Lindsay Lohan is heading to "Glee" and the cast can't wait.
"I think she's funny," Harry Shum Jr. told Access Hollywood's Billy Bush over the weekend at an Operation Smile benefit in Park City, Utah.
Lindsay will be joining the fold, playing herself, and serving as a guest judge at Nationals, more than a year-and-a-half after she was the butt of a joke on the show, uttered by Gwyneth Paltrow's substitute Spanish teacher, Holly Holiday.
"They made amends," Harry said, referring to the "Glee" creators and Lindsay, who reportedly was upset by the "Glee" jab in a 2010 episode.
Cory Monteith, who plays resident McKinley High hunk Finn Hudson, said the whole cast is already buzzing about Lindsay's scheduled appearance.
"We're super excited. She's been through it all and I'm excited she's coming to the show," Cory said.
Harry also chimed in on the recent plot twist that saw Dianna Agron's Quinn Fabray get into a car accident.
"At least that taught a lesson," Harry said of the moment, which, spoiler - lands Quinn in a wheelchair - end spoiler. "Kids - don't text and drive."
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