The girls at McKinley High will certainly be swooning when Javier Bardem makes his expected cameo on "Glee." The actor confirms to Vulture that he has had discussions about appearing on the hit Fox series but hasn't gotten his hall pass just yet.
"The 'Glee' situation is that [show creator] Ryan [Murphy] and I talked together about it, and we had a blast imagining ideas. I don't know if it's gonna happen or not," says the 41-year-old "No Country for Old Men" star. "I guess it's been out there too soon? But it doesn't depend on me."
That's not to say Bardem, who is expecting his first child with wife Penelope Cruz, doesn't have the chops to pull off the gig.
"I've sung twice in films before. Once it was in 'Golden Balls,' a movie where I was singing Julio Iglesias, and the other was in a comedy called 'Mouth to Mouth,' where I was singing, 'Make 'em laugh / make 'em lauuuugh... '" says the Oscar winner. "But no, singing is not my strongest skill. I guess that's why I want to do it, because I know it's something I have to work on!"
@Natalie: So why bother even reading and then taking the time to comment if you have no idea about Glee? Also, if you want music television from MTV you must be coming from 1985, cause the only thing on MTV these days is Jersey Shore, and there is nothing musical about that.
Hispanic gay glee. Awesome...
I've never seen Glee, its a musical television show? If I want Music I listen to my player. If I want music television I watch MTV. Why does this show exist?
CLEARLY YOUR A BAD TROLL OR CLEARLY YOUR NOT WATCHING MTV
Guess you'd like your TV shows better stripped of their scores, their theme songs, and any incidental music used during programming? A word to the wise: if you don't like mixing your meat and potatoes, avoid Broadway.
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