VIDEO: Heather Morris, Sofia Vergara in 'Nuthin' But a Glee Thang' Parody
5:07 PM PST 1/11/2011 by Annie Yuan
The "Funny or Die" clip also features appearances from other "Glee" cast members.
Spoof generator Funny or Die has released its take on Fox's hit comedy Glee: the new rap video, "Nuthin' But a Glee Thang," featuring Glee's Heather Morris and Modern Family's Sofia Vergara.
The skit begins with an argument between Morris, Vergara and two girlfriends over who the best Glee cast member is. Although the tracksuit-clad Vergara insists Jane Lynch trumps everyone else (perhaps a reference to her Family castmate Ed O'Neill's misquoted comments about the Golden Globe nominee), she confesses to the camera that she really Gleeks out over a different actress.
"Heather is my favorite," Vergara admits. "I just don't want her to know because I don't want her to think that I'm just a crazy fan that doesn't know the difference between TV and reality."
The four Gleeks then launch into a raunchy rap song set to the backing track of Dr. Dre's "Nuthin' But a G Thang." The performance features cameos by Glee actors Matthew Morrison, Cory Monteith, Harry Shum Jr. and Naya Rivera.
Morris, who co-wrote the lyrics, brought the concept for the video to producer David Bernard last May. Bernard came up with the idea to bring Vergara on board as a closet Morris fan.
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