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Image Credit: Sylvain Gaboury/PR Photos; Patrick Ecclesine/Fox Record 20905008Elton John, the future Mr. Sue Sylvester? Oh please, TV gods, make this dream come true: Matthew Morrison is pushing for Sir Elton to guest-star on Glee, and he told People that “he should maybe play [Sue’s] boyfriend or some kind of love interest for her.” Preach on, Mr. Schue!

It will be tough for any guest star in the near future to compete with Gwyneth Paltrow’s turn on the show, but if anyone can out-dazzle someone else, it’s Elton John, no? More importantly, I actually want to see Sue in some kind of decent (even if it’s strange) romantic relationship. So far we’ve seen her get her heart broken, break a heart or two herself, and possibly rape Figgins — a track(suit) record that would make even Carrie Bradshaw weep.

Do you want to see Elton John on Glee, PopWatchers? And what song would you want to hear him sing?

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The fourth season of Glee was full of ups and downs, but one consistent bright spot was Lea Michele's Rachel Berry, who stretched her wings…
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Jane Lynch, Lea Michele, and high school anxiety star in Fox's campy musical.

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