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Jane Lynch: Guest Starring on 'iCarly'!

Jane Lynch: Guest Starring on 'iCarly'!

Glee‘s Jane Lynch has landed a guest role on Nickelodeon’s hit show, iCarly!

The 49-year-old Glee actress will play the never-before-seen mother of Sam (Jennette McCurdy), EW reports.

Jane‘s episode will be taped next week and air during the show’s third season!

Jane‘s stepdaughter is a big fan of the show – EW notes that Jane even referenced it in her wedding vows!

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  • Samseesstars

    Awesome! I don’t watch the show but my sister does!
    hopefully it will be hilarious (:

  • ok

    Perfect casting.

  • asdfg

    jane’s perfect for the role! looking forward to it :)

  • http://h Kaz

    Ugly just style hair nice

  • samr

    omg omg omg can’t wait!!!

  • answerscool

    That is perfect.

  • Dayana

    looks good….

  • Negrah Woods

    Jane Lynch is “married” to a woman.

  • …huh

    @Negrah Woods: We know ?

  • Jason

    She looks frikkin amazing for 49!

  • Jona

    Jane Lynch is hysterical, beautiful and talented <3 love her so much.

  • kittycat

    YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! EPIC!!!!

  • Peace and Love, people!!!

    Stop hating, people!

    I mean….

    how can you not love this woman? She’s amazing…. everything she ever does is practically perfect in every way. And casting her as Sam’s mom?! PURE GENIUS. No one could do it better.

    And yes, she’s married to a woman. Good for them! It’s none of your business to get in the way of others’ being happy and fulfilled. If you don’t like gay marriage, don’t get one! Simple as that. But don’t get in the way of their freedom and pursuit of happiness. Live your life, not everyone else’s. Love your neighbor like you Christians are supposed to do (although I would argue that much of the religion is a gross perversion of the teachings of Jesus and not very true to them, though that’s another conversation) and stop with all this thinly veiled hatred and aggression.