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Pippa Middleton gets Glee mention

2011-05-27 06:43
Los Angeles - Pippa Middleton is being lined up for a Glee tribute.

The gorgeous younger sister of Britain's Catherine, duchess of Cambridge gets a mention in the series two finale of the musical comedy TV show with character Kurt Hummel planning to write a Broadway musical called Pip, Pip, Hooray, based on her and show bosses are currently deciding whether the musical will get its own episode next season.

In the episode, Blaine Anderson and Kurt are talking to Sam Evans about their plans for the summer when Blaine says: "We're on our way to get some sheet music. Tomorrow is my audition for the summer show at six flags."

Kurt adds: "Whereas I'm spending my summer composing Pip, Pip, Hooray, the Broadway musical about Pippa Middleton."

Meanwhile,  Pippa has beaten her sister Catherine in a new style poll.

Pippa stole the show at the wedding of the Duchess of Cambridge to Prince William last month and according to website mycelebrityfashion.co.uk, she is the most searched for celebrity fending off competition from celebrities including Catherine and Cheryl Cole.

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