After the frightening, serious and all-too-real nature of last week's Glee, we found ourselves in pretty desperate need of comfort!
The kind of comfort, in fact, that only the melodious merging of vocal stylingz from two powerhouse divas can bring!
Thankfully, our prayers were answered, and on Thursday's new episode, Sweet Dreams, our beloved Idina Menzel has returned to do JUST THAT with her fictional daughter, Lea Michele!
That's right! The Broadway legend is BACK to help Rachel audition for her dream role, and what better way to prepare than with the incomparable Emeli Sande's smash hit, Next To Me?!
Give it a listen (above)!
We don't know about you, but we don't know whether we should try and shake away our goosebumps or wipe the tears from our eyes!
But there is SO much more awesomeness where this came from!
In fact, prepare yourselves for a trip down memory lane with Lea and all the original New Directions members as they re-visit their first group song, Journey's Don't Stop Believin'; Cory Monteith and Mark Salling taking on Fight For Your Right To Party by the Beastie Boys; newbie Melissa Benoist showing off her "songwriting" talents with the help of Jacob Artist, Alex Newell, Blake Jenner and Becca Tobin on the original Outcast; as well as Marley and Unique joining up with Darren Criss and Chord Overstreet on the ALSO-ALL-NEW You Have More Friends Than You Know…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
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