'Glee' Cast to Perform at White House

The kids from the hit Fox series receive a very special Easter invite from the First Lady -- what will they sing?

Last time we saw the Glee kids, they had ambushed their cutthroat competition to win top prize at glee-club sectionals. Soon, they’ll be singing for a far more prestigious occasion: a real-life gig at the White House.

First Lady Michelle Obama has invited the cast of Glee to sing at the traditional White House Easter Egg Roll on April 5, according to EW.com -- and naturally, the producers of the Fox hit series are trying to bend over backwards to accommodate the Presidential request.

Reportedly, Sasha Obama, 8, and Malia Obama, 11, are big Glee fans (or “Gleeks”) and, given the girls’ well-documented love of High School Musical and The Jonas Brothers, we wouldn’t be at all surprised if the upcoming concert was their idea. If those rumors are true, the First Kids are certainly lucky their mom is in the unique position to turn such a fabulous Easter wish into a reality!

We wonder if the cast will stick to beloved hits (like their fan-favorite rendition of Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing”) or take a crack at an Obama family favorite like “At Last” (sung to the first couple by Beyonce at an inaugural ball last year).

The second season of Glee begins on April 13.

Plus: It's Molly Shannon vs. Sue Sylvester on Glee This Spring!


What do you think the Glee kids should sing at the White House? Chime in below!

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