Should Gwyneth Paltrow Sing 'F You' on 'Glee'?
SodaHead TV 2010/11/05 13:00:00
"Glee" has been pushing boundaries in all directions this season, both on and off camera. Sex, scandal and nudity are old news for the cast of "Glee," so in a couple of weeks they're moving on to something else.
Profanity. Or at least implied profanity.
Gwyneth Paltrow, who will be guest-starring on the show, is confirmed to be singing a cover of Cee Lo Green's popular "F--k You" song (called "Forget You" on the radio). No word yet on why her character will be singing it, or to whom, but you can bet there will be plenty of drama.
Creator Ryan Murphy told E! Online, "Gwyneth is coming on the show. And even though Emma is with John Stamos' character, when she sees those two, it makes her feel jealous. And that sort of launches another big, wrenching love triangle. Gwyneth will come between them, so it's a quadrangle."
Although, if they're going for originality, they're a couple of weeks too late. William Shatner actually did a version of the song on "Lopez Tonight," complete with the (bleeped out) F-word.
According to reports, Paltrow's cover will not include the F-word (makes sense -- the show does air at 8 p.m. on network TV, after all). We'll have to wait until November 16 to check it out, but until then, enjoy Shatner giving it his best shot.
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