The D.A. even charged Ray J with sexual battery, despite the fact that police have said no crime of the sort was actually committed.
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AH-MAZING! Just simply amazing!
Another week has come and gone, but at least we all got our Glee fix! If you still need to relive all of the performances from last night to hold you over until next week, we totally understand!
While the musical selection of this week's episode was fantastic, their performances were equally if not even more incredible!
Ready? Let's go over all the musical numbers (below), shall we?
Some day somebody's gonna make you want to turn around and say goodbye!
Ugh, what do these lyrics even mean?! We already know *SPOILER ALERT* that Lea Michele's character Rachel Berry walked out on Santana and Kurt in their New York home…so, is Rachel saying goodbye for good??
This Glee episode is dedicated to trios and with the whole cast performing Hold On (above) by Wilson Phillips, we have a feeling the episode is going to be a doozy!
We're also pretty sure we're hearing Dani (Yay for Demi Lovato!) singing with the NY gang and she's featured in another song (below)!!
We're so excited for more Dantana!
All of these songs for Tuesday night's episode is so telling!!
A baby, new romance, the end of an era, oh snap! The rest of the season is going to be a doozy!
Luckily for us, there were a few Gleeks who were happy to spill some of the deets.
But tread lightly if you aren't all caught up yet! Are you ready for a look into the future of the fifth season??
Apparently, Mr. Shue will be expecting an adorable bundle of joy in the future!
Matthew Morrison spills:
"Mr. Schue is going to have a family pretty soon, so I can't see him leaving his family and then following his Broadway dreams unless he packs up the kid."
His future baby will probably come out with a head full of hair! Cue the jokes from Sue Sylvester!
But before that baby graces the world, Mr. Shue will have to say goodbye to his senior Gleeks:
"It kind of made me feel like what a real teacher goes through, the revolving door of students just coming and going."
Alex Newell, who plays Unique, an underclassman in the series also said:
"It's like a chapter closing to see their characters go off and do bigger and better things.
Jacob Artist, who plays resident bad boy Jake, added:
"It is a really emotional and exciting episode. It's fun. I think people will really enjoy it."
More emotions?! We can't deal with more crying!!
And as one chapter ends, another one begins! Possibly with some romance in the air?
Chord Overstreet teases a possible love story between Sam and someone from his past! He explains:
"Sam is going to be a male model or trying to be a male model. He has a rough go at it at first and deals with hardships. There are certain people that come back into the mix when I go to New York that I may be involved with romantically."
But if male modeling doesn't work out for Trouty Mouth, Chord is not afraid to go back to his stripping ways! YES PLEASE! He added:
"I just think that I would be back on the poles since I'm going to New York. I've been pitching that, but after Magic Mike, it kind of ruined it for all of us."
With the senior Gleeks on the heel of leaving Lima behind, the fate of the Glee Club may turn ugly. Jane Lynch revealed:
"She's now principal so she's got the welfare of the entire school on her mind. It's not so much she wants to destroy the glee club. She wants the school to thrive and she asks the glee club to reach a certain bar and they did not achieve it, so funds being what they are, she had to let them go."
But before the Glee club disbands, Holly Holliday and April Rhodes are coming back to try to prevent that from happening! Matthew says:
"They came back because they're trying to save the glee club. I got to have a song with both of them, so that was really a blast."
But, Glee would not be our beloved dramedy without a long distance relationship in the mix! Wondering what'll happen between Kitty and Artie before he makes the big move?
Becca Tobin who plays Kitty dishes:
"I'm a one man kind of woman these days. I think the show is very realistic and I'm sure we'll face the normal complications of the long-distance relationship, but I love the relationship and watching it has been really sweet. Playing with him has been so fun, so I hope that they stick together."
Now that Kitty has turned into a big softie, Jake takes back his bad boy persona and talks about his exit:
"I'm throwing music stands over, riding on my scooter, all that good stuff."
So, that's what we should expect on Glee!
You voted and they obviously listened!
Glee has come a long way since their very first episode and they have racked up a TON of songs since the beginning.
In honor of this big milestone, Columbia Records will also release Glee: The Music Celebrating 100 Episodes, which includes remade Glee classics along with some new tracks in the mix!
So, which classic Glee performances made it to the big milestone episode?
Take a look below to see if your choices made it into the track listing:
1. Keep Holding On* featuring Mark Salling (Puck)
2. Valerie* featuring Naya Rivera (Santana) and Heather Morris (Brittany)
3. Defying Gravity* featuring Lea Michele (Rachel), Chris Colfer (Kurt) and Amber Riley (Mercedes)
4. Raise Your Glass* featuring Matthew Morrison (Will) and Kristin Chenoweth (April)
5. Toxic* featuring Naya Rivera (Santana), Heather Morris (Brittany) and Dianna Agron (Quinn)
6. Happy featuring Gwyneth Paltrow (Holly), Kristin Chenoweth (April), Matthew Morrison (Will), Darren Criss (Blaine) and Amber Riley (Mercedes)
7. Party All the Time featuring Gwyneth Paltrow (Holly)
8. Total Eclipse of the Heart* featuring Matthew Morrison (Will) and Kristin Chenoweth (April)
9. Loser Like Me* featuring Darren Criss (Blaine), Kevin McHale (Artie), Chord Overstreet (Sam) and Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina)
10. Be Okay featuring Lea Michele (Rachel) and Naya Rivera (Santana)
11. I Am Changing featuring Amber Riley (Mercedes) and Chris Colfer (Kurt)
12. Just Give Me a Reason -featuring Dianna Agron (Quinn) and Mark Salling (Puck)
13. Don’t Stop Believin’* -featuring Lea Michele (Rachel), Darren Criss (Blaine), Chris Colfer (Kurt), Matthew Morrison (Will), Kevin McHale (Artie) and Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina)
The unholy trinity is performing Toxic?! Now that we cannot wait to see!
Side note: the songs with asterisks are the remixed versions of past songs!
[Image via Fox/Glee.]
ZOMG, Gleeks! It's almost that time again!!
As we all patiently await Glee's return to our TVs, here's something to hold you over!
The music accompanying Glee's 100th episode has arrived, and we are just loving all the duets in this one!
Maybe the girls reach an agreement at the end of the epic episode! We can't wait to see how it all pans out!
Take a listen to the rest of the songs set to appear in the upcoming episode (below)!
ZOMG!! It's the slap heard around the world!
Holy shiz she looks like she could just burn a freaking hole in the back of Santana's head if she stared for a second longer!
But srsly though, we think Rachel Berry's head just inflated into a giant ballon after she snagged that role as Fanny Brice, and not to mention everything is just a mess at McKinley High!
It all makes us that much more excited for Glee's return…
…mainly because we really want to see how Santana reacts to that giant b*tch slap she gets from Rachel!
MEOW! Take a look at the new promo (above)!!
Call us hopefuls, but we're thinking the Glee reunion for the 100th will run longer than we expect!