By Leslie Albrecht
UPPER WEST SIDE — The TV show that unleashed Gwyneth Paltrow singing Cee-Lo's "F--- You" on the world is coming to the Upper West Side.
FOX's hit "Glee" will be filming its second season finale at Lincoln Center, according to the New York Post's Page Six.
A spokeswoman for Lincoln Center had no comment.
The episode will reportedly follow Glee's musically-talented kids and their dreamboat teacher, played by Matthew Morrison, as they compete in a national singing competition at Lincoln Center. It's set to air on May 24.
The show usually films at Paramount Studios in Hollywood, but Glee has connections to the Big Apple.
The Glee cast performed at Radio City Music Hall last year, and actress Lea Michele, who plays high-strung over-achiever Rachel, lent her image to a campaign against horse-drawn carriages in Central Park.
Glee stars were slated to perform the Journey hit "Don't Stop Believin'" in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in 2009. But NBC, which broadcasts the parade, pulled the plug on the performance because it would have promoted a show on rival network FOX.