If this is what happens when New Directions is run by Darren Criss and Chord Overstreet, then we think these two should take over the job PERMANENTLY!
On this week's upcoming episode of Glee, all of our favorite perpetually-singing, perpetually-living-inside-an-after-school-special class of misfits will be embracing the Guilty Pleasures each and everyone one of us indulge in…or at least the songs many folks are too embarrassed to admit loving, even though virtually EVERYONE does!
So of course, what's a better place to start than with The SPICE GIRLS?!
Ch-ch-check out all the New Directions girls, including Heather Morris, Jenna Ushkowitz, Melissa Benoist, Becca Tobin and Alex Newell absolutely SLAYING Wannabe (above)!
And that is SO FAR from all, folks!
We've also got our bromantic duo Blaine and Sam - who may be opening up about MORE than just bromantic feelings - dominating Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go by Wham!; Lea Michele confronting Dean Geyer's hookin' ways with Radiohead's Creep; our beloved Darren pining away to Phil Collins' Against All Odds; Chord embracing his love for Barry Manilow at the Copacabana; Jacob Artist unleashing his inner Bobby Brown with My Prerogative; and last but not least, Rachel, Naya Rivera and Chris Colfer leading New Directions in a rousing rendition of ABBA's Mama Mia!
Freaking out with excitement yet?
GOOD! We are, too!
Give the rest of the FEROSH songs from Guilty Pleasures a listen…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Taking to her private Instagram on Sunday, the 35-year-old reportedly wrote:
"I felt embarrassed and sad. And old. We're getting old. But in all seriousness; I felt sad because music is supposed to inspire. It saved my life. This trash won't save any kids life… In a world that is even scarier and with lives still worth saving, who will stand up and have soul? Disenfranchised to say the least. Let down by my industry and peers. Beside Macklemore and Pharrell and Bieber(pre-sob fest) and The Weeknd, Tori Kelly was dope too. The rest was gross and embarrassing and hard for this aging pop star to believe."