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Glee Music Preview: "A Night of Neglect"

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Next Tuesday (April 19) on Glee, Sue learns of New Directions' attempts to help fundraise for another underdog school club, and tries to stop them with the help of various antagonists.

More importantly, in “A Night of Neglect,” Gwyneth Paltrow sings on Adele’s “Turning Tables”, while Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina) takes the lead on Lykke Li’s “I Follow Rivers,”

Guest star Charice (Sunshine Corazon) channels her inner Celine Dion for “All By Myself,” and Amber Riley (Mercedes) offers her take on Aretha Franklin’s “Ain’t No Way.”

Watch Fox's promo and listen to all four songs below!

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Can't wait for Tuesday!

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Meant 'NO doubt'

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I prefer Celine's version and Jamie O'Neal's from the Bridget Jones Diary film. Can't say I'm blown away with Charice's voice, it's powerful not doubt but still not as beautiful to my ear as Lea/Amber/Kevin's voices (not to mention the non-Glee singers I adore). I won't slate her but her voice isn't to my taste, it's okay in small doses but there are other singers I'd rather listen to. Can't say any of these songs are doing anything for me but when I see them in the context of the episode I might change my mind (it's happened before, and I'm thrilled for it).

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I do not know about anyone else, but I do not like Charice's voice. Yes, she has the notes and good tone and is on pitch, but she sounds so nasally when she sings. It makes me not like her voice. She is by far no Celine Dion.

Glee Quotes

Beiste: Dr. Jones said the new end of world date is September 27, 2014
Brittany: That gives us like two whole years of giving love and brutal honesty to everyone we know.

Will: I hate to say it but I think as long as you keep being yourself, your life is probably going to be a constant string of 'don't belongs'.
Unique: I know. I should probably start getting used to it.
Will: No, no. You should never get used to it. All great changes come from people who refused to get used to what was accepted but wasn't right. Slavery, gay rights, New Coke.

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