Toby Keith Song to Be Featured on Glee?

“Red Solo Cup” could get the Glee treatment.

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Toby Keith’s recent ode to plastic drink holders, “Red Solo Cup,” could possibly get the Glee treatment, according to Rolling Stone.

During a Los Angeles press event marking Glee's 300th musical performance, the hit Fox series’ creator, Ryan Murphy, revealed that the song had made it to the Glee writers’ room. Though dozens of songs have been covered throughout the show’s three seasons, the only country songs to get a makeover from Glee’s youthful musical cast (thus far) include Carrie Underwood’s “Last Name” and Lady Antebellum’s “Need You Now.”

Meanwhile, the video for “Red Solo Cup,” which features Joe Nichols, comedian Carrot Top, NBA great Larry Bird and a host of others, has surpassed 1.2 million views on YouTube.

Watch the video for “Red Solo Cup.”

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