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|Sr. Mary Constance|
|Occupation(s):||Former Exotic Dancer, Nun, Regionals Judge|
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|First appearance:||Original Song|
|Last appearance:||Original Song|
Mary Constance is a minor character in Glee who makes her first and last appearance in the episode Original Song. She is a former exotic dancer turned nun and is one of three judges at the 2011 Western Ohio Glee Club Regional Championships. She is portrayed by actress Loretta Devine.
Mary Constance is a Regionals judge along with Rod Remington and Tammy Jean Albertson in Original Song. During the competition, Aural Intensity sings Jesus is My Friend in an attempt to appeal to Mary because she is religious. But, she thinks the performance was "pandering". She preferred Dalton Academy's performance of Candles, stating, "I like the duet that the two boys from Dalton sang." However, Tammy Jean Albertson opposes her saying that "gay is not okay". Rod Remington points out New Directions' original songs and swings the vote in their favor.
- She only joined the convent for a place to live.
- She hates being "pandered" and admits to disliking it even when she was a stripper.
For a nun I'm pretty liberal, but I'm barely a nun. In fact I just joined because I needed a place to live.
The convent is the one place I knew I could stay off the pole.
That Dalton Academy, is that a gay school or just a school that appears gay?
I didn't even like to be pandered to when I was a stripper!