This is really sad to hear.
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Hold those tears! For goodness sake, hold it together!!
After what seems like an era of AH-Mazing musical madness on Glee, listening to the reinvented version of Don't Stop Believin' (above) just rips our hearts to shreds!
Not only is Finn Hudson noticeably missing from his leading part in this rendition, but all of the cast members joining in on the performance and singing their hearts out all while reverting back to the original choreography is enough to make everyone cry a river big enough to satisfy Justin Timberlake!
But seriously, when Mr. Shue looks up after Kurt enters the song, DEAD.
No one will ever forget the slap heard ’round the world when Rachel slapped the shiz out of Santana, but the once fantastic duo that is Santana Lopez and Rachel Berry are on the mends after this duet of Be Ok!
This episode is just chock full of emotions!! The once upbeat performance of Loser Like Me at Regionals was stripped down from it's poppy beats and made into a beautiful piano and acoustic guitar piece! Once again, Tina was on the fritz about her future after high school, but luckily for her, Blaine, Sam and Artie were on hand to cheer her up with this acoustic beauty!
In hopes to inspire Rachel & Santana to mend their broken friendship, Kurt & Mercedes sing I'm Changing from the musical, Dreamgirls. We've certainly missed this singing duo, didn't you?
Puck & Quinn reunited and it feels oh so good! We obviously knew that from last week's episode, but what better way to make it official than by serenading each other with Just Give Me A Reason in front of the Glee club?
Holly Holiday, she parties as she tries to incorporate musical numbers into school lessons! There isn't really anything that would make this better except for April Rhodes joining in on this partayying number!
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