of the hit show quickly took to Twitter to express their joy at the news, with Glee creator Ryan Murphy leading the way.

“Heather is IN for Glee 100th!” he tweeted.

“Woo woo gettin all the gang back for our 100th episode! Can't wait :)))[sic]” wrote Kevin McHale, who plays Artie, to his 1.3million followers.

Chord Overstreet who stars as high school stud Sam also couldn’t hide his excitement, posting “Yay! Heather comes back for 100th episode!!”

Heather plays ditzy cheerleader Brittany in the award winning show. In real life the 26-year-old actress gave birth to her first child, son Elijah, two months ago with her high school sweetheart Taylor Hubbell.

Heather joins Harry Shum Jr. as Mike Chang, Mark Salling as Puck and Amber Riley as Mercedes.

Amber is currently resting after being crowned champion of this year’s Dancing With the Stars, with professional dance partner Derek Hough.

Amber’s Glee co-star and good friend Lea Michele recently told Extra! how happy she that Amber won.

“I’m so proud of her, she’s awesome. She’s the best, she’s been there for me through everything and I’m so thankful for my friends,” she said.

With rumours of a Glee spin off starring Lea’s character Rachel Berry, Lea was keeping her cards close to her chest when quizzed on the matter. But she admits that she could play Rachel for the rest of her life.

“I’m not sure if there’s a spin off, they’re keeping lots of secrets from us. You’ll have to call Ryan Murphy. You’re going to get me in trouble!

“I’d be happy for there to be a spin off, then another spin off and then Rachel [Berry] in her senior citizen home singing for everyone. I love my job, I love Glee and I love my cast and I’d be happy to play Rachel Berry until I’m old with a cane,” she laughed.

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