At first glance, Quinn fits the stereotype of your typical high school ‘it’ girl, but looks can be deceiving. Sure she’s blonde, beautiful, smart and popular, but beneath the no nonsense tough as nails HBIC exterior McKinley High’s former Head Cheerio and President of the Celibacy Club shows the rest of the world, is a fragile and insecure young woman craving love and approval. In her sophomore year she dated Finn Hudson, the pair were your cliche’ “it” couple, and although she genuinely loved the boy, she let herself be tempted by McKinley High’s resident bad boy Noah Puckerman and became pregnant after a drunken one night stand. She convinced Finn he was the father although they’d never had sex, joined the Glee club to keep tabs on him when she felt she was losing her sweetheart to the resident diva Rachel Berry. Little by little she lost everything, Coach Sue Sylvester kicked her out of Cheerios, her parents kicked her out of the house and when the truth finally outted, Finn threw her out of his life. Quinn picked herself up, dusted herself off and quietly worked to rebuild a her life and change for the better. She gave birth to a healthy baby girl named Beth, who she gave up for adoption and spent the summer piecing her relationship with her mother back together after she’d left her father. Now in her junior year of high school, Quinn came back stronger than ever, regaining her Captain position in the Cheerios and found love when she wasn’t even looking for it in the form of a hot blonde transfer student named Sam Evans. She fell hard and fast for the boy, even though he’s a total dork, he pretty much had her at ‘I am Sam, Sam I am’. He’s made her happier than she ever imagined she could be, but that hasn’t meant their relationship has been minus it’s complications. Old feelings for Finn still linger and the pull toward her first love has caused a definite strain on her budding relationship with Sam. She never imagined one could love two people at the same time, now she’s just trying to figure out which boy is ‘The One’.