Glee Roundup Part Two: Dance Down Memory Lane With New Directions

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Bradleigh-Ann Walker
Staff Writer

If any of you Gleeks are as anti-spoiler as Jennifer Lawrence is, ABORT. Do not read this post.

We’re only going to warn you once!

As we’ve shared with you already, the title for episode 13, which will be part two of Glee’s 100th episode event, has been revealed as “New Directions.”

It will include seven performances, among them Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing” and “Total Eclipse of the Heart” by Bonnie Tyler.

You all may remember your favorite characters played by Cory Monteith, Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, Kevin McHale, Amber Riley and Jenna Ushkowitz belting out Journey’s 1980s hit during the pilot way back in 2009.

Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) was a teacher determined to reinvent the seven students into a Glee Club that the rest of the high school could respect, despite those who doubted.

Later on in the season, Bonnie Tyler’s song was the soundtrack to a breakup between Rachel (Lea Michele) and Jesse (Jonathan Groff).

If you’d like to take a dance down memory lane before the 100th episode, watch the performances down below!

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