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Lady GaGa Poised to Guest Star on 'Modern Family'

April 7, 2011 (6:58 am) GMT
Jesse Tyler Ferguson claims the Grammy-winning singer is interested to land a role on the TV series, but they are struggling to find a way to incorporate her into the show.

has once appeared on "" and is apparently planning to invade another TV show. revealed when appearing on "Live with Regis and Kelly" that the dance queen has expressed interest to guest star on his starring series "".

"She reached out and she wanted to do something with the show. But how do you incorporate Lady GaGa into 'Modern Family'?" Ferguson said. Thunderstruck by the possibility, who is a fan of the Mother Monster shared her idea of a possible plot for GaGa. "You're dreaming of Lady GaGa!. I'm going to write this for you right now. You're having the Lady GaGa dream again," she said.

Though GaGa would not appear on "Modern Family" in physique, Ferguson spilled that the "Alejandro" songstress will somehow be included in plotline of an upcoming episode. "We actually are doing Lady GaGa episode where Mitchell, my character, wants to go to the Lady GaGa concert. Cameron was supposed to go with me but he's sick in bed and he's expecting me to stay home and take care of him."

Another TV series which will get a GaGa touch is "". The musical series will air an episode titled after her song "Born This Way" on April 26 when the cast will perform the song as well.



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