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Gleeukary Presents: What Songs Can You Expect For The Next 6 Episodes Of Glee?

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02/24/2014 10:43 pm
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Gleeukary Presents: What Songs Can You Expect For The Next 6 Episodes Of Glee?
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Christa Tintelnot

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If you are a Gleek like me, you are probably counting down the days to the end of the fall hiatus. We are so close to the airing of the next new episode, "Frenimies", on February 25th! To celebrate, the team at PopWrapped has looked far and wide to give our fans a sneak peak of some of the songs that will be featured in the episodes. Can you expect more Klaine duets this season? Is it possible that Brittana will come together again in song? What songs will the New Directions sing at Nationals? All will be revealed below, so read at your own risk! "Frenemies" will air on February 25th, 2014...remember, Glee will be airing on Tuesday now, so set those DVR's in you need to. The first song that will be featured after the long wait will be a Kenny Loggins classic, "Whenever I Call You Friend," which will be a duet between Artie and Tina. Rachel and Santana will have the next song of the episode, the song "Brave," originally by Sara Bareilles. Artie and Tina come back with the 1992 smash hit from En Vogue, "My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It)." Moving back to New York, the next song on the list is a Rachel Berry standard, "Don’t Rain On My Parade," from the Broadway musical Funny Girl, sung by her original frenemy, Santana. And we aren't done yet--this is a song-packed episode, for sure! Kurt and Elliot will also get a duet with the song "I Believe In A Thing Called Love" by the Darkness; Rachel and Santana get another duet singing The Police song "Every Breath You Take"; and finally Artie, Tina and Blaine will come together to sing " Breakaway" by Kelly Clarkson. The music-filled episodes keep coming when episode 10, "Trio," airs on March 4th, 2014. It will start with a trio, in fact, the trio of Tina, Sam, and Blaine singing "Jumpin’ Jumpin’" from Destiny's Child. A New York song will follow with Rachel and Elliott coming together with the song "Barracuda" from Heart (One of my personal favorite bands of all time! Can't wait!). Coming back to Lima, we will find Tina, Sam, and Blaine together in another trio, this time with a song from the band Simple Minds, "Don’t You (Forget About Me)". The Laura Branigan song, "Gloria" will be taken on by Elliott, Santana, and Rachel; then Wemma is finally back with their duet, "Danny’s Song", the Loggins and Messina classic. We will also get to hear Dani, Kurt, and Elliott sing "The Happening" from The Supremes. The final song of the episode will be "Hold On" by Wilson Phillips, a group number that will bring the Lima and New York crews together. The eleventh episode of the season will be the highly anticipated Nationals episode, titled "City of Angels", which will air on March 11th. In this episode, the New Directions will travel to LA in order to participate in Nationals where they will dedicate their performance to the memory of Finn Hudson. The episode will open with the song "I Love L.A." by Randy Newman sung by Jake, Artie, Will, Sam, and Blaine. Following this, we get into the performances at Nationals, including one from a competing glee club known as The Amazonians who will sing "Vacation," the hit by the girl group, The Go-Go's. The main competition for The New Directions will be Jean-Baptiste & Throat Explosion, who will sing two numbers: "Counting Stars" by OneRepublic and "Mr. Roboto" by Styx. What will New Directions sing at Nationals? They have three songs already selected: "More Than A Feeling" by Boston; "America", the Neil Diamond standard; and they will close with U2's " I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For". If you haven't heard yet, the highly anticipated 100th episode, simply titled "100," will air on March 18th and will feature fan favorites that have been featured in the series over the past five years. Will and April Rhodes will take the first song in the episode, "Raise Your Glass" by Pink. The first time the song was used in the series was in the episode "Original Song" from season two, when it was sung by the Warblers during regionals. "Defying Gravity" from the Broadway musical Wicked will follow, performed by Kurt, Rachel, and Mercedes. The first time the song was done was in the episode "Wheels" during the diva-off between Kurt and Rachel. "Valarie" by The Zutons and covered by Amy Winehouse will also be featured in the episode. The first time it was done was back in season two in the episode "Special Education" by Santana. She will reprise her role as songstress of "Valarie," but this time joined by her ex-girlfriend, Brittany. Another classic Glee song, " Keep Holding On" by Avril Levigne, will also be featured in "100." It was first done as a group number in the season one episode "Throwdown," but this time will be a solo performance from none other than Noah Puckerman. Britney Spears' "Toxic" is lined up, and is highly anticipated thanks to the reunion of the "Unholy Trinity," made up of Santana, Brittany, and Quinn. Originally from the season two episode "Britney/Brittany" as a group number, this one will certainly prove to be a showstopper. Finally, the song "Happy" by Pharrell Williams will be performed, and it is the only song that hasn't been done on the show before. The episode following "100", simply called "New Directions," will be part two of the 100th episode and will air on March 25th. As in the previous episode, some old Glee favorites will be back. "Loser Like Me," which was originally done in the season two episode, "Original Song," is back, this time being sung by the smaller group of Artie, Blaine, Sam, and Tina. Probably one of the most recognizable Glee songs, "Don't Stop Believing," will also be reprised. Previously done in the pilot, in the episode "Journey," and as a solo performed by Rachel, the song will be performed by Artie, Blaine, Kurt, Tina, and Rachel. Bonnie Tyler's hit, "Total Eclipse Of The Heart" will also make a comeback, this time as a duet between Will and April Rhodes. The first time it was done on the show, it was featured in "Bad Reputation" from season one and done by Puck, Rachel, Finn, and Jesse. The Pink song, "Just Give Me A Reason", which features Nate Ruess, will be performed by Puck and Quinn. The song "Be Okay" by Oh Honey will be done by Santana and Rachel. The Eddie Murphy song, "Party All The Time" will be taken on by Holly Holliday, and the song "I’m Changing" from Dream Girls will be done by Kurt and Mercedes. The final episode that we currently have information on is "New New York." We only know that it will have three songs. "You Make Me Feel So Young" by Frank Sinatra will be a Klaine duet, and the song "Rockstar" will be sung by Kurt and StarChild. The Barbara Streisand song "People" will be done by Rachel. So what do you think, Gleeks?  Happy with the song choices?  Would you choose something else? What songs are you looking forward to hearing the most?  Let us know in the comments!

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