Gwyneth Paltrow has hinted that she will need a lot of persuading to appear in another series of Glee.
The Hollywood star wowed fans of the all-singing, all-dancing TV series in her cameo role as supply teacher Holly Holliday.
She told The Sun: "It's the best job I ever had but I don't know if I should go back.
"They'll have to twist my arm first."
The Oscar-winner, 38, speaking at the ITunes festival, featured in several episodes of the US show and joined the cast at their live gig at the 02 in London recently.
Glee first aired in the UK in 2009 and became E4's biggest hit with more than two million viewers, winning four Emmy awards.
The first two series of the US musical drama were shown on digital channel E4. The next instalment will be screened on Sky from this autumn after Channel 4 walked away from negotiations on the rights to broadcast the show last month.