Lance Bass And Baz Luhrmann Make 'Glee' Pleas

'Maybe they'll have a boy-band episode one day,' former 'NSYNC member says.

It seems everyone has "Glee" fever, including onetime 'NSYNC member Lance Bass and "Moulin Rouge" director Baz Luhrmann, who are both making their cases to get involved in the show.

"I love 'Glee.' I think it's great," said Bass, who also recently weighed in on the current season of "Dancing With the Stars." "I did get to see the premiere, which I loved. Maybe they'll have a boy-band episode one day. I have no idea! [They should] go for the gusto. Go for the 'Bye Bye Bye.' "

Fellow 'NSYNC-er Joey Fatone has also been vocal about getting the band's music on the show. "I said, 'You know what? They should do an 'NSYNC one.' So I mentioned it on Twitter, and everyone is retweeting it and saying, 'That would be great!'" he recently told, showing even more enthusiasm after his pal Britney Spears made a cameo. "I love acting and I like to sing. It'd be perfect! Seriously, it's a great show. I'm a fan ... but I think my ass needs to get on that show [and] be a teacher."

It's not just boy-banders wanting to get involved with "Glee." Luhrmann, who is in the process of figuring out his next project, shared his enthusiasm to get behind the cameras and work on the show.

"I'm a great fan of 'Glee.' I spoke to [show creator] Ryan [Murphy]. I tried to find a moment to do an [episode] with him," he shared. "I'd love to do that. I think those kids are phenomenal. If I could, I'd love to [direct an episode]. I'd like to contribute to that, because I do think that is what I hoped when I tried to smash the door 10 years ago [with 'Moulin Rogue']."

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