Jane Lynch: Miley won't get laid

Jane Lynch thinks Miley Cyrus' erratic behaviour is enough to put people off her.

Jane Lynch thinks no one will ever want to sleep with Miley Cyrus again.

The American actress plays cheerleading coach and high school principal Sue Sylvester in the hit TV show Glee.

In an upcoming episode dedicated to Miley Cyrus titled The End of Twerk, the show explores the bizarre behaviour of the 20-year-old pop star.

Giving a hint at what viewers can expect from the programme, Jane shared her views on Miley’s antics.

“Ryan Murphy, the creator and the driver of our show, loves hopping out of the sessions of pop culture and that’s what this one is about. Miley Cyrus twerking on the MTV Awards with her tongue out, and every time you see a picture of her she’s got her tongue out – I bet no one will ever sleep with that girl, ever again. She’s ruined it for herself,” she deadpanned to Australian radio DJs Kyle and Jackie O.

“But we deal with this dance craze and twerking and of course, kind of like the musical Footloose, my character has a BIG problem with twerking and wants to stop this crazy dance craze.”

Jane’s acting career has earned her a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. While she is thrilled about her work being recognised, the 53-year-old actress is baffled by the big name next to hers on the pavement.

“Yes I have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and it was a surreal experience. I still can’t believe it’s there – I haven’t been back to look at it. I’m quite sure they’ve dug it up and taken it out and put the real person’s star down,” she laughed.

“I’ll give you evidence how they don’t move them around. The guy I’m next door to, the star I’m next door to, is a guy from the ‘20s, but I forget his name. Ralph… or something like that, and underneath it instead of saying actor, director or whatever it says, [it says] contralto. A contralto was a big enough star back in the ’20s to have a star in the Walk of Fame. It’s weird for a guy to be a contralto, [it’s a] low-voiced alto, and an alto is a female singing part… unless I’m misreading it and it’s really a woman’s name.”
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Wednesday, 13. November 2013