Anne Hathaway to go lesbian in a long-plotted move
Fresh off its win for Best TV Show - Comedy or Musical at the Golden Globes (along with individual wins for cast members Jane Lynch and Chris Colfer), Glee has confirmed its next big guest star: Anne Hathaway.
Although creator Ryan Murphy has rejected the notion that the show recruits A-list stars for ratings, Hathaway is just another in the list of illustrious talents that have tread the halls of McKinley High.
The next big catch? Chris Colfer, who plays Kurt Hummel, hopes to snag Julie Andrews as his grandmother. After getting Carol Burnett as Sue Sylvester's (Jane Lynch) Nazi-hunting mother, we don't think anything is far-fetched.
Hathaway has made no secret of her desire to guest star on the hit show, telling a press junket for Love and Other Drugs in November that she craved a role as Kurt's aunt. Well surprise, surprise, her role is confirmed — as none other than Kurt's lesbian aunt, the younger sister of his deceased mother. She's written her own ticket so far, let's see if the musical number she envisioned from Into the Woods makes the cut.