Billboard Bits: 'Glee' Extra Fired For Tweeting Spoilers, Chiddy To Attempt Nine-Hour Rap
Billboard Bits: 'Glee' Extra Fired For Tweeting Spoilers, Chiddy To Attempt Nine-Hour Rap

Those waiting for Rebecca Black's 15 minutes of fame to run out will have to hold their breath a little longer. "Glee" is considering using a cover of Black's unlikely YouTube hit, "Friday," in an upcoming episode, a source confirms to Billboard.com.

Rebecca Black's 'Friday' Tops 100 Million YouTube Views

Rumors that "Glee" would cover Black's loved-and-hated hit were first confirmed by New York Magazine's Vulture, which reported that the Fox musical series would perform the tune in its upcoming prom-themed episode. In a twist, three of the male cast members will reportedly take on "Friday's" much-lambasted lyrics: Kevin McHale (Artie), Chord Overstreet (Sam) and Mark Salling (Puck).

Though Vulture says that "Friday" is a done deal to be featured on "Glee," our source says the show "may" use its version of the song.

Either way, Black is hardly hurting for attention. "Friday" officially crossed 100 million views on YouTube yesterday -- although it should also be noted that 2 million of those viewers clicked the dislike button as well. Black is currently working on a follow-up track to "Friday," called "LOL."

Rebecca Black Prepping 'Friday' Follow-Up, 'LOL'