In which Blaine heads to a strip club and spots some familiar faces…
December 27 at 05:22PM EST by Semhar Debessai
Season 3: Episode 11
Photo Credit: PacificCoastNews.com
Finally, gleeks, we can take a break from scrupulously analyzing tweets to find out what Michael Jackson songs Glee will cover during their sure-to-be epic Season 3 tribute episode in January.
Granted, things should still change and/or get mercilessly cut (see: Naya Rivera’s much-anticipated “Santa Baby” number in Episode 9), but for now, Perez Hilton has offered up the following maybe set list for Episode 11:
- “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’” performed by Blaine (Darren Criss)
- “Bad” performed by New Directions & Warblers
- “I Just Can’t Stop Loving You” performed by Finn (Cory Monteith) &Rachel (Lea Michele)
- “Smooth Criminal” performed by Santana (Naya Rivera) & Sebastian(Grant Gustin)
- “Never Can Say Goodbye” performed by Quinn (Dianna Agron)
- “In The Closet” performed by Brittany (Heather Morris) & Santana
- “We Are The World” performed by New Directions & the Warblers
- “Black And White” performed by Puck
- “Ghost” / “Monster” performed by New Directions
- “Beat It” / “Billy Jean” performed by the Warblers
- “The Way You Make Me Feel” performed by Kurt (Chris Colfer)
- “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” performed by Artie (Kevin McHale)
Video: First Listen! Glee’s Dianna Agron as Quinn Sings Michael Jackson’s “Never Can Say Goodbye” in Season 3, Episode 11: “Michael”
“Bad” featuring the NDs? We totally called it. “Smooth Criminal” by Santana and Sebastian? We totally spoiled it. “I Just Can’t Stop Loving You” via Finchel? We totally — wait, what? Awww!
As for Brittana’s “In the Closet”… well, we wish we’d called that one. (See what we mean? Epic.)
In a lengthy new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Grant Gustin – the actor who will have a major role on next week’s new episode of Glee (3×05 The First Time) – discusses his character Sebastian and how co-star Darren Criss helped him through the filming process.
Gustin spoke at length about getting the part and how it has all been very new for him:
What was it like coming to set for the first time?
Gustin: It was crazy, I’d never been on a TV or film set before, ever. It was my first camera experience. I didn’t know what to expect, but it was so much fun. I feel so lucky to part of such a wonderful, relevant project when it’s at its peak. Darren was actually very cool, he would walk me through things as they were happening, helping me figure out what everyone’s job was and the lingo of a set, what type of shot was happening. I had no idea how wide a shot was or how tight a shot was, what the guy next to me was doing touching my costume between takes. Darren was really cool helping me figure out the ropes, and he wanted to be really clear he wasn’t demeaning me and I as like “no, bro, I need it!” Everyone was really cool and nice to me, and they didn’t need to do that! They’re TV stars and I’m nobody!
Darren had the same experience last year as coming into the Glee family did he give you any words of wisdom?
Gustin: Kind of, he told me nothing is going to prepare me for what’s going to happen. He said, “I wish he could give you advice, but your life is going to drastically change.” That’s the part I haven’t really wrapped my mind around yet I guess. My episode hasn’t aired, no one knows who I am, no one recognizes me, I’m just me. I don’t know what to expect yet I guess. Darren’s great, from what I’ve heard from people who’ve known him before this all happened, that he’s remained the same, and very cool. I can only hope the same for myself if I’m so lucky to blow up the way that he has.
just want a chance to see them in real person for once *deep sigh* we usually only see drawings!