Best feud ever or nah?!
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Deep breath in … and out!
Last night's episode of Glee was pretty dark, dealing with subject matter ranging from broken dreams to domestic violence. There was literally not a dry eye in the house once the credits began to roll and what made the episode even more haunting was the music chosen to highlight all the sadness.
WARNING: THERE ARE MAJOR SPOILERS IN THESE VIDEOS! DON'T WATCH UNLESS YOU WANT TO KNOW!
Our top picks this week include a moving ballad from one Lea Michele (who knows a thing or two about ballads) and a terribly wonderful rendition of Florence + The Machine's song, Shake It Out, performed by three of the show's most accomplished performers.
Then… you're going to want to CLICK THE JUMP to watch Chris Colfer channel Hugh Jackman (in one of the more uplifting moments of the episode), Mark Salling and his bros get heavy(metal) with My Fair Lady and the Trouble Tones strut their stuff in The Cell Block Tango.
All that is for your viewing pleasure … AFTER THE JUMP!
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