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Anything Could Happen When Will And Emma Say I Do! ALL The Songs From This Week's Glee HERE!

We said it before and we'll say it again: we're positively FLABBERGASTED as to how our beloved friends at McKinley High - and beyond! - are going to bounce back from all of the Diva-inspired CRAZINESS that overcome them all during last week's episode of Glee!

Especially since some of the aforementioned craziness resulted in a certain graduated-student-turned-substitute-glee-club-coach went and kissed his old guidance counselor in the midst of an OCD-induced panic attack…merely DAYS before her fiance returns reclaim back his job AND his bride-to-be!

However, what we CAN tell you about what's to come on Thursday's surely DRAMA-licious installment, I Do, is that Cory Monteith's impulsive behavior may have gone and jeapordized Matthew Morrison and Jayma Mays' upcoming nuptials in a BIG WAY…at least, if we're to attempt to read between the lines of certain song choices!

But we'll get to that in a second!

Because first and foremost, we must bring to your attention the absolutely INCREDIBLE rendition of the Ellie Goulding smash Anything Could Happen, performed by Melissa Benoist, Kevin McHale and Jacob Artist!

Give it a listen (above)!

And good lord, we sincerely hope that the potential for anything to happen results in some POSITIVITY for our friends with New Directions!

But like we just mentioned, due to the fact that Will and Emma team up with Amber Riley to perform (Not) Getting Married Today from Company….we're just not so sure!

Give that a listen, so well as Finn, Marley, Jake joined by Lea Michele, Darren Criss, Chris Colfer, Naya Rivera, Dianna Agron and Glee Project alum Ali Stoker as Artie's new love interest Betty singing Bob Seger's We've Got Tonite; Blaine and Kurt reuniting for Just Can't Get Enough by Depeche Mode; and Jake and Marley crooning Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell's You're All I Need To Get By to each other…AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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iTunes Holdouts!

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Now that The Beatles' music is now available to download on iTunes, there aren't too many acts left that haven't agreed to put their tunes out onto the digital marketplace!

But three have stood firm in their refusal, and apparently, here's why:

AC/DC

Frontman Brian Johnson explains:

"Maybe I’m just being old-fashioned, but this iTunes, God bless ‘em, it’s going to kill music if they’re not careful … It’s a…monster, this thing. It just worries me. And I’m sure they’re just doing it all in the interest of making as much…cash as possible. Let’s put it this way, it’s certainly not for the…love, let’s get that out of the way, right away."

Garth Brooks

He says:

"These [Apple] guys are sweet guys, but they’re businessmen, so they understand. … They truly think that they’re saving music. My hat’s off to them. I looked at them right across the table with all the love in the world and told them they were killing it. And until we get variable pricing, until we get album-only [downloads], then they are not a true retailer for my stuff, and you won’t see my stuff on there—with all the love in the world. That’s nothing that they haven’t heard, either."

Kid Rock

He says:

"I just don’t like being told what to do. I don’t have a beef with Apple, or iTunes, or any of them. I do have a beef with that it seems kind of socialist of them to charge the same price for every song. What if every car cost $4,000, you know what I mean? A song from my neighbor’s garage band is not the same value as Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Born to Run.’ I just want to decide how my product gets sold with the people who sell it."

Wow - we have to admit, although we don't agree, these guys make much better points than we expected them to!

Other artists currently unavailable for download include The Smiths, Tool, Def Leppard, Bob Seger, Black Sabbath, and Frank Zappa.

And it's their right as musicians to decide how their music is sold, so more power to them!

What do U think?? Do U agree with anything any of these guys have said??

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