Last night, the five songs from this week’s upcoming Glee episode, “I Do,” made it online. You can listen to them – and watch a sneak peek of the episode – below.
The songs for this episode are as we previously reported, and you can listen below:
Fox has also released a sneak-peek look at the upcoming wedding episode, “I Do,” and you can watch that here as well:
Jayma Mays gives her interview in Emma’s bridal gown, showing it off, and we see plenty shots of gentlemen in tuxedos and of the church where the marriage of Will Schuester and Emma Pillsbury is set to finally take place. New pseudo-couple Tina and Blaine – or rather, their actors Jenna Ushkowitz and Darren Criss – hint at the varied and unexpected hookups and reunions – “there’s anger, there’s love,” and Chris Colfer, in his own interview, describes how relationships will be rekindled – though he seems slightly less enthused about it than Jenna and Darren, and, in our opinion, looks like he’s doing his best to hide a sarcastic remark. (Chris Colfer has not been subtle, in interviews, about finding romantic plots quite tedious and has become increasingly sardonic about Klaine – those articles are a few of dozens.)
What part of “I Do” are you most looking forward to? As a Broadway fan and dedicated Schuester-hater, this writer is particularly excited for “Not Getting Married” and the implication that Will may get stood up at the altar! This episode also marks the first time that all of the original New Directions – well, probably not Matt, or Lauren Zizes, but all of the main graduates, including Kurt, Rachel, Puck, Quinn, Santana, Mercedes and Mike – will return to Lima in the same episode.
“I Do” will air on February 14, so if you don’t have a Valentine, don’t worry – you’ll still have Glee.
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