Goodbye Glee! Fans can’t believe the show is over after six years of subversive musical glory

So it's goodbye to the beloved mix of high-school satire, camp musical extravaganzas and subversive characters. After last night's US finale, here's how Twitter felt...

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Don’t. Stop. Believin’.

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That sums up last night’s Glee finale, called Dreams Come True, in which everyone from star choir-girl Rachel (Lea Michelle) to sociopathic PE teacher Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) got a happy-ever-after ending. The final scene (this won’t ruin it for you) features Rachel — as well as virtually every Glee character from the past six seasons — returning to McKinley High.

It was full of nostalgia, and some heartstring-tugging moments including a tribute to the late Cory Monteith (Leah Michelle’s on- and off-screen boyfriend), who played loveable jock Finn Hudson.

So it’s goodbye to the beloved mix of high-school satire, camp musical extravaganzas and subversive characters. After last night’s US finale, here’s how Twitter felt this morning…

So what did Twitter love about Glee so much?

The way it subverted stereotypes…

Of course, acid-tongued gym teacher Sue Sylvester…

It’s just one of those shows…

We know exactly what you mean about TV being better than real human contact…

And even Lea Michelle can’t quite get her head around Glee ending…

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Spoken like a true Gleek…