'He's a true triple threat: He can sing, dance, and act. So yeah, we'd love to have him on,' Ryan Murphy says of the possibility of having Justin Timberlake on his TV series.
There is a chance that Justin Timberlake will sing, dance and act in "Glee". Previously sharing that Julia Roberts loves the show, Ryan Murphy, the creator of the popular TV series, told E! News that he is "in the plan" to bring Justin to the musical series.
"[Justin] is the one the kids jump up and down about every day and beg me to meet with him," he said. "I'm a huge fan of his music. I think he's so talented. And he's a true triple threat: He can sing, dance, and act. So yeah, we'd love to have him on. We start shooting the second season in July and I think I will work some magic around that time for him if I can."
Commenting on the proposed idea of having Justin singing, dancing and acting on the show, Matthew Morrison's Will Schuester stated, "I don't think he could handle this. But if he wants to go toe to toe with Mr. Schuester, bring it on, J.T.! He's amazing; I have so much respect for that guy. What a talent. I would love for him to be on the show."
Beside plotting to approach Justin Timberlake, Ryan Murphy also gave scoop on what to expect from the "Glee" when it returns on April 13. He said that "[Neil Patrick Harris] gets to tussle with Jane Lynch. -- and they might sleep together."
Ryan further noted Neil's character Bryan Adam, who was an old rival of Will, "is [actually] not a villain." He explained, "he's just got edge, as they say. It's a very great, sweet, important episode. We wrote it for Neil and for Joss. The whole episode is about arts funding and the importance of arts funding in high schools."