*”Real Housewives of Atlanta” standout NeNe Leakes made her debut on “Glee” last night, and the show did not “water” down her NeNe-ness one bit.
The reality star played McKinley High swimming coach Roz Washington, a proud Olympic medalist who has no time for “trouty mouth” children testing her patience.
“Sam Evans, I’m coach Roz Washington, and you are one strange looking kid. I’ve never seen lips like that on a white child,” she said. [Watch the clip below.]
After her appearance aired, NeNe tweeted her fans: “Thanks u all who r tuning n2 Glee & Thanks so much 2 every1 that has tweeted & texted me well wishes! I’m overwhelm wit happiness.”
Leakes also tweeted that her next appearance on “Glee” will air on Feb. 7.
Meanwhile, “Glee’s” all-Michael Jackson episode will air on Tuesday (Jan. 31). View pics from the episode below the NeNe clip.
Blaine and Santana will lead New Directions' version of "Bad," in which the McKinley High club goes head-to-head with Sebastian and the Dalton Academy Warblers in what looks like a re-enactment of Jackson's classic music video.
Naya Rivera's Santana will face-off with Grant Gustin's Sebastian in the Jackson tribute hour when the duo perform "Smooth Criminal."
A plethora of duets are slated to be part of the Jackson hour, with Artie and Mike teaming for "Scream," and Mercedes and Sam pairing (awwww) on "Human Nature"/"Nature Boy" -- a mashup of Jackson and the Nat King Cole classic.
Darren Criss' Blaine is set to cover Jackson's "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' "
Kevin McHale, Dianna Agron, Chord Overstreet, Jenna Ushkowitz, Chris Colfer, Darren Criss, Heather Morris, Harry Shum Jr., Naya Rivera, Lea Michele, Damian McGinty and Cory Monteith perform "Black or White" in the Jan. 31 Michael Jackson tribute episode.