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Menzel & Michele's 'Next To Me' From GLEE Now Available

Menzel & Michele's 'Next To Me' From GLEE Now AvailableBroadway/Hollywood crossover superstars Idina Menzel and Lea Michele reteam for a big duet on this week's episode of Glee and the single is now available for download on iTunes a few days early.

On the episode, Menzel and Michele lend their titanic vocal instruments to the current Emeli Sandi hit "Next To Me".

"And the rising pressure makes it hard to breathe," they passionately sing.

If we remember one of Rachel's past auditions - that for NYADA, no less - we know she can let the pressure get the best of her. Will she succomb?

"Sweet Dreams" finds Shelby Corcoran (Menzel) re-appearing in her erstwhile estranged daughter's life, just as Rachel (Michele) is auditioning for a large-scale revival of FUNNY GIRL.

GLEE airs Thursdays at 9 PM on FOX.

More information on "Next To Me" is available here.

Listen to "Next To Me" performed by Idina Menzel and Lea Michele below.


Photo Credit: FOX

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