Today just must be the day we get treated with oh so many musical treasures!!
Not only did we previously let you listen to the tracks from Glee’s upcoming Glease episode, but now we have some from this week’s episode!
Check out Jacob Artist and Becca Tobin's rendition of Neon Trees’ Everybody Talks (above)!!
Still not enough to hold you over until Thursday?!
We have even MORE songs from The Role You Were Born to Play, including Alex Newell and Melissa Benoist taking on Pink’s Blow Me (One Last Kiss) and Cory Monteith and Blake Jenner bringing us back to the ‘80s with Juke Box Hero!
Make sure you tune into Glee when it finally returns on Thursday and take a listen to these tracks… AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Punky popstar Pink has always embodied a rebellious spirit, and now the Blow Me (One Last Kiss)singer is opening up about her club-drug past, sexuality, and why she's never been one to live by other people's definitions!
We're a sucker for sweet harmonies! The singing with herself and arrangement is just so lovely!
Check it out below!
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It's a bundle of classic spunk from Pink right here! And we can't get enough of it!!
In Blow Me (One Last Kiss), Pink blows black and white kisses in a video woven with pearls, chandeliers, and incredible lyrics that ring true for anyone who's ever been in the deep throes of complicated love.
Press that PLAY button to travel back in time with her (above)!
P.S! The man playing her eye candy is juuust divine, darlings! Divine!
Now, she's remembering what she thought when he first told her:
"I can imagine the shock many of you are going through reading this. I remember feeling that same shock. When my family and I first visited the Duggar home, Josh shared his past teenage mistakes. I was surprised at his openness and humility and at the same time didn't know why he was sharing it. For Josh, he wanted not just me but my parents to know who he really was – even very difficult past mistakes."
The 26-year-old explains that Josh had been in counseling as a result of his actions, and that she feels it has helped him change who he is: