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Written by Ivan Radford   
Tuesday, 06 July 2010 11:02

Would you say no to this man? Even if he asked you to sing with him? Ryan Murphy, creator of TV's Glee, faced exactly that dilemma. Yes, Javier Bardem will be guest starring in Glee's next series.

Bardem approached Murphy when the two worked together on Julia Robert's latest flick, Eat Pray Love. The actor, who turned down Daniel Day Lewis' role of Guido in Nine, confessed he was a bit of a "Gleek" when talking to Murphy about duetting with Kevin McHale, who plays Artie - that one in the wheelchair.

And lo, Murphy made it happen. Bardem told Entertainment Weekly: “We’re going to rock the house... We’re going to do some heavy metal — Spanish heavy metal, which is the worst.”

Now all we need is Penelope Cruz in there somewhere and maybe Glee's second series will be hot enough to be worth watching.