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Naya Rivera Sings Lea Michele's Signature Jam! Listen To Santana Belt Don't Rain On My Parade HERE!

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This week's episode of Glee, titled, 'Frenemies', is probs going to be Mean Girls EPIC!

Besides the ferocious b*tch slap in the promo, there's about to be a lyrical cat fight between Rachel and Santana!

Naya Rivera is totally stepping on toes by singing Lea Michele's song of choice, Don't Rain On My Parade!

Both versions are very different, as Naya's take is much more pop sounding—but equally as delightful as Lea's!

So now we ask you…

Who Would U Rather Hear Sing Don't Rain On My Parade?!

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Who Would U Rather Hear Sing Don't Rain On My Parade?!

  • Lea Michele/ Rachel (71%)
  • Naya Rivera/Santana (29%)

Total Votes: 2,918

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19 comments to “Naya Rivera Sings Lea Michele's Signature Jam! Listen To Santana Belt Don't Rain On My Parade HERE!”

  1. Cherry says – reply to this


    1

    I never knew she had in in her. Wow amazingly done.

  2. BreakOut says – reply to this


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    I love Naya. She killed it!

  3. Trina says – reply to this


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    She makes it so sexual. :D

  4. NayFan says – reply to this


    4

    Perfect cover. I really love her version.

  5. DD says – reply to this


    5

    Naya and Lea's versions are completely different. What I like about Naya's is that it wasn't a carbon copy of the original or Lea's. She added her own originality to it.

  6. Polo says – reply to this


    6

    I prefer Naya Rivera's version but then again I am not a broadway fan.

  7. William62 says – reply to this


    7

    To completely different styles and I loved both.

  8. Guest says – reply to this


    8

    It is Rachel's signature song. Would be rude to choose Santana's versions. I was thoroughly impressed with Naya's take on the song.

  9. Guest says – reply to this


    9

    "Both versions are very different, as Naya's take is much more pop sounding—but equally as delightful as Lea's!" sums it up perfectly.

  10. WOmEn says – reply to this


    10

    Liked both but chose Lea because like you said it is her signature song.

  11. Titin says – reply to this


    11

    In awe with Naya's voice.

  12. Andie says – reply to this


    12

    How is this even a contest. Lea OWNS that song. There's nothing wrong with Naya's version on it's own, but held up next to Lea's? That's like comparing apples and Jupiter.

  13. Naya all the way says – reply to this


    13

    Naya's voice is beautiful and more modern. What is Lea's talent again?

  14. kitty says – reply to this


    14

    More intrigued about what Santana is doing in this episode now.



  15. 15

    Prefer Naya's version. Lea's just copying Barbara Streisand and doesn't make the song her own. If I want to listen to Barbara, I'd rather go with the original. Besides, Naya kills it.

  16. LC says – reply to this


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    Actually prefer Naya's version to be honest. Lea has a great broadway voice and all but Naya's version is different, funner and something I could listen to over and over again.

  17. ichabod says – reply to this


    17

    Lea was supposed to sing the original broadway version for the show. AND it was Soooo much better than this candy pop version. I am curious if Naya could pull off the original.

  18. Gunny says – reply to this


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    Re: ichabod – The song had to be arranged to match Naya's range. She's good, but I don't think that classic songs need a dance beat remix. I thought it was a bit of an insult to Broadway and Fannie to remix that song. A new low for Glee and I kept hoping Barbra wasn't watching this sexed up version of her signature song.

  19. seanny says – reply to this


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    Re: Gunny – I don't know if I would call it a dance beat - but the arrangement had some interesting orchestrations. I don't think it was meant to be Santana singing it exactly like Rachel, it was meant to be deliberately provocative to her very traditionalist sensibilities.