A Glee Throwback: Some Of Our Favorite Musical Moments
The series may be over, but the music lives on
On May 19, 2009, Glee premiered and quickly became one of the most followed series on TV. It made international stars of Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Chris Colfer, Darren Criss, Naya Rivera, Dianna Agron and Chord Overstreet. It was a story of high school misfits and teenagers without much guidance and direction, coming together because of their common love for music.
Yes, their stories were ones we could relate to somehow and we all found a favorite character. But what really made Glee special were the songs that it brought with it.
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Don’t Stop Believing (S1E1)
The song that started it all.
Lea Michele (Rachel) and Jonathan Groff (Jesse)
Lea Michele and Jonathan Groff proving their chemisty is bigger than the stage.
One Less Bell To Answer (S1E16)
Kristin Chenoweth (April)
Because one other great thing about Glee is that it brought some powerhouse vocalists into the mix.
Dream On (S1E19)
Matthew Morrison (Will) and Neil Patrick Harris (Bryan)
While we loved the acoustic covers, this one really brought the house down.
To Sir With Love (S1E22)
Because we all have that one person who steered us into the right direction and we all saw how much impact Will Shuester had on the New Directions.
Chord Overstreet (Sam)
Because this introduced us to Chord Overstreet.
We Are Young (S3E8)
It's inevitable for friends to fight, but we all get past in in the end. And hey, sometimes all it takes is a little reminder that we still deserve a little bit of fun every now and again.
Human Nature (S3E11)
Chord Overstreet (Sam) and Amber Riley (Mercedes)
It's not easy to cover something from the King of Pop, but Chord and Amber Riley really made this their own.
Give Your Heart A Break (S4E4)
Lea Michele (Rachel) and Dean Geyer (Brody)
Each of us followed the story of Rachel and Finn and this scene was heartbreaking for everyone.
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If I Die Young (S5E3)
Naya Rivera (Santana)
Because when Cory Monteith died, all of us could feel it.
Let’s face it: Glee may be over, but their covers and our appreciation for the cast's talent live on.