Listen To “Friday” And More From The “Glee” Prom Playlist
Posted by Newson 05/06/2011 at 2:04 PM
It was initially reported that Glee would add Rebecca Black’s “Friday” to its prom episode last month—when perhaps both the viral sensation and the show itself had reached their saturation points with audiences. Yet two mega-hits are better than one, and Ryan Murphy would rather be fashionably late to the party than miss out on it all together. Tuesday’s “Prom Queen” episode already boasts a killer take on Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep” by Lea Michele and Jonathan Groff, and now we give you “Friday,” the fun, fun, fun, fun McKinley High version as sung by Glee boys Mark Salling, Kevin McHale and Chord Overstreet.
And just because it actually is Friday, enjoy the rest of the tracks that will set the mood at McKinley’s prom come Tuesday:
“Dancing Queen,” ABBA
“Isn’t She Lovely,” Stevie Wonder
“Jar of Hearts,” Christina Perri
“I’m Not Going To Teach Your Boyfriend How To Dance With You,” Black Kids
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