Now that Kate Hudson's partner Matt Bellamy of Muse is finished monopolizing the limelight with his band's Olympic theme song, "Survival," Hudson is back in the headlines, this time as the next celebrity to show her moves on the season four premiere of Glee — a performance that producer Ryan Murphy has already been teasing on Twitter (see below).

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In 2009, Hudson, 33, indulged her dance moves in 2009's Rob Marshall-directed Nine, starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard, Penelope Cruz, Nicole Kidman, Judi Dench and Sophia Loren, and now she will play Rachel's dance (Lea Michele) teacher, Cassandra July, in her New York performing arts school.

"She's hard-ass," reveals Glee co-creator Brad Falchuk of Hudson's character, reports Entertainment Weekly. "And she has her own demons. She works by negative."

Hudson, who is generally known for playing more distinctively sweet roles, has signed on for at least six episodes of the new Glee season. Sarah Jessica Parker will join Hudson in her own guest stint beginning in the third episode. In other news, get ready for some Adele, some Carly Rae Jepsen, and possibly a cover of the brand spankin' new Taylor Swift single, "We're Never Ever Getting Back Together," hinted Murphy, who famously loves to tease big Glee secrets.

"Taylor Swift's new single is fantastically catchy," Murphy suggestively tweeted. "And Taylor-made for GLEE, don't you think, Gleeks?"

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