Those are fighting words, if you ask us!
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Oh man, you guys.
We've been anxiously awaiting this week ever since Ryan Murphy devastated our heart - and LOINS - via Twitter by posting Darren Criss' half-naked, seksi Santa photo from the 'Men of McKinley High' calendar!
And although we've since received all sorts of sneak peeks and more shirtless treats since that life-altering December day, none of it holds a candle to the excitement we feel now knowing that on this week's episode of Glee, "Naked," will feature one INCREDIBLY unexpected - yet completely BAD-ASS - mash-up of Nelly's Hot In Herre with The J. Geils Band's Centerfold!
Ch-check out Jacob Artist, Chord Overstreet, Blake Jenner, and Jenna Ushkowitz breaking it down (above)!
But for as sexy as that sounds, it seems the rest of the tunes this week instead focus on amping up the ROMANCE!
For example, you can give a listen to our beloved Lea Michele being back in fine form for her cover of Torn by Ednaswap (or later, Natalie Imbruglia); our bad-boy Jake Puckerman teaming up with Melissa Benoist for the lovely Christina Perri's A Thousand Years; Jake AGAIN getting to show off his pipes during Ne-Yo's Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To Love Yourself); our Princess Lea re-teaming with Naya Rivera and Dianna Agron for Love Song by Sara Bareilles; and the entirety of New Directions taking on A Great Big World's This Is The New Year…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Lea Michele - Torn
Jacob Artist & Melissa Benoist - A Thousand Years
Jacob Artist - Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To Love Yourself)
Lea Michele, Naya Rivera & Dianna Agron - Love Song
New Directions - This is the New Year
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