New York: American animated television series “The Simpsons” is set to have guest voices of a number of stars on the show’s 22nd season.
According to IGN, celebrities like Lea Michele, Hugh Laurie, Halle Berry, Ricky Gervais, Daniel Radcliffe, Paul Rudd, Jon Hamm, Martha Stewart and Mark Zuckerberg will be making an appearance, the New York Post reported.
The season premiere, ‘Elementary School Musical’, will show Lisa Simpson being sent to a performing arts camp where she meets a couple of artsy counsellors.
Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie of ‘Flight of the Conchords’ will be the voices for the counsellors, while ‘Glee’ stars Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Amber Riley will be the voices for a group of fellow musically inclined campers.
Hugh Laurie, star of ‘House’, and Daniel Radcliffe, will also be lending their voice talents to the show for its annual ‘Treehouse of Horror’ Halloween episode.
Jon Hamm will be appearing later in the season as an FBI supervisor, while Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg, baseball legend Mike Scioscia and sports writer Bill James will all be voices in the episode ‘MoneyBart’.
Martha Stewart will also be featured in the show’s holiday episode ‘The Fight Before Christmas’.
Other guest stars include, Kristen Wiig, Rachel Weisz, Alyson Hannigan, comedy duo Cheech & Chong, NASCAR’s Danica Patrick and former NBA star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Joe Mantegna has also been confirmed to return as series favourite Fat Tony.