Jesse McCartney to Guest Star as Car Crash Victim on 'CSI'


Jesse McCartney
The 'Beautiful Soul' hitmaker reportedly will appear in a 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' episode where Elisabeth Shue will make her debut as the new leading lady.


After scoring Justin Bieber as a guest star in fall 2010 and getting him back for another episode in early 2011, "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" scores another young star as a cameo. The crime drama series nabs Jesse McCartney to be the guest for an episode which is going to air next year.

While Bieber played a troubled youngster named Jason McCann, McCartney will reportedly play a recent college graduate named Wes, who falls unconscious after crashing his car in an accident. According to CSI Files, he will form a bond with Nick (George Eads) and work together to figure out what really happened behind the crash.

The outing is said to be called "Seeing Red" and will be broadcast on February 15. Beside seeing McCartney, it will also introduce Elisabeth Shue as a new female lead named Julie "Finn" Finlay. Filling in Marg Helgenberger's shoes, the Oscar-nominated actress will enter the picture as a CSI who just completed anger management training.

© AceShowbiz.com


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