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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)!
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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.
Don't say we didn't warn you, but, there are a few tear shedding performances. Keep those tissues on hand, you're gonna need them!
The future of our favorite Gleeks are still up in the air.
From what we've gathered before, Lea Michele (obvi), Naya Rivera, Chord Overstreet, Chris Colfer, Kevin McHale, and Darren Criss are returning to the series as it moves to NYC, but will our other favs make the big move too??
So many questions, yet so many vague answers!
The cast dishes on what's coming up next for their characters and their answers certainly fuel the speculation fires of returns from Glee guest to series regulars again!
For Sue Sylvester, Jane Lynch reveals:
The song that started it all!
If you didn't know or haven't noticed (how could you not?!) Glee has made it a mission to reinvent fan chosen songs from early episodes in honor of hitting the 100th episode mark!
The FOX dramedy went back to the beginning with this classic hit of Don't Stop Believin' and whilst we're definitely missing the wonderful vocals from one Cory Monteith, this version showcases the other vocal talents from those on Glee.
There are a few new and telling songs thrown into the mix, but let's not lose sight of the AH-Mazing reinvented songs!
From the sounds of it, Rachel and Santana (could it be?!) are putting aside their differences and being friends again?! Time will only tell, or rather, the next episode of Glee will tell!
Listen to the rest of the Glee songs featured in Tuesday's episode (below)!!
With the first part of the 100th episode set to air tonight, it's clear as day the end of McKinley as we know it is on the horizon. Not to mention the end of a Glee era by the time season 6 rolls around!
So, before it all ends, the cast members revealed what they'd like to see happen for their on-screen personas!
Lea Michele declared she wanted to do a lazy episode, which would totally be a far cry from Rachel Berry's hard working ethic: