Katie Couric just may trade the news desk for the New Directions if she makes an appearance on "Glee."
Sources tell New York Post's Page Six that the 53-year-old "CBS Evening News Anchor" has landed a guest spot on the hit Fox series.
"The deal is done, and Katie will make a cameo as herself. It will be filmed very soon," an insider tells Page Six, adding that perky Couric, a former cheerleader at Virginia's Yorktown High School, would reportedly share scenes with acerbic Cheerios coach Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch).
Who knows? Maybe they'll even pair up for a "Sue's Corner" segment on WOHN News.
Couric is expected to appear in the February 6 post-Super Bowl XLV episode of "Glee." She'd be far from the only famous face to stop by McKinley High - Britney Spears, Olivia Newton-John, Gwyneth Paltrow and John Stamos are just a few of the celebs who've also guest-starred.
"Inception" audiences' heads are still spinning over the movie's rotating top – and that was exactly the goal of filmmaker Christopher Nolan.
[Editor's Note: There's a spoiler after the jump. If you haven't seen "Inception" and would rather not know what happens at the end, stop reading now.]
Rapper Eminem nabbed 10 Grammy nominations, the most of all nominees, when nominations for the 53rd annual Grammy Awards were announced late Wednesday.
Others with multiple nominations include newcomer Bruno Mars with seven nods; rap icon Jay-Z, country trio Lady Antebellum and pop star Lady Gaga each earned six nominations.
Jeff Beck, B.o.B, David Frost, Philip Lawrence and John Legend each grabbed five nominations.
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