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OTRC: Aisha Tyler to appear on 'Glee' - check out more season 4 spoilers

Aisha Tyler appears in a publicity photo for the CBS show 'The Talk.' / L-R: Mercedes (Amber Riley), Sam (Chord Overstreet), Jake (Jacob Artist), Marley (Melissa Benoist) and Unique (Alex Newell) perform in the 'The Role You Were Born to Play' episode of 'Glee,' airing on Nov. 8, 2012. (James White / CBS / Mike Yarish / FOX)

"Glee" is getting yet another guest star - this time, it's Aisha Tyler.

Warning: Spoiler alert!

According to TVLine, the 42-year-old actress, comedienne and co-host of the CBS daytime series "The Talk" is set to play the mother of rebellious glee club member Jake Puckerman, Noah Puckerman's half brother, played by Jacob Artist.

Reps for Tyler and production company FOX had no immediate comment about the report. TVLine said she is currently shooting her "Glee" episode. It is unclear when it will air and if she is set to appear on more than one show.

The actress is known for her role as Lana Kane on the FX animated series "Archer." She also played Charlie Wheeler on the NBC sitcom "Friends," Marianne Taylor on the FOX spy series "24" and Andrea Marino on the CBS show "Ghost Whisperer." She and made her debut on the panel of "The Talk" in 2011.

Tyler has recently been keeping busy campaigning for President Barack Obama. She Tweeted on November 4: "In OH campaigning for the POTUS! So happy to be an American, so grateful to be a volunteer, so desperate for a cup of coffee."

"Glee" is currently on its fourth season and has already featured prominent guest stars such as Kate Hudson, who plays Rachel's tough dance instructor in New York, and Sarah Jessica Parker, who plays a Vogue.com editor and Kurt's new boss.

The show is currently on hiatus. A new episode is set to air on Thursday, November 8 and, according to the show's official Facebook page, will also see the return of some familiar faces - high school alumni Mercedes, played by Amber Riley, and Mike Chang, played by Harry Shum, who help Finn (Cory Monteith) as he assumed the position of the new director of New Directions.

"Glee" is also set to soon pay tribute to the hit musical "Grease" (listen to a sneak peek clip of Darren Criss singing "Hopelessly Devoted To You" as well as the cast's cover of "Summer Nights") and also tackle viral video sensation Psy and his hit song "Gangnam Style."

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