Hall is reaching out to producer Ryan Murphy via "I Wanna Be on Glee!," his video that can be found on his YouTube channel. In his pitch, he tells Murphy to consider him as "the token black boy" for the hit series. He apologizes for missing the Myspace auditions, but makes up for hit with his original song, front aerials and crew of backup dancers.
"Glee" has already focused an episode on Bieber, covering his songs, "Baby" and "Somebody to Love," and recently covered Black's "Friday" in the "Prom Queen" episode. Can YouTube be the road to McKinley High?
To check out Todrick Hall's video, look below: