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Jane Lynch Shows Off Rap Skills On 'Conan' With Nicki Minaj's 'Super Bass' (VIDEO)

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Jane Lynch showed off another skill -- there is apparently nothing that she can't do, as SheWired pointed out -- during her appearance this week on "Conan." The "Glee" star has performed a few times on the show, but she hasn't yet had the chance to break into a rap solo. It came about when she was talking about the "celeb city" that is Elton John's Oscars party.

She talked about seeing Nicki Minaj there, and then said that she got to perform Minaj's "Super Bass" on "Glee." After having spent hours learning the song, it was no wonder that she has it committed to memory. And she didn't hesitate to lay down some rhymes for Conan and his audience.

The audience reaction was so enthusiastic, they almost started drowning out Lynch's flow as she progressed. The first time the "Glee" cast tackled Minaj was way back in February 2012. At the time, Minaj tweeted that she was honored. Now that Minaj is part of the Fox family as a judge on "American Idol," it makes sense that she'd be even more receptive to the New Directions tackling her music.

Look for Jane Lynch's lyrical flow on "Glee," Thursdays at 9 p.m. EST on Fox. "Conan" airs every weeknight at 11 p.m. EST on TBS.

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