No, not Allied...
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It's time for mid-winter critiques at NYADA and you know what they say. 'The show must go on!'
But those cuts and bruises certainly didn't stop him from getting a standing ovation after his performance of I'm Still Here (above) at his mid-winter critique in front of the intimidating Madame Tibideaux and his NYADA peers!
Critiques and drama aside, we also get a little hint of what's to come for the future of Samcedes, from the looks of these performances of course!
Ch-ch-check out how the other Gleeks fared in their critiques with their performances (below)!
And here comes the heavy…
Last night’s Glee tackled more than one real-world, hard-hitting issue. Major life choices were made, hearts were tested and a beloved Gleek found himself battered and broken in a hospital bed.
We sure aren’t in Lima anymore… and really, did you expect a light episode when the majority of the songs were Sondheim?
(P.S – Wait till you hear the music from this episode though. From Into The Woods to Amber Riley’s original ballad, it was a slam dunk after slam dunk all night.)
So, let's just rip the band-aid off and get to it, shall we?
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! DON’T READ ANY FURTHER IF YOU DON’T WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT.
No One Is Alone (above) just makes us feel all kinds of emotions! Especially since something bad is going to happen!
The music for this episode titled "Bash" includes a mix of Broadway selections with a hint of original music from rising recording artist Mercedes!
While there is a sad undertone in "Bash," we can't help but speculate whether or not something stems from Mercedes and Sam's relationship, considering the fact that they did date for a brief time over the summer in previous seasons!
Ch-ch-check out the rest of the songs from tonight's episode (below)!
What. Is. Going. On. Here?!
Santana isn't around and this upcoming episode just REEKS of dramz!
With the Gleeks getting into disagreements and arguments with some of their closest friends, the promo ends in sadness as we find Mercedes, Blaine, Rachel, Sam, and Artie crowding around a hospital bed that Kurt is possibly lying in.
This is certainly going to be the longest week ever. Take a look at the promo (above)!
When life takes all the Gleeks to New York, they can always go Downtown!
And of course, what better way to express their excitement about the Big Apple than by roaming the streets of New York and singing about it? With the exception of Rachel taking a car ride over!
Here's a sneak peek at what's to come on tonight's episode, "New York, New York!"
Last week's episode was an end to the Glee club era and for the rest of the series, Glee will be full-time in the Big Apple!
The hit show revealed a graphic on Twitter yesterday that now solidifies the show movin' out and over to New York, revolving around our favorite original Gleeks!
But it also revealed perhaps sometime more telling about who will be seeing partying up on the isle of Manhattan — and who we won't!
Tonight, we'll watch on as Lea Michele's Rachel is back in New York after what seemed to be a super long week break from running lines for her Funny Girl role and she gets back into the game (sans Santana) by singing her rendition of People (above)!
This is probably the last song from the soundtrack she'll belt, but, knowing Glee, it won't be the last time we'll hear Rachel sing her heart out to Funny Girl songs!
Darren Criss, Chord Overstreet and Kevin McHale were already slated to crossover and start life anew in the city that never sleeps, so what better way to express your feelings and new experiences than through song?
It's what they're all best at after all!
Ch-ch-check out the rest of the songs for the upcoming Glee episode (below)!