Host Andy Cohen couldn't resist asking Gellar about her allegedly ongoing feud with her former "All My Children" co-star Susan Lucci. When asked to characterize their on-set relationship, Gellar laughed and said, "Probably not the most ideal but, you know ... better than the 'Housewives' reunion!"
Hoping for some juicy "Glee" scoop, Cohen dipped his toe in some other troubled waters and asked Murphy about the future of Rachel, Finn, Quinn and Puck.
There have been conflicting reports about what will happen to them ever since Murphy told Ryan Seacrest that the characters would graduate McKinley High in May 2012.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Murphy opted not to to revisit the topic in public: "I will plead the fifth on that."
Murphy did, however, dish on his other show, "American Horror Story." The Season 2 casting shake-up means a houseful of new faces and characters, but will Jessica Lange -- who recently won a SAG Award for her role in the series -- be back for more? Lange told E! Online that she's "thinking about it," so what did Murphy say?
Will Lange be back in Season 2? "Yes."
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