The 'Mean Girls' star is in negotiations to play herself and serve as a celebrity judge at Nationals, while the 'View' co-host will portray a NYADA professor who oversees Rachel and Kurt's audition.
"Glee" will welcome Lindsay Lohan and Whoopi Goldberg before the end of season 3. The April Booth of "Machete" is said to be in final negotiations to guest star in one of this season's final episodes, while the "Sister Act" actress has signed on for "an extremely pivotal" multi-episode arc.
According to TVLine, 25-year-old Lohan will play herself and appear as a celebrity judge at Nationals. As for Golden Globe winner Goldberg, she will portray Carmen Tibideaux, a theatrical grande dame and a professor at New York Academy of the Dramatic Arts (NYADA) who will be evaluating Rachel and Kurt for admission to the university.
The co-host of "The View" will make her first appearance on the FOX musical series in its May 1 episode. She will reportedly appear in roughly three episodes.
"Glee" will return on Tuesday, April 10 with "Big Brother", which marks Matthew Bomer's debut as Blaine's brother, Cooper Anderson. A newly released preview has shared footage featuring the "White Collar" hottie sharing some tricks to the New Directions kids. The video additionally gives a hint to Quinn's fate after the car accident.