January 29, 2011 14:41

Glee creator Ryan Murphy snubs Eminem

'Lose Yourself' proves too costly for musical series

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Glee creator Ryan Murphy has snubbed plans to use a track by Eminem for the show after the rapper's record label demanded $200,000 (£126,000).

The musical series was set to feature the 2002 chart topper 'Lose Yourself' but the song was pulled after Aftermath Entertainment demanded a huge fee for the rights.

"We couldn't do it because the episode would've been so over budget," Murphy told the Hollywoodreporter.com.

The snub comes after the Glee creator got into a spat with Kings Of Leon earlier this week after the band refused to let the show feature 'Use Somebody' in one of the musical's episodes.

Slash also turned down an offer from the show which prompted a tongue lashing from Murphy.

Eminem meanwhile is set to feature on Dr Dre's forthcoming single 'I Need A Doctor'.

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