After six seasons of musical bliss, "Glee" is wrapping up after six years and lead star Lea Michelle has been dropping hints on what show she would like to appear on. After professing her devotion to "Glee's" director Ryan Murphy and hinting she would like to appear on "American Horror Story," Michelle is completely heading in a different way.
"Glee's" other director Paris Barclay hinted on March 29 that the star could be heading to a fictional town of Charming, California. Barclay who is also an executive producer of FX biker series "Sons of Anarchy" tweeted a picture of Michelle during the 2014 Kids' Choice Awards and asked series creator Kurt Sutter if she is ready for Charming.
"Yo, @sutterink! She ready for CHARMING, or what?" Paris tweeted Sutter on March 30 for a possible cameo of the "Glee" star.
— Paris Barclay (@Harparbar) March 30, 2014
Apparently, Sutter totally agree with Barclay's suggestion and tweeted back that Charming could definitely use an upgrade. "Smoking hot," Kurt responds. "All class. Charming could use a pussy upgrade. And count on me to keep us in the gutter," tweets Sutter.
After the exchange of tweets, many fans reacted about the possible upgrade and what could be her role in SOA's finale. With SAMCRO trying to straighten up its act from dealing drugs and trying to concentrate on its porn business, the singer could end up in Cara Cara or she could be Tara's relative trying to investigate her death.
The possibilities are endless when comes to Michelle and playing a role in SOA could open more doors for her for mature roles as she tries to expand her range. "High School Musical" star Ashley Tisdale also made an appearance as a high-prices escort Emma Jean.
She also hinted that she's love to be a part of HBO's new series "Looking" with pal Jesse St. James who plays Jonathan Groff in the comedy/drama series about a group of gay friends living in San Francisco. So now it's really up to Michelle if she is going to take the challenge or not. From musical to motorcycle gang, we will find out soon enough.