It's been a few weeks since Glee's EXPLOSIVE wedding episode, yet we are still reeling from (SPOILERS!!!!!) the slap-in-the-face surprising Quinntana hookup, Will & Emma's disastrous nuptials, AND Rachel's maybe-baby news…
But thank Glod Ryan Murphy that this week's brand new episode titled Girls (and Boys) On Film — which celebrates the marriage between music and movies — seems much less headache-inducing than its twisted predecessor, and we've got ALL the filmtastic tunes for your listening pleasure!
We've already posted the charming video of Will and Emma performing You're All The World To Me, but prepare yourselves Klaine lovers, cause Blaine and Kurt are FINALLY singing the romantic duet we've all been waiting for since Kurt mentioned it was his FAVE love song back in season 2: Come What May from Moulin Rouge!
But first, let yourself be dazzled by a Madonna/Marilyn MonroeDiamonds Are A Girls Best Friend/Material Girl mashup featuring the killer vocal stylings of Marley and Unique (above)!
THEN, tap your toes and get fancy free to Sam, Artie and Joe's cover of the iconic title track from Footloose, listen to a GLORIOUS tribute to Tom Cruise with Sam & Blaine's version of Old Time Rock & Roll/Danger Zone (from Risky Business/Top Gun), get nostalgic when Will and Unique croon Peter Gabriel's In Your Eyes from Say Anything, PLUS so many MORE delicious Glee covers of tracks from famous films …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Kurt and Blaine - Come What May (Moulin Rouge)
Artie, Sam, Joe and New Directions - Footloose (Footloose)
Blaine, Brittany and New Directions - Shout (Animal House)
Will and Unique - In Your Eyes (Say Anything)
Jake and Ryder - Unchained Melody (Ghost)
Sam & Blaine - Old Time Rock & Roll/Danger Zone (Risky Business/Top Gun)
Of course Jay Z's wife's new song Formationaddresses the movement, but her dancers definitely paid their respects by donning outfits, including berets like those worn by members of the Black Panthers.
Not only that but Queen Bey's Super Bowl crew was snapped a couple times with their fists in the air -- a tribute to Tommie Smith and John Carlos, the American track stars who made similar gestures during the 1968 Olympic medal ceremony (below):