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Kate Hudson & Sarah Jessica Parker for ‘Glee’

‘Glee’ confirms more celebrity guest talent for next season.

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: May 14th, 2012 in Culture » TV » News

Kate Hudson & Sarah Jessica Parker for ‘Glee’

First it was Gwyneth Paltrow, now it’s Sarah Jessica Parker and Kate Hudson. ‘Glee’ seems to have quite a penchant for gorgeous (and Jewish) Hollywood A-listers.

Fox has not yet confirmed the actresses’ specific roles, but it has been announced that Parker will star in at least one episode, while Hudson has signed on for a six-episode story arc.

In other ‘Glee’ news, the hit show has been moved to Thursday nights, and will air alongside the results show for either ‘American Idol’ or ‘The X Factor’.

There has been a lot of talk concerning next season and how it will play out. The cast of characters we have grown to love are graduating from McKinley, and instead of starting with a new class of freshman (a la Saved by the Bell, Degrassi, Skins, etc), the shows’ creators has chosen to continue following the gang as their pursue their dreams in the real world.

Fox is holding it’s upfront presentation on Monday, so I’m sure quite a few questions will be answered. Are all the characters returning to the show? Will next week’s finale be the last time we see Dianna Agron/Quinn? Is Corey Monteith really 30?

‘Glee’s’ season finale is scheduled to air on May 22nd, guest starring Perez Hilton and Lindsay Lohan.

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