Glee To Perform Katy Perry's 'Teenage Dream' on Next Episode
It's going to be a big week on "Glee" this week, and to help alleviate the overwhelming sensation of epicness that comes with every episode, here's a sneak peak of one of the numbers coming up in tomorrow's (Nov. 9) edition.
Creator Ryan Murphy and the rest of the glee club will take on bullying, especially targeted at gay teens in this week's "Never Been Kissed" episode. When Kurt tires of being pushed into lockers and slushied because he's the only gay student at McKinley High, he considers transferring to an all-boys school. On his first day, the students give Kurt a perfect performance of Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" that brings Kurt (and us) nearly to tears. We have our fingers double crossed that the brown-eyed cutie in this number will become Kurt's rumored boyfriend for this season.
Video: "Glee" Rendition of Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream"
Back at McKinley, the Shuester will be assigning another "boys vs. girls" mash-up session -- with boys having to take on feminine perspective songs, "Stop! In the Name of Love/Free Your Mind" by The Supremes/En Vogue.
The girls will channel their masculine sides with a mash-up of "Start Me Up" by The Rolling Stones and "Livin' On A Prayer" by Bon Jovi. Also, we look forward to Puck's return from juvy (see: Mark Salling's temporary adventure to non-"Glee" rockstardom) and his duet with Artie singing "One Love" by Bob Marley.
Use the next 24 hours wisely to prepare yourself for this jam-packed episode. It's a lot of work Gleeking out this hard, phew.