Gwyneth Paltrow To Sing Cee Lo Green's 'F*** You' On Glee
As the show is slammed by gay rights group, GLAAD...
In September, Glee creator Ryan Murphy confirmed that Paltrow would have a cameo role in the TV series, revealing that she will play a substitute teacher for Mr. Schuester, played by Matthew Morrison.
Now, according to E! Online, Gwyneth will sing Cee Lo's track when her episode is screened in the US on 16th November.
It is unknown who the actress will aim the Gnarls Barkley frontman's song at, but Murphy confessed that her character is set to 'stir up a love-triangle' between some of the cast.
Ryan revealed: "Gwyneth is coming on the show. And even though Emma [Jayma Mays] is with John Stamos’ character, when she sees those two it makes her feel jealous."
He added: "And that sort of launches another big, wrenching love triangle. Gwyneth will come between them, so it’s a quadrangle."
Meanwhile, after Gleeks Lea Michele, Dianna Agron and Cory Monteith were slammed for a risqué photoshoot they did for GQ magazine, gay rights campaigners have now blasted their recent tribute to The Rocky Horror Show for using the word 'tranny.'
In the episode, Harry Shum Jr.'s character, Mike, is forced to pull out of the Rocky Horror production after his conservative parents fear he will look like a 'tranny' which has caused concern with Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) officials.
Aceshowbiz reports that in a statement, GLAAD said: "The casual manner in which the word was used is jarring, even if he (Shum, Jr's character) may have been repeating what his parents said."
They added: "Unfortunately the larger problem here is that the word 'tranny' has become an easy punchline in popular culture, and many still don't realise that using the term is hurtful, dehumanising and associated with violence, hatred and derision against transgender people - a community that is nearly invisible in media today."