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'Glee' star Lea Michele wants to join 'American Horror Story' season 4

The upcoming fourth season of the popular FX television horror drama "American Horror Story" hasn't revealed any new cast members, but at least one actress wants to join the cast. On Friday, March 21 Wetpaint Entertainment posted the news that "Glee" actress Lea Michele wants to guest star on the upcoming season of "American Horror Story."

Lea Michele
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The actress recently appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and mentioned how she already knew the theme for the upcoming fourth season, since series co-creator Ryan Murphy also created the FOX singing series "Glee," which was just renewed for its sixth and final season.

Michele explained that "I'm in" and she would like to appear in "maybe one episode" but only if Murphy will allow her to be on the series. The show would be a departure for the actress, who rose to fame doing Broadway shows in New York City before landing the lead role on the FOX series.

She even mentioned starting a campaign to get on the fourth season, which is a strategy that has worked in the past. Michele would join as cast that already includes Jessica Lange, Angela Bassett, Kathy Bates, Lily Rabe, Taissa Farmiga, and Sarah Paulson.

It was revealed earlier this week that the new season will have a carnival theme and is expected to be set in the 1950s. Filming for the new season is expected to begin this summer in either New Orleans or Santa Fe with new episodes airing in late 2014 or early 2015.

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