Glee guest Hudson 'keeping distance' from star Lea




Kate Hudson reportedly finds Lea Michele a “nightmare” on the ‘Glee’ set.

The ‘Almost Famous’ actress is shooting a six-episode arc on the show and while she loves hanging out with the rest of the cast, insiders claim she finds Lea trying.

A source told Us Weekly: "Kate says Lea is a nightmare. Once, during a technical delay, Lea snapped her fingers and said, 'Let's go. I have plans!' Kate's keeping her distance."

However, Lea insists she and Kate have a great relationship. A representative said: "Lea has had a great time with Kate."

Other guest stars this season include Sarah Jessica Parker after network Fox vowed the show - which experienced a drop in ratings last season - is "poised for a creative renaissance" when it returns in a

new Thursday night slot later in the year.

Fox's entertainment president Kevin Reilly explained ‘Glee’ will become a "show within a show" following some of the McKinley High graduates as they attend a New York performing arts school, as well as introducing "some new faces" at the main Ohio educational establishment.

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