"Glee" has been able to score some pretty huge stars for season two. In addition to Charice, Darren Criss and Gwyneth Paltrow, singer Susan Boyle will be joining the cast in just over two months.
"Glee" creator Ryan Murphy discussed the possibility of Boyle's appearance last spring. Boyle will play a high school lunch lady in a Christmas themed show. Murphy said, "I think Kurt would just die to give her a Christmas makeover. I don’t even know if she’s interested but it’s been pitched.”
It looks like the hopes of many Susan Boyle fans have been fulfilled. According to a new report by Showbizspy.com, the former "Britain's Got Talent" star will definitely be making an appearance on the "Glee" Christmas special.
Scheduled to air on December 7, the show will feature a number of song performances. Unfortunately, Boyle's voice will not be a part of the Christmas CD.
“Susan’s appearance will be great fun for all fans of the series,” a source said.
Boyle’s second album, "The Gift," will be released on November 8.
Gwyneth Paltrow will appear on episode seven, "The Substitute." The show is scheduled for November 16.