The friend confided to People Magazine:
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Get out your kleenex, Gleeks!
This is going to be one rough week — for US just as much as you!
That's right, because in the world of Glee, it looks as though there are going to be some SERIOUS relationship troubles for Rachel and Finn, Kurt and Blaine, Santana and Brittany, and Will and Emma…and as we all know, at LEAST one of these pairings will not make it to the end of this week's episode, The Break-Up!
And now, we've gotten a hold of all of the INCREDIBLE tune-age our star-crossed lovers will be wailing together and at one another, which is only furthering our heartbreak over the potential end to some our favorite TV couples!
Most upsetting of all is EASILY Darren Criss' re-visitation of the song that catapulted him into the hearts of Gleeks worldwide, Teenage Dream, only instead this time it's stripped down, acoustic, and positively gut-wrenching…which only furthers our fear that the days of Klaine are coming to an abrupt, brutal end!
Give it a listen (above)!
Agh! The pain in his voice is almost too much for us to bear!
Ch-ch-check out Naya Rivera's glorious return to McKinley High with Mine, Darren and Cory Monteith Barely Breathing, only to be joined later by Lea Michele and Chris Colfer for Don't Speak, while the former duets with Dean Geyer for Give Your Heart a Break, and lastly, all of the aforementioned couples with Matthew Morrison and Jayma Mays belt out The Scientist…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Now excuse us. We need to go shamelessly weep into our pillow while we play these over and over!
Naya Rivera - Mine
Cory Monteith and Darren Criss - Barely Breathing
Lea Michele, Chris Colfer,Cory Monteith and Darren Criss - Don't Speak
Lea Michele and Dean Geyer - Give Your Heart A Break
Lea Michele, Cory Moneith, Matthew Morrison, Naya Rivera, Jayma Mays, Chris Colfer, Darren Criss, Heather Morris - The Scientist
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