‘Glee’ grabs J-Lo after G-Glo

Jennifer Lopez will appear as a guest on “Glee,” showrunner Ryan Murphy said after Sunday’s Golden Globes.

“We are writing a role for Ms. Jennifer Lopez, who we love,” Murphy told “Extra” after his series won for top TV musical/comedy. “We want her to be a cafeteria lady.”

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