One full hour, nothing but Stevie Nicks. Let that sentence sink in…
Oh why oh why couldn't this be the 90 minute episode???
We're going to tell you right now, whether you were a Stevie and Fleetwood Mac lover before this or not, you are going to simply adore the music next week on Glee. If they pull this off the way we think they are going to pull this off, this might end up being one of our favorite episodes to date! Just listening to the music is giving us the chills!!!
For the first time in the show's history, Glee will perform songs from a singular album. In this case, it will be Fleetwood Mac's Rumours, one of the best albums ever recorded in all of musical time. (Ok, we might be a tinsy bit elated about this!)
We have ALL the songs for you here and you should listen to ALL of them! We'd tell you which is our favorite, but we can't - it's like picking a favorite child. We can't! WE JUST CAN'T!!!
Anyway, first have a listen to Kristin Chenoweth belt out a divine rendition of Dreams with Matthew Morrison in the video (above). Then, click the jump to hear Kevin McHale sing Never Going Back, Cory Monteithand Dianna Agron singing Don't Wanna Know, Naya Rivera singing Songbird, the New Directions performing Don't Stop and, hold your breath, Lea Michele singing Go Your Own Way.
Enjoy Gleeks! Let your ears bask in this melodic heaven!
As IF there is anyone else you could put on the cover!
After quietly dropping a complete album along with music videos at the end of last year, Beyoncé completely changed the game.
So it comes as no surprise to see she has landed the cover of TIME's 100 Most Influential People in the World! Along with her fab cover, there are inside covers that feature Robert Redford, Jason Collins, the NBA's first openly gay athlete, and General Motors CEO Mary Barra.