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‘Glee’ Season 2 Preview March 8, 2011

Posted by on March 8, 2011 at 5:58 PM EST

gwyneth paltrow gleeGwyneth Paltrow returns to Glee Season 2 tonight.

Tonight a new episode of Glee airs titled “Sexy” and it sees the much anticipated return of Gwyneth Paltrow as substitute teacher extraordinaire Holly Holiday and she is just in time for sex education week.

With hormones running on high Holly decides to shake things up with her lesson plan tonight on Glee. She uses various vegetables to demonstrate how to put on a condom and treats the entire glee club to a pretty hot, sexy version of “Do You Wanna Touch Me.” While Holly’s return and her sexy (think short skirts and blunt statements) attitude towards sex education rubs some in the school wrong, Will (Matthew Morrison) is glad to see her back and it puts Will and Emma’s relationship in question.

As always with Glee there will be plenty of music. In addition to the aforementioned “Do you Wanna Touch Me”  Gwyneth and Matthew Morrison do a pretty hot tango to Prince’s “Kiss.” Also expect Glee versions of “Landslide” and “Animal.”

Gwyneth Paltrow’s return to Glee Season 2 comes at the same time as reports that she is about to sign with Atlantic Records to record an album of country music that was inspired by her movie Country Strong. Supposedly she has been in talks with several different record labels in recent months. While Paltrow has always been best known as an actress, recently her singing seems to have taken center stage. With her appearances on Glee, her duet with Cee Lo Green on the Grammys and her performance of Country Strong on the CMA’s she has been all over the place singing up a storm.

Even if she were to sign with Atlantic Records today it would be a while until the record is out so those wanting more of Gwyneth singing will have to tune in tonight at 8PM on FOX to see her in action on an all new episode of Glee Season 2.



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