Sarah Jessica Parker to Play a Vogue Editor on Glee, Anna Wintour To Help With Costumes

We must admit, we haven't tuned into Glee in a while. Lea Michele's character just started to wear on us (it's not you Jane Lynch!). But we might DVR the start of season four to see Sarah Jessica Parker in her role as the manager of Vogue.com. Especially since she'll be outfitted by Anna Wintour herself.
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We must admit, we haven't tuned into Glee in a while. Lea Michele's character just started to wear on us (it's not you Jane Lynch!). But we might DVR the start of season four to see Sarah Jessica Parker in her role as the manager of Vogue.com. Especially since she'll be outfitted by Anna Wintour herself.
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We must admit, we haven't tuned into Glee in a while. Lea Michele's character just started to wear on us (it's not you Jane Lynch!). But we might DVR the start of season four to see Sarah Jessica Parker in her role as the manager of Vogue.com. Especially since she'll be outfitted by Anna Wintour herself.

Last week Glee creator Ryan Murphy revealed that Sarah Jessica Parker would guest star in a few episodes of the next season of the (once) hit series. He told Access Hollywood that SJP's character would be "running Vogue.com" (apparently Chris Colfer's character will be working for her) and recently tweeted, "Guess who's helping us with Sarah Jessica Parker's costumes on GLEE? The Amazing Anna Wintour!"

Sarah Jessica Parker is no stranger to playing a Voguette of course--as Carrie Bradshaw she was a contributing editor. (Also we love that she's working for the digital side, woot!) But if Glee seems slightly less-Vogue than Sex and the City, let us remind you that Wintour's daughter Bee Shaffer works for Murphy's production company. Way to work those family connections!