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Does Perez Hilton Want to Guest Star on Glee? — Exclusive!

We know Perez Hilton invited Glee stars Samuel Larsen (Joe) and Amber Riley (Mercedes) to sing at his 34th Birthday over the weekend — a star studded Mad Hatter tea party at Siren Studios in Los Angeles — but is the famous gossip blogger a big fan of Glee?

You’d better believe it. Perez, who walked the green carpet at his party dressed as a sultan with a colorful parrot on his shoulder, told Wetpaint Entertainment that he is a huge Gleek. Plus, not only was he ecstatic to have Amber and Samuel sing as his b-day soiree, but Perez says he also hopes to one day appear on Glee himself.

Though he loves “all the great pop songs that they do,” Perez told us he’d love to see the cast step it up a notch and tackle more musical theater songs.

“If I were on Glee, I’d want to sing a song from Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Probably “Origin of Love,” said Perez, noting that the tune is one of his all time favorite songs. “It’s such a great song with great lyrics!”

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The birthday boy explained that while he’s busy keeping up with the latest and greatest Hollywood gossip, he does make time to follow the Glee storyline by watching clips online.

“I can’t express what an impact on culture that show has and how I really think it’s helped save lives and [has] been such a great source of inspiration for young people!”

Other performers at the Skintimate, Bartenura Wine and Paul Frank-sponsored bash included Season 2 Glee guest star Charice (Sunshine), The Vampire DiariesKat Graham (Bonnie), The Backstreet Boys, Far East Movement, IM5, and X Factor finalist Chris Rene. Sounds like quite the party!

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03.27.2012 / 03:32 AM EDT by Nicole Pajer
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