"Glee" Star Talks About the Show's Re-Creation of "Thriller"

By David Chiu
|  Saturday, Jan 29, 2011  |  Updated 7:44 AM CDT
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Dianna Agron attends the Audi Golden Globes Celebration with Nominee Anna Paquin at the Sunset Tower Hotel on January 10, 2010 in West Hollywood, California.

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It’ll be a night of pigskin and zombies--the latter courtesy of Glee.

The hit FOX show will air an episode following the Super Bowl that will feature a re-creation of the legendary "Thriller" video by Michael Jackson.

One of "Glee"s’ stars, Dianna Agron, who plays cheerleader Quinn Fabray, told Parade magazine that the upcoming epsiode is "big."

“There are really big dance numbers and pyrotechnics and zombies and fog,” she said. “And a lot of Jane Lynch, which is always good."

Agron also said that the "Glee" version of "Thriller" will be different than the original Jackson video. Not that it would have been wrong, but our choreographer is so talented. He came up with something so fun and we're zombies and there is blood and Victorian hair. I'm wearing this big, red vintage tulle prom dress."

Filming "Thriller" for the "Glee" cast took place outside in the cold, but Agron added: we're doing this dance so we're hot. Sometimes night shoots can be really cold. So we were like, 'This is awesome. We can keep doing this forever.' The dance is so fun."

In addition to "Glee," Agron is also starring in the new film "I Am Number 4."

Selected Reading: Parade

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