And to be honest, we're disappointed. Very disappointed.
We're disappointed, because this is the episode in which the Gleeks are supposed to be covering Rebecca Black's Internet classic, Friday - and we don't have it! It hasn't been released yet - and it's Friday!!!
The world just doesn't make sense!
What we do have, however, are the five other songs that will be featured on next week's episode of Glee, "Prom Queen." You've read the spoilers, now let's get to the music!
We'll kick things off with an interesting twist on on Adele's huge hit, Rolling In The Deep, performed by Lea Micheleand (holding our breath!!!) Jonathan Groff. Check out the video (above) to have a listen to their ACAPELLA cover.
We still maintain that no one can do the song quite like Miz Adele herself, but props to the two of them for doing something new with it to make it their own.
Now, for the rest! Click the jump to hear Kevin McHale croon out a semi-acapella version of Stevie Wonder'sIsn't She Lovely, a group performance of ABBA's Dancing Queen, Darren Criss sing the Black Kids' track I'm Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How To Dance With You and finally, Princess Lea performing Christina Perri'sJar Of Hearts.
Have at it, kiddies!
Jar Of Hearts
Isn't She Lovely
I'm Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How To Dance With You
In a sit down interview with George Stephanopoulos, Darren Wilson opened up about his side of the story, and described his fateful altercation with Michael Brown.
In the ABC World News sit down, Darren not only claimed that Michael Brown grabbed his gun, Darren also alleged that Michael later charged him while one of Michael's hands was concealed inside a pocket.
All in all, Darren stated that he would not do anything differently in how he handled the situation.