Sarah Jessica Parker Makes Her 'Glee' Debut -- Other Celebs on the Show This Season

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Sarah Jessica Parker made a return to television on Thursday night when she starred as a editor on "Glee." How did the cast react to her? Uh, it's safe to say that Chris Colfer was more than happy to share the screen with one of his idols.

"Everyone's been asking if I'm excited to work with Carrie Bradshaw and I'm like, 'No, I'm excited to work with Sarah Sanderson from 'Hocus Pocus'! That was my movie growing up!" he told

"Glee" is never short of star power - and this season is no different. Who else is starring on the show this season?

Kate Hudson

Actress Kate Hudson has already been a prominent addition to the "Glee" cast this season. The new mom plays Rachel Berry tormentor/teacher Cassandra July on the show - and it's safe to say she's having fun.

"Doing all three - singing and dancing and acting and I love it. I just love it!" she told Access Hollywood. Will she stick around for a bunch of episodes? It's still up in the air, she said.

"I'm at the mercy of television, I guess. That's how it works - you never know when you're going to show up in an episode," she said. "We'll see where it all goes."

'Glee' Cast Amps Up their Star Power

"Glee" might showcase tons of guest stars, but the show has also turned its cast - including Lea Michele and Chris Colfer - into legitimate stars.

Michele is arguably the most famous of the "Glee" clan - and she reportedly has the ego to match. Even Hudson thinks so, according to sources.

"Kate says Lea is a nightmare. Once, during a technical delay, Lea snapped her fingers and said, 'Let's go. I have plans!'" a source told US Weekly, adding that she thinks the former Broadway star is a total "diva."

Whether it's true or not, you know you've made it in Hollywood when you're accused of being a big ole 'B.'

Michele told Allure that she doesn't care so much if she's called a diva.

"See, I came from the theater world, where the word 'diva' was awesome. But it's different in Los Angeles," she said.

"And this all happened to me so quickly. But I came to L.A., and the first audition I went on was for 'Glee.' And I was on the show two months later and had a very different life."

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