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“Glee” star Matthew Morrison doesn’t want a Britney episode

HollywoodNews.com: Not everyone is a fan of Britney Spears.

Namely, star of “Glee” Matthew Morrison is not on board with the idea of an all-Britney musical episode. Maybe it’s because he’s a talented Broadway actor who can’t image singing “Baby One More Time.” Although he did rap “Ice Ice Baby” last week, so his standards can’t be that high.

After the wild success of the all-Madonna episode and the buzz surrounding the Lady Gaga episode coming this season, it seemed only fitting that Britney Spears would be considered for an episode.

Morrison told US Weekly that he wasn’t interested in spending time of the princess of pop’s music.

“That’s a rumor her manager started. I hope our show doesn’t go along that route,” he told the publication.

Spears’ manager, Adam Leber, suggested the idea on Twitter, and the creator of “Glee,” Ryan Murphy, admitted that he was considering the idea.

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