Here's hoping she sings better than Gwyneth Paltrow.
Anne Hathaway has just scored herself a guest spot on Fox's hit show "Glee." Her role: As that gay kid's gay aunt. Hot.
The deal apparently went down while Anne was attending Sunday night's Golden Globes. The "Love & Other Drugs" babe proceeded to chat it up with the show's executive producer, Brad Falchuck. Here's the scoop from NYDaily:
The "Love and Other Drugs" star finalized a deal Sunday night to play the best supporting actor winner's character's lesbian aunt in an upcoming episode of the Fox show.
"She's already created [her role]," creator Ryan Murphy told people.com. "She wants to play the lesbian aunt of Chris Colfer. Because everyone needs a lesbian aunt."
The 28-year-old actress, who hung out with "Glee" star Mark Salling after the show, was ahead of several other celebrities who reportedly pitched Murphy on Sunday.
Here's an idea to improve ratings: the scriptwriters should get Anne to do a 10 minute makeout scenes with the cheerleaders from the show! Now THAT I would gladly sacrifice 40 minutes of my life...
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