'Glee' Cast Will Perform At White House Easter Egg Roll

First lady Michelle Obama invited the cast of the hit Fox show to the event on April 5.

The cast of "Glee" won't be returning to your television sets until April 13, but they aren't exactly on vacation. According to EW.com, first lady Michelle Obama has invited the cast of the hit Fox comedy to perform at the White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday, April 5.

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The cast, which includes breakout stars like Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Matthew Morrison, will definitely be on hand to entertain the first family as they scour the White House lawn for hidden Easter eggs. According to reports, the show's producers made sure to reschedule any shoots so that the cast would be free to perform at the event.

It won't be the first time Sasha and Malia Obama have enjoyed having their favorite artists appear at the White House. Last January, the first daughters got the chance to hang with the Jonas Brothers during a post-inauguration scavenger hunt. While their parents danced the night away at various inaugural balls, the girls had a movie night that ended with the surprise of a lifetime.

After they took in the movies, the girls made their way around the house, guessing the answers to trivia questions posed during the scavenger hunt. When they got to the final door, they opened it up to reveal their prize: the Jonas Brothers, which has to be one of the best scavenger-hunt prizes ever. The JoBros just happen to be young Sasha and Malia's favorite band.