Lindsay Lohan On 'Glee:' Actress Officially Joins Fox Drama

Lindsay Lohan Is Officially 'Glee'-Bound

Lindsay Lohan is officially Gleeking out, despite her previous issues with the show.

The actress' rep Steve Honig has confirmed to People magazine that she will be guest starring on this season of Fox's hit "Glee."

Though there is no confirmation on what role Lohan will play, rumor has it she will appear as herself as a celebrity judge at the glee club Nationals competition. Lohan joins other upcoming "Glee" guest stars for Season 3, including Whoopi Goldberg, "White Collar" star Matt Bomer and Gloria Estefan.

Lohan's McKinley High stint won't be her first recent television appearance. The actress made her attempted comeback hosting "Saturday Night Live" at the beginning of the month, where she poked fun at her criminal record in her opening monologue.

But will similar jokes get the green light on the Fox musical dramedy? It depends on Lohan's willingness to accept a second apology. On one late 2010 episode, in which Gwyneth Paltrow played Spanish teacher Holly Holliday, she quizzed the class on pop culture in Spanish: "Lindsey [sic] Lohan is totally crazy, right?" ... "How many times has Lindsay Lohan been to rehab?" Lohan's mother and long-time manager Dina was not pleased, but the actress herself reportedly accepted an apology from the New Directions during a chance run-in.

Not long after, however, in "Glee's" 2011 Super Bowl episode, guest star Katie Couric joked that Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) beat out Dina Lohan and her fictional dog, Sparky Lohan for the "Loser of the Year" award, which had Dina upset again.

Is Lindsay's guest spot finally going to be a truce in the "Glee" versus Lohan family feud?

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