Glee >> Full Performance of “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go”

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Video >> Performances From “Glee, Actually”

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Music Review >> Glee Cast – ‘Glee: The Music Presents Glease’

Glee + Grease? Yes, please!

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Music Review >> Glee Cast – “Michael”

First things first, I realize Glee took on Michael Jackson songs and that not everyone in the world is thrilled about it, but I look at it like this: It’s a tribute episode. The show utilized its talented cast and gave a handful of MJ’s classics a go. It’s completely ballsy on the show’s part, but I respect it.

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Video >> Glee Cast – “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin'”

Check out a full performance video from Glee’s tribute to Michael Jackson!

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DVD Review >> ‘Glee: The Concert’

Glee: The Concert on DVD includes performances not included in the theatrical release and additional features.

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Music Review >> Glee Cast – “Hold On To Sixteen”

Last week’s episode of Glee, “Hold On To Sixteen,” featured seven tracks, which included the return of both Chord Overstreet (Sam) and The Glee Project’s Lindsay Pearce (Harmony).

Let’s be real. Overstreet’s returning song on Glee should have been Justin Timberlake’s “SexyBack.” Am I right? I’m kidding … kind of. Of all the songs for Overstreet to sing upon his return to the show, Toby Keith’s “Red Solo Cup” was not an option that I was anticipating. But with Glee, as always, expect the unexpected. Unfortunately, this track really felt out of place amongst the rest of the episode’s songs.

I thought that Pearce did an amazing job on “Buenos Aires” from Evita. Man, this girl can sing. She exudes so much energy and personality when she sings, you can’t help to be drawn in. I know she was originally only allotted two episodes per The Glee Project, but from what we’ve gotten to hear from her this season, it would behoove them to figure out how to keep her character relevant. I can’t possibly be the only person that wants to hear Pearce on more than the two fantastic tracks she’s contributed to this season.

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