The season finale of "Glee" went down last night -- and with most of the cast uncertain of their future on the show, it ended with their characters spread all over the US.
While show creator Ryan Murphy has said anyone who wants to come back next year can come back, it seemed like viewers were saying goodbye to characters like Mercedes, Quinn and even Rachel.
Here's where everyone ended up:
Following an unsuccessful audition with James Lipton, Finn (Cory Monteith) was rejected from The Actor's Studio. While breaking up with Rachel, he said he's joining the Army.
Rachel (Lea Michele) was accepted to NYADA and ended up going to NYC solo.
Kurt (Chris Colfer) didn't fare so well. He was rejected to NYADA, but will try to get in again next year.
Santana (Naya Rivera) turned down a cheerleading scholarship in Kentucky to pursue her dream of becoming a star in New York City. This sets up a potential storyline with her and Rachel next season, as they're both in the Big Apple.
With her 0.0 GPA, Brittany (Heather Morris) will repeat her senior year at McKinley.
On the other hand, Puck (Mark Salling) passed his geography final with a C- and earned his diploma. It's unclear if he'll move to L.A. to start his pool-cleaning business.
Mike (Harry Shum Jr.) got a dance scholarship to Chicago.
Mercedes (Amber Riley) got a recording contract as a backup singer for a recording artist in Los Angeles.
Quinn (Dianna Agron) was accepted to Yale and gave Rachel a ticket to Connecticut as a wedding/graduation gift so that they could stay in touch.
How much of the seniors do you think we'll actually see next year? Were you happy with how it ended? Sound off below.