Glee, the American teen super musical-drama is more popular than ever. With the show's constant celeb guest spot appearances and refreshingly fun takes on hit songs, Glee is constantly keeping things fresh. But recently, the show decided to revisit their past, bringing back a lady with a big smile and an even bigger voice.
The dazzling Kristen Chenoweth was called back by Glee creator, Ryan Murphy to show off her acting and singing talents as her character, April Rhodes. But why now? Well, Glee has some celebrating to do with their 100th episode being just around the corner.
Leave it to Twitter for the very exciting news to be made public.
Kristin Chenoweth is IN for Glee's 100th! Love her!
— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) December 4, 2013
Chenoweth kept her response tweet to Murphy short and sweet.
"@MrRPMurphy: Kristin Chenoweth is IN for Glee's 100th! Love her!"Very excited.
— Kristin Chenoweth (@KChenoweth) December 5, 2013
Check out Chenoweth's pipes in, "Maybe This Time."
Chenoweth has been acting for years, appearing in television shows from Frasier to Glee. But the star really made her mark in the hit Broadway show Wicked, when she originated the role of Glinda.
Will Chenoweth be the only ex-Glee star to return to the set? It hasn't been made clear if anyone else will be joining the pint-sized blonde, but I'm certain there will be some fun surprises up the show's sleeves! Stay tuned.
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