If you’ve seen Sue’s shot-by-shot remake of Madonna’s Vogue music video yet…wait, you haven’t? In the words of Henrik of BuddyTV – How could you? Well, if you did miss it when it aired in the U.S. during the spring premiere of Glee this past week, it’s something you’re going to want to check out. And not just for some awesome Jane Lynch vocals.
Speaking of Madonna…episode 15, “The Power of Madonna” is coming up next week, and so far we’ve had tons of speculations about who’s singing what songs. So if you’re on of those Gleeks that just can’t wait to find out all the dirty details before the episode next Tuesday, we have ‘em for you right here. But be warned – SPOILERS AHEAD:
SPOILER ALERT: Of course, this means spoilers, so if you don’t want to be spoiled, don’t read past this paragraph!
“Express Yourself” by the ladies of New Directions
In this episode, Will has everyone sing Madonna songs after concerns that the guys are not treating the girls nicely. Here’s the female glee clubbers’ declaration of independence of sorts.
“Borderline”/”Open Your Heart” by Rachel and Finn
For those of you who are afraid that Jesse will tear the Rachel/Finn pair-up apart, fear no further.
“Vogue” by Sue
Yes, this is amazing, even when watched again and again. But I think this works better when watched on the episode, as it is followed by…
“Like A Virgin” by Emma, Finn, Jesse, Rachel, Santana and Will
Three things: One, yes, Santana gets to sing. Two, one of the clips from the first new Glee promo came from this episode. Three, this sequence made me go “did they really just do this?”
“4 Minutes” by Mercedes and Kurt
If you’ve watched the Glee special on Oprah very closely, you’ll know what I’m taking about.
“What It Feels Like For A Girl” by the men of New Directions
It’s your obligatory I-have-learned-my-lesson performance. Except for Puck.
“Like A Prayer” by New Directions
This is the sing-along moment of the episode, and it nicely features solos from pretty much everyone… and then some. Let’s leave it at that. “The Power of Madonna” ends with a development you’ll probably find a bit confusing, but absolutely interesting. Oh, and you can listen to this too as well: