The series finale of the loved musical teenage show “Glee” brought everybody only happy endings. Together with the announcement of a baby, a Tony Award win and a world tour, the ending of one of the most watched shows of this time taught people, once again, that no matter how much of a “looser” you are considered to be, you are actually really cool.

March 20 marked one sad day for all Glee’s fans. It was hard for all of us to say goodbye to the show after 7 seasons of joy, diversity, comedy, drama and so on. With a series finale that had to be radically changed; due to Cory Monteith’s unexpected death Ryah Murphy still surprised the fans with how things ended for Rachel (Lea Michele) and the rest of McKinley High’s graduates.

After a flashback to 2009, explaining how the Glee club took life, we were brought back to the present, when New Direction was announced to be the winner at Nationals. Three months later, the Superintendent announced that McKinley High would now become a high school dedicated exclusively to the arts. Mr. Schuester (Matthew Morrison) was named Principal and so, Sam (Chrod Overstreet) took over the Glee Club. Mercedes was invited to open Beyonce’s new tour and after no more than five years she goes on her own world tour.

To remember and celebrate how it all started, the entire group gathered up in McKinley High’s Auditorium, where Sue announced that it would be now named the Finn Hudson Memorial Auditorum. It all ended with Rachel, Kurt, Blaine, Mercedes, Tina, Artie, Quinn, Puck, Santana, Brittany, and the all of the glee club members from the past (Sugar, Marley, Jake and more!) — bursting into song, naturally, and danced around on stage to One Republic‘s “I Lived.”