Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Santigold, Clay Aiken & Aaron Rodgers to make cameos on 'The Office'

This Thursday, Philadelphia born singer Santigold makes her sitcom debut alongside music bud Clay Aiken and NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Santigold, Clay Aiken & Aaron Rodgers to make cameos on ‘The Office’

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Photo taken via Twitter showing Clay Aiken (left), Santigold, Aaron Rodgers and actor Ed Helms (right) on the set of this week´s "Office" episode.
Photo taken via Twitter showing Clay Aiken (left), Santigold, Aaron Rodgers and actor Ed Helms (right) on the set of this week's "Office" episode.

This Thursday, Philadelphia born singer Santigold makes her sitcom debut alongside music bud Clay Aiken and NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

This week’s Office plot focuses on hiring an A.A.R.M. (Assistant to the Assistant Regional Manager) in which candidates are put through an American Idol-like audition in a show titled “The Next Great A Cappella Sensation.”

The episode airs this Thursday, May 9 at 9 p.m. on NBC. This will mark the series second-to-last episode before the finale on May 16. Watch a preview in the promo clip below.

 [Pitchfork]

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