By Tim Stack
Updated March 30, 2010 at 07:00 PM EDT
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How many of you Gleeks have imagined yourself singing opposite Glee‘s Lea Michele or Cory Monteith or Matthew Morrison? Well, that Gleeky dream could soon become a reality. EW has the exclusive news that Glee producers are beginning a nationwide casting call today for performers between the ages of 16 and 26 to be featured in season two of Fox’s hit series. Beginning today, those interested can go to this MySpace page and upload audition videos through April 26. The videos should explain why you want to be on Glee and feature a performance of one of Glee‘s hit tracks, like “True Colors,” “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” and “Lean on Me.” Performances can either be a cappella or with a single instrument via My Space karaoke. Videos should be only five minutes in length (one-minute intro, four-minute performance) and are limited to one per person.

Excited yet? Here’s Mr. Schuester himself, Matthew Morrison, to explain more in the video embedded after the jump…

What do you think PopWatchers? Will you submit an audition? What song will you do?

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