Rep: Dianna Agron Not Leaving Glee

Don't worry, Gleeks - Quinn Fabray is here to stay... for now.

Following a report by Us Weekly claiming Dianna Agron (who plays Quinn on the FOX show) is "unhappy" and has reached an "agreement" with producers to leave "Glee," a rep for the actress told Access Hollywood the report was "false."

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FOX also said the story was not true.

The 26-year-old actress - whose character graduated from high school and was accepted to Yale last season - was absent at a Season 4 premiere party in Los Angeles on Wednesday and not featured in Thursday's Season 4 premiere. However, she took to Twitter to say she'll soon return.

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"Wish I could be there tonight to celebrate with you all. But I'll be back soon!! #gleepremiere," she wrote on Thursday. In May, series star Jane Lynch (Sue Sylvester) seemed to hint the Season 3 finale was the last time she'd be shooting scenes with Dianna.

"Sue saying goodbye to Quinn was really moving," Jane told AccessHollywood.com's Laura Saltman of filming the Season 3 finale at the time. "I didn't expect to be so moved until it all started happening. We started shooting it and we were both kind of a mess!"

In addition to her "Glee" duties, Dianna was recently seen on the big screen in 2011's "I Am Number Four," and is currently filming crime thriller "Malavita" (due in theaters next year) with Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer and Tommy Lee Jones.

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