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Which Real Housewives Single Would You Most Like to See Glee Perform?

In honor of Glee's very first Real Housewives guest appearance (a cameo by Real Housewives of Atlanta’s NeNe Leakes as Sam Evans’ (Chord Overstreet) synchronized swim team coach Roz Washington) — we’ve taken a moment to ponder what might happen if the Glee cast performed (and/or spoofed) one of those infamous H'Wife singles.

Of course NeNe isn't the musical type, so she probably won't be joining in on any singalongs. Still, there is a generous canon of Real Housewife music for the New Directions to choose from. (We use the term "music" loosely.) Here are our top picks:

The first breakout single from any Real Housewife was, of course, Kim Zolciak's "Tardy for the Party." Perhaps the New Ds can tackle this one during a graduation party montage or leading up to the Regionals after party. Obviously, Blaine (Darren Criss) takes lead vocals on this one.

We think The Countess's sophomore single is well-suited for Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) and her unique ability to speak-sing (a la her "Vogue" cover in the Madonna tribute episode). Also, who better to sing about the joys of being rich and famous?

Melissa's debut single is an anthem for what Glee's all about: celebrating the underdog! Living in that gorgeous mansion with a rich, supportive, horny husband and three beautiful children, Melissa Gorga is constantly on display, you guys. Everybody's waiting on her to fall. Just like Quinn Fabray (Dianna Agron), aka, Glee's queen of pretty people problems. She could totally take it.

The perfect song for a certain formerly-closeted Cheerio with which to serenade a certain bear cub ex-McKinley student? Cross-dressing honorary Hotlanta H'Wife Miss Lawrence's "Closet Freak." Duh.

Picture this: Sugar Motta (Vanessa Lengies) has a revelation during which she finally realizes daddy's wallet isn't everything. Cue a hilarious rendition of RHNY LuAnn Delesseps' throaty, speak-sung "Money Can't Buy You Class." It's the perfect song for tonally-challenged Sugar to croak out.

A dream sequence in which Emma Pilsbury (Jayma Mays) belts out "whoa-oh whoa-oh whoa-oh whoa-oh-oh" that the ring Carl Howell (John Stamos) gave her on their wedding day didn't mean a thing compared to Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison)? Just like the ring Kim Zolciak's sugar daddy Big Poppa gave her didn't mean a thing, either. (Watch the original video here).

So, hypothetically speaking, if Ryan Murphy were to absolutely lose his mind and allow this, which Real Housewife single would you like to see the New Directions perform?

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