Whoopi Goldberg is moonlighting in primetime: "The View" co-host will guest star on "Glee" in May, portraying a New York performing arts school professor who travels to Ohio to audition star wannabes Kurt and Rachel.
A "Glee" rep confirms to TheWrap that Goldberg's stint will span multiple episodes. She'll portray Carmen Tibideaux, a theater world insider and New York Academy of the Dramatic Arts professor who personally makes the trek to McKinley High to oversee the auditions of Chris Colfer's Kurt and Lea Michele's Rachel.
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Goldberg's first episode is scheduled for May 1. The Fox series' third season finale is scheduled for May 22. TVLine.com first reported Goldberg's "Glee" appearance.
Meanwhile, the actress will also guest star in the May 2 episode of "The Middle" on ABC, where she'll play the high school guidance counselor for sweet, dorky teen Sue (Eden Sher).
Goldberg is also directing, producing and starring in the documentary "I Got Somethin' to Tell You," about comedienne Moms Mabley.