Glee Season 5 Spoilers: Demi Lovato Is Happy To Play Naya Riveria's Lesbian Lover
By Staff Writer | September 04, 2013 02:58 PM EDT
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Demi Lovato thinks it is "pretty awesome" that she gets to play the lesbian lover of Santana (Naya Rivera) in season 5 of "Glee."
Appearing on the "Live with Kelly and Michael" show on Tuesday, Lovato explained how "Glee" creator Ryan Murphy contacted her before her trip to Africa.
"The day before I left for Africa I had the day off and I was going to pack and get all my errands done, and then my manager called and said [Ryan] Murphy wants to meet with you. It was so close because had I left one day after I wouldn't have gotten to meet Ryan, and they started shooting two days after I got back," said Lovato. ""So while I was in Africa, contracts were signed and deals were done, and then I land and I go straight to work."
Lovato claims to have a lot of friends on the "Glee" set so adjusting to her role came easy.
"It was awesome. I've met Ryan before, he's amazing and the cast is amazing," said Lovato. "I've been friends with some of the cast members for a long time now, so it's pretty awesome to get to work with my friends."
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