Maybe "Glee" star Naya Rivera hasn't been forced to face the music after all.

A representative for the actress is strongly denying reports that she was fired from the show after getting into an on-set altercation with fellow diva Lea Michele.

"Any reports or rumors circulating that Naya Rivera was let go or fired from 'Glee' are absolutely untrue. End of story," the rep told The Hollywood Reporter.

The New York Daily News reported earlier this week that Rivera had been fired from the Fox dramedy following her alleged feud with Michele and a subsequent argument with producers.

Other online reports have claimed that Rivera's fiery character, Santana Lopez, had been written out of the Season 5 finale.

Reps for "Glee" producers 20th Century Fox Television have thus far declined to comment on Rivera's future with the series and speculation about the on-set altercation. But sources told The Hollywood Reporter that any reports that Rivera has been banned from set are untrue. Rumors that the actress cleaned out her trailer and won't return to the series are being misrepresented as Rivera is already on hiatus from the show. Sources also say that the actress has not received any letters from the network or studio asking her to change her behavior.

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