kicks off this Tuesday,
Are you just as excited as we are?! With the highly-anticipated return,
our minds are reeling to try to figure out the new plots and the
future songs the show’s gonna cover.
A new season of
all wait for such questions to be answered, we thought, why not come
up with a list of crazy ideas for songs our favorite Gleeks to sing.
Hey, fiction can be just as fun as fact!
Way You Make Me Feel" (Michael Jackson)
Brittany and Santana
your thoughts are on the late king of pop, you can't dispute his
great music! And when these two gals get together, some serious
musical magic happens. While we liked their rendition of “Landslide”
with Gwen Paltrow, we think these two are best when it’s just them
"against the music."
Point of No Return" (The
Phantom of the Opera)
Rachel and Finn
love to see how Glee
would trim down this long song! Remember when Rachel wished for a
Phantom of the Opera
glee club lesson? We're totally on board.
Put a Spell on You" (Screamin’ Jay Hawkins)
Sue and Will
thinking Sue could sing as she plotted some sort of anti-Glee scheme
or at a costume dance like in the classic Halloween flick "Hocus
Pocus!" And Mr. Schue could be teaching the Glee club a
Halloween-themed lesson. Sort of a parallel type thing!
Want You to Want Me" (Cheap Trick)
Puck and Artie
love to see them perform this song for Lauren (and whoever Artie is
crushing on this coming season) a la Heath Ledger in 10
Things I Hate About You.
We’re seeing the number complete with police officers chasing him
down and an accompaniment from a marching band.
Tag" (Jessie J ft. B.o.B.)
song is made for Ms. Jones! It has her sass and she would rock it.
Maybe she could even try her hand at the rapping, too.
No Mountain High Enough" (Marvin Gaye)
Kurt and Blaine
too cute and we love how they sound together. We imagine this duet
with some rock edge and Blaine on the piano.
song are you hoping gets covered by a certain character on this
season of Glee?
Blog about it, babes.
BY MARY HOJNOSKI ON 9/17/2011 7:00:00 AM
POSTED IN entertainment, television, Glee, music, music we love