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Glee Season 4: Sarah Jessica Parker Sings With Rachel and Kurt, Plus Whoopi Goldberg Is Back

Is Sarah Jessica Parker’s singing voice going to be as impressive as her Tony Award-winning husband, Matthew Broderick’s? We’ll find out soon enough, as the actress has already recorded her first Glee number!

We have Lea Michele (Rachel) to thank for this exciting tidbit. On August 17, Lea tweeted, “Off to the recording studio now to record a song for me @chriscolfer and SJP!” We don’t yet know what SJP’s singing voice will sound like, but given that she excels at everything else she does, we expect to be impressed!

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We’re continuing to learn more about Rachel and Kurt’s (Chris Colfer) new post-graduation life, as Kurt will get bored with Lima and head to NYC where he’ll — squeal! — become roommates with Rachel. He’ll get an internship under the tutelage of Sarah Jessica’s character at Vogue, and SJP’s quirky fashion maven, Isabelle Klempt, will even help Rachel to spruce up her not quite runway-ready wardrobe. Translation: So long, leg warmers!

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And we loved Whoopi Goldberg’s portrayal of Carmen Tibideaux last season, so we’re thrilled to hear, via The Hollywood Reporter, that Carmen will definitely appear in Season 4. We don’t know yet what Carmen will be be doing on the show, but it seems safe to assume that she’ll provide much-needed support to Rachel, who worries that she doesn’t have a “ghost” of a chance to succeed at NYADA.

So do you think SJP will blow us away with her voice? And speaking of guest stars getting songs, when the heck will Whoopi get a chance to belt one out?

Source: Lea Michele on Twitter, The Hollywood Reporter

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08.21.2012 / 03:46 AM EDT by Ryan Gajewski
Related: Glee, Spoilers, Rachel Berry, Kurt Hummel

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