Gleeks can expect another engagement when "Glee" returns for its sixth and final season next year.

Rock-solid sources told E! News earlier this month that the last installment of the Fox musical drama will feature a "pretty major engagement," and it will happen during one of the first few episodes.

As to who is getting down on one knee, rumors have it that it is going to be Naya Rivera's Santana.

The speculation that it might be an engagement between Santana and Heather Morris' Brittany first surfaced earlier this month when the 27-year-old "Sorry" singer took to Twitter and wrote, "Popping a very important question today at glee! ;-)"  

Rivera was asked by Glamour about the engagement rumor Thursday, Oct. 23, at the opening of acclaimed photographer Brian Bowen Smith's first solo show, Wildlife, at the De Re Gallery in West Hollywood. And while the actress remained tight-lipped on whether the fan-favorite couple got engaged, she did tease: "It would be awesome. I have to ask Brittany! It's been a while."

"Heather is back full time," Rivera added of her co-star who briefly left the show after getting pregnant with her first child with fiancé Taylor Hubbell. "The fans love Brittana so much, and I really think we should give them something sweet and wrap it up in a nice way," Rivera teased. "Her relationship with Brittany is the biggest thing aside from her career, [so] I think everybody will be happy with what happens."

There are about six more episodes left to film, and while the mood on the set is still fairly calm, Ryan Dorsey's wife admitted that it is going to "get crazy [emotional] at the end."

"Because outside of high school, we never have a marker of time to see how people grow, so it's just been very warm and fuzzy. Every single one of the cast is like a member of my family," she said.

Though there has been no official details on what exactly is in store for Rivera's character in the upcoming season, it is expected that fans would see less of her in the next installment as she has been downgraded from a series regular to a recurring guest star, TVLine reported.

Though the news of her demotion followed rumors that she had been fired from the show after an alleged feud with the show's producers and its female lead Lea Michele, multiple sources told E! News that the decision to downgrade her screen time was her own request.

"Naya wants to have more time to explore her music and other endeavors," explained a source close to the actress.