While appearing in Desperate Housewives in the USA, Barrowman has also revealed that he is in talks to appear in Glee.
“I absolutely love the show. What would I play in it? I’m not sure what kind of character I’d like to play, maybe I could be a teacher, you know, another teacher who comes in and helps out.
“That’s me just kind of brainstorming, but the fact that they want to have a meeting with me is really quite nice in itself, it’s so exciting!”
Meanwhile, if you’ve been wondering how Barrowman manages to retain his dashing good looks, there’s more to it than the self confessed botox around the eyes – John Barrowman is a heavy user of hair dye!
‘My hair’s only still the same colour because of the bottle,’.
‘I’m completely white. Scott and I tested it out a couple of years back.”
Fans of John Barrowman “the presenter” will be glad to know that the star is set to return to Saturday nights on BBC One later this year with a second series of Tonight’s the Night, in which John makes dreams come true for lucky viewers.
â€œI am just thrilled that Tonightâ€™s The Night is coming back to Saturday nights on BBC One,â€ theÂ Captain Jack actorÂ said. â€œOnce again I canâ€™t wait to make the nationâ€™s performance dreams come true.â€
The new format for the show will see it include the Saturday National Lottery Lotto, Dream Number and Thunderball draws/
Finally, panto fans will be happy to know thatÂ John Barrowman is already booked up for the 2010 season – he’s set to star with The Krankies in Aladdin at Glasgow’s SECC Clyde Auditorium from Saturday 11th December 2010 to Sunday 9th January 2011.