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A new day! You know what we feel like singing?
Here comes the sun…
Yeah, it's been stuck in our heads all morning, as last night, we finally got to watch Demi Lovato and Naya Rivera perform the Beatles classic on Glee — and it was everything we could've hoped for! There was love in their eyes, flirt in their smiles and did you see Demi stroking that guitar?! Yeah, she can really play that bad boy! Be jealous! Stay jealous! WHAT!
Yeah, hands down, the pair's duet stole the show last night as the second part of Glee's two week tribute to the Fab Four came to a close. But we also got an amazing version of Hey Jude from Darren Criss and the return of Lea Michele mashed with Chris Colfer, who seriously haven't had that much fun doing a duet since Ding Dong!
Let It Be was a real nice way to close out the episode. We can't say we love it when the whole cast performs together though; it's still jarring jump back and forth between NY and Lima. Pick one, stay there, focus on our faves, and we'll be just dandy. BTW - How come Chris and Naya have never had a duet before?! They sound GOOD together!
Hey Jude? More like Hey Darren, sing this song to us … in bed! Or anywhere really, just sing this song to us and us alone, because when you get to the end, you stirred deep feelings that we can't describe here. Putting this back on loop in 3,2,1….
Get Back are the exact two words we'd used to describe what we want for this season of Glee, for the show to get back to it's roots and remember what made it great. Like Rachel and Kurt's diva-friendship. These two don't duet NEARLY enough. And again, if you want to throw Naya in the mix, who the hell are we to stop you!
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club was rad when it came to costumes, but confusing when it came to performance. Sorry, but doesn't Ryder still have unfinished beef with Unique? Do we need to rewatch the finale from last year? Because we are so sure she is still in the doghouse for catfishing him!!!
Something is off about Chord Overstreet in this performance…
No, his singing is spot on. We could listen to this rendition all day long. Ah, we got it — he needs a haircut. Oh, he needs a haircut like YESTERDAY. Someone get Lea in here to sing that to him!