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Glee takes a classic spin with Emma and Will's duet of ALL THE WORLD, from the film ROYAL WEDDING, when Fox's hit show returns on March 7. Check out their black and white number below!
The spring premiere of GLEE, titled "Girls (And Boys) On Film," follows the kids of New Directions as they go head-to-head in a boys vs. Girls mash-up competition using the music of the movies. Santana's snooping results in two shocking discoveries. Plus, GLEE's 500th performance will be featured.
The fourth season of Glee finds many the original gleeks of McKinley High having graduated at the close of last school year - Finn (Cory Monteith), Santana (Naya Rivera), Quinn (Dianna Agron), Mike (Harry Shum Jr.) and Mercedes (Amber Riley) among them - but they now act as mentors to the remaining core Glee club members - Blaine (Darren Criss), Sam (Chord Overstreet), Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz), Sugar (Vanessa Lengies) and others who make up the new New Directions 4.0, along with a whole new crew of fresh faces - ranging from the aforementioned kindhearted outsider Marley and cruel Kitty to clueless Ryder (Blake Jenner), troublemaker Noah (Jacob Artist) and gender-bending Unique (Alex Newell). Then, there are the exciting new stars of the New York City-set split-storyline newly being explored in the narrative of the show as it passes seventy-five episodes, still going strong - centering on Rachel and Kurt (Chris Colfer)'s adventures in the Big Apple and tracing their memorable mentors, Cassandra (Kate Hudson) and Isabelle (Sarah Jessica Parker). As this week's "Swan Song" prepares us for the December 13 winter finale Christmas extravaganza, many questions hang in the air pertaining to the vast cast of characters comprising the wild, wacky and oh-so-idiosyncratic universe created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan on FOX's GLEE.
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