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Looks like Santana won't be the only mean girl at McKinley High. TVline.com is reporting that two new female characters will be introduced next season and they won't be friendly!

Ironically one of them is named Sugar! TVLine refers to the character as "basically Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Danielle Staub, only in high school. Affluent, self-confident and a godawful singer."

As for the other mean girl...

Her name is Sheila and is compared to that of rocker Joan Jett. TVLine says the character has her "own pack of Blackhearts and the tats to go with ’em."

What do you think about this new crop of characters? Does Glee need anymore storylines?! Sound off in the comments!  Especially seeing as it was announced that the main roles played by Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith will in fact be returning despite earlier reports. 

Glee co-creator Brad Falchuk cleared up rumors at Comic-Con, saying: 

“They’re seniors. They’re graduating. But that doesn’t mean they’re leaving the show. It was never our intention or plan to let these people go… They are not done with the show after this season.”
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  • brendacool
    brendacool

    HELLO i am miss Brenda, i contacted you for us to be friends please mail me on (brendamoyo8@yahoo.in) i will tell you more about my self then, thanks, Brenda.

  • GLEEK
    GLEEK

    don't be mean about glee. I will miss the characters too, and the new ones do sound lame, but DON'T DIS!

  • ugh
    ugh

    im so sick of them adding new characters and then they dont even have big parts. like sam?? what was the point in adding him. i mean no other show adds new characters every season. and they just add them because they are so uncreative they need to throw in new characters too add a story line, and they're all suh stereotypes its annoying,