ABC is airing the next new episode of Ugly Betty
on Thursday, January 3, and while it won't be the much talked-about musical episode, it will feature a couple of personalities from the music industry.
To find out which artists are guest-starring in Ugly Betty
's upcoming new episode, as well as what's in store for Betty (America Ferrera
) and the rest of the show's characters, read on for spoilers.
Entitled “Zero Worship,” the episode features music celebrities Bow Wow and Omarion, and both will appear as themselves. For those who are unfamiliar with the two artists, Bow Wow (formerly Lil Bow Wow) is a 20-year-old rapper known for such singles as "Let's Get Down" and "Shortie Like Mine," while Omarion 23-year-old R&B singer who sang lead for a boy band called B2K. Both have had previous acting experience.
As for what happens in “Zero Worship,” Marc (Michael Urie
) accompanies Amanda (Becki Newton
) to a psychic, who she hopes will give her some insight into the identity of her real father. Meanwhile, Wilhelmina (Vanessa Williams
) receives some unexpected news regarding her plans for the Meade dynasty.
Also, Justin (Mark Indelicato
) and his classmates pay a visit to Mode. Betty, disturbed by the message Mode is sending to Justin and his schoolmates, persuades Daniel (Eric Mabius
) to use “real” models during fashion week.
In promo pictures posted on Spoiler TV, it is revealed just who Daniel ends up using as a model for fashion week, and it's none other than Betty herself! As she works the runway proudly, Omarion and Bow Wow perform.
Some of the screen shots also show Betty and Bow Wow in an elevator, and judging by their reactions, it seems they are stuck in the metal box.
Other guest stars in this Ugly Betty
installment include David Blue as Cliff, Derek Riddell as Stuart, Alec Mapa as Suzuki St. Pierre, Wendy Benson as Veronica, Juliette Goglia as Hillary, Annie Potts as Linda, Carol Ann Susi as Mrs. Geleano, Elizabeth McLaughlin as Lindsay, Hannah Marks as Taylor and Rob Brownstein as Dr. Weiss.
"Zero Worship" was written by Dawn DeKeyser and directed by Ron Underwood.
-Lisa Claustro, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: ABC, SpoilerTV
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