When the new school year started, Emma and Will were dating but had not yet been intimate. Taking another step toward marriage, Will met Emma's parents and discovered the source of her OCD issues. Despite her problems, and Will's fear that she might never be able to handle having children, Will proposed to Emma with the help of the glee club - and she accepted.
Will desperately tried to get tenure so that he would be able to provide for Emma and his hoped-for family, but she ended up being the one granted the contract. As she and Will began planning the wedding, Will suggested moving up the date to May and hiring a wedding planner, and Emma panicked. Eventually they decided to hold the ceremony in November.
After New Directions' win at nationals, Emma congratulated Will with the gift of herself. Then she handed out the diplomas at graduation, while her students thanked her for everything she'd done to help them along their journey.
In 2004, Jayma Mays made her first television appearance on "Joey," and the following year landed a role in Wes Craven's "Red Eye." Mays had recurring roles on the Emmy Award-winning series "Ugly Betty" and the critically acclaimed "Heroes," and she has guest-starred on numerous series, including "House," "Six Feet Under," "The Comeback," "Entourage," "Stacked," "How I Met Your Mother" and "Ghost Whisperer."
Her feature film credits include "Paul Blart: Mall Cop," Clint Eastwood's "Flags of Our Fathers," "Blind Guy Driving," "Bar Starz" and "Epic Movie," during which she met her husband, Adam Campbell. Last year, she starred in "The Smurfs" movie opposite Neil Patrick Harris.
Mays is from Grundy, VA, and graduated from Radford University with a degree in Performing Arts. She lives in Los Angeles.