Don’t give up hope yet, gleeks! May 19 marked 10 years since Glee first premiered on FOX, and Lea Michele just addressed whether or not she’d be down to star in a spinoff. Uh, what?

Yup! The actress who played the iconic role of Rachel Berry on the series took to her Instagram Stories to celebrate the show’s 10-year anniversary, which she did by answering some burning questions from diehard fans. So what happened when one fan asked if she would consider reprising her role as Rachel? SPOILER ALERT — she was totally here for it!

“In a heartbeat,” she responded. WOW.

That’s not all the 33-year-old revealed in the fan Q&A, though. When asked to choose her favorite moment from the entire series, the actress struggled a bit. Can we really blame her? We mean, the series was so iconic, so it’s pretty impossible to choose just one stand-out moment.

“too many to pick just one,” she responded along with a photo of the cast. Aww!

And of course, Lea wasn’t the only star of the series to pay tribute on its tenth anniversary. Naya Rivera also posted on social media, praising the show for teaching her so much about acting and providing her with lifelong friends.

“I can’t believe it’s been 10 years!” she wrote. “I’m so blessed to have been a part of such an amazing show. I’ve made lifelong friends, grew in my craft, and made some of the most beautiful memories because of Glee. I will always be grateful to @20thcenturyfox, @mrrpmurphy, @bradfalchuk, Dana Walden, and Gary Newman for believing in my talents and giving me the opportunity to share them with the world. I love all of our fans who are beyond amazing and saw a little piece of themselves in each one of the characters. Being a part of something special makes you special and Glee will always have a special place in my heart.” We’re not crying — YOU ARE!

Also in celebration of the anniversary, Jane Lynch, who played the role of Sue Sylvester, opened up to Us Weekly about what she misses most about the hit show.

“What I miss most of all is the message and how every kid who watched that show — including adults in some situations — had some character that they deeply identified with,” she said. “I think that’s why it moved people so much. Those issues were spoken to through music, and music moves.”

Matthew Morrison, known as Will Schuester in the series, also shared some fond memories from the set with the mag.

“I could dance in the rain with Gwyneth Paltrow all day long,” he told Us. “Dancing with Harry Shum Jr. then make him laugh — the number we did was one of my favorite numbers and so much fun!”

Uh, yeah… we’re going to need a Glee spinoff ASAP.

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