Jane Lynch will return to Glee this fall (“My character has been fired, but I don’t think Jane Lynch has been fired,” she says), but in the meantime, she’s keeping busy. She’s doing eight shows a week on Broadway as Annie‘s Miss Hannigan through July 14. (Her pre-show ritual? Besides nervous burping, she heads to the conductor’s dressing room and they sing “Little Girls” on his Casio, “just for fun.”) She’s serving as the face of belVita Breakfast Biscuits. (Her favorite flavor? Blueberry). And she’s hosting NBC’s Hollywood Game Night, premiering July 14, which has stars playing variations of games like Charades and Name That Tune. The most competitive celebrity? “Matthew Perry was the most angry, I think,” she reports, laughing. “He did not do well, and he was funny and self-deprecating. Martin Short was hilarious and off-the-wall. We have a live house band, and they were right behind him. Every time they would play, he would fall on to the floor. Rose Byrne was very aggressive. It’s the cute young girls with the pretty faces, and they become little monsters. Ellie Kemper, she was awful and very sweet, all at the same time.”
Now that she’s ratted them out, it’s only fair that Lynch reveals a few of her own secrets in our EW Pop Culture Personality Test. Watch it below.