The actress will be once again appearing in the show's upcoming tribute episode to Grease, and as she'll be contributing her vocals along with Naya Rivera and Alex Newell to the musical's classic Rizzo number, There Are Worse Things I Could Do, we have a feeling that we may be experiencing an all new side to the normally cruel dance instructor Cassandra July!
Give it a listen yourself (above)!
And that's not all!
While we've already been treated to Cory Monteith, Harry Shum Jr., Chord Overstreet and newbie Blake Jenner's rendition of Greased Lightning, as well Amber Rileyreturning to Hand Jive, you can check out the rest of the EXCITING new Glease tunage, including the nefarious Becca Tobin's rendition of Look At Me, I'm Sandra Dee, Melissa Benoist's gorgeous reprisal of it; and then she and Blake being joined by Lea and Cory for You're The One That I Want….AFTER THE JUMP!!!
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.