For all of those concerned that Adam Lambert’s arc on “Glee” was going to be a quick one, there is no real reason to worry about that just yet. We already know for sure that he will be around in the first episode back from hiatus in “Frenemies,” and based on the newest scoop coming out today, it also looks like he is going to be a part of one of the episodes that follows that … though most likely “Trio” the following week, given that the name itself suggests that something crazy could happen with Pamela Lansbury.
We’re not even going to try to get into what Adam could be singing on his fourth appearance on the show following “A Katy or a Gaga,” “Puppet Masters,” and the aforementioned winter premiere (mostly because information this far in advance may not be fully accurate), but it is at least looking like one song he will be performing is alongside Lea Michele. In a new post on Twitter, the actress behind Rachel Berry confirmed the news with the following message:
“Back to #Glee today! Dance rehearsal w/ the amazing @adamlambert! Getting to sing one of my all time favorite female rock songs with him!”
Given the vocal range of these two, this could be AMAZING. Plus, Adam and Lea have yet to do a duet, and if this ends up being a song for just the two of them, it could go down as a favorite.
If Demi Lovato also ends up appearing in this episode as Dani, it means that this could mark her fifth appearance on the show. While the length of Adam’s stay was never defined, early casting intel said that Demi was only going to be around for six episodes, and that makes even more sense given that she will be spending part of next year on tour. Both of these guest characters do need to get an opportunity to tell their stories a little bit faster, since we don’t want them to eventually leave before we actually feel like something has happened for them.
What song do you want to see the two perform? Share your theories below! Also, click here for some more scoop on the upcoming 100th episode, including some of the great people who will be stopping by to perform.