VIDEO: Watch All the Performances from GLEE's 'New Directions' Episode
On last night's episode of FOX's GLEE, as the fate of the Glee club becomes a reality, April (guest star Kristin Chenoweth) and Holly (guest star Gwyneth Paltrow) plot a plan to save New Directions. Meanwhile, Rachel and Santana attempt to make amends after their blowout fight.
Below, watch all the performances from the episode including:
Kurt and Mercedes acknowledge their new directions with "I Am Changing" from Dreamgirls.
Holly Holliday and the New Directions get their jam on to Eddie Murphy's "Party All The Time."
Rachel and Santana attempt to make amends with "Be Okay" by Oh Honey.
Puck and Quinn bask in the glow of their reunion with Pink's "Just Give Me A Reason."
Artie, Tina, Sam and Blaine perform an original song, "Loser Like Me."
The New Directions pay tribute to the incredible Mr. Schue with one of their (and Journey's) all-time classic hits, "Don't Stop Believin'."
Glee is a musical comedy about a group of ambitious and talented kids who escape the harsh realities of high school by joining a Glee club, where they find strength, acceptance and, ultimately, their voice. Last year's graduates and aspiring singers, RACHEL BERRY (Lea Michelle) and KURT HUMMEL (Chris Colfer), packed their bags for New York and enrolled at a prestigious performing arts school, NYADA, where they made new friends and learned the cruel realities of college. These naïve freshmen moved into a Brooklyn loft, signed up for internships, auditioned for Broadway shows and gained a roommate when SANTANA LOPEZ (Naya Rivera) moved to the Big Apple.
Since its debut, Glee has become a bona fide cultural phenomenon, received prestigious honors, including a Golden Globe Award and a Peabody Award, and singlehandedly made Glee clubs cool again. The series boasts critical acclaim, a die-hard fan base, two Grammy Award nominations, two platinum and five gold albums, more than 43 million songs and more than 13 million albums sold worldwide, two sold-out concert tours, a 3-D movie and four Emmy Awards and three Golden Globes, including the award for Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical.
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