Listen to the music from Glee 4×12 titled “Naked.” The episode airs on Thursday, January 31.
In “Naked,” New Directions produces a calender, featuring sexy shirtless photos to raise money for their trip to Regionals. Oh yeah, Regionals is a go after Sam and Blaine busted The Warblers, who won Sectionals under the influence of performance enhancing drugs.
Meanwhile, during the course of shooting the calendar, Blaine and the other gleeks have to step in when Sam’s obsession with his body reaches extreme levels. The battle between Finn and Sue reaches a new level.
Miles away in New York City, Rachel is faced with a personal dilemma when cast in a student film–she’s expected to go topless! Fellow graduates, Quinn and Santana visit her in Bushwick to help out with her dilemma.
The songs: Rachel sings “Torn” as a duet with her old self–dressed in knee socks and reindeer sweaters–and her new sexy, more worldly self. Which side will win out? The gang is back together, as Rachel, Quinn and Santana sing “Love Story.”
Jake, Ryder and Sam steam things up with a mashup of “Hot in Herre” and “Centerfold”. Uhm what? My least favorite song of the week.
New lovebirds, Jake and Marley sing Christina Perry’s beautiful song, “A Thousand Years.” Second best song of the week is an acoustic version of “Let My Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)” sung tenderly by Jake to Marley.
And the number 1 song is New Directions performing the joyful and celebratory “This is The New Year”.
Torn by Natalie Imbruglia – Rachel
Hot In Herre/Centerfold by Nelly/J. Geils band – Jake, Ryder & Sam
A Thousand Years by Christina Perri – Jake & Marley
Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To Love Yourself) by Ne-Yo Marley)
Love Song by Sara Bareilles – Rachel, Quinn & Santana
This Is The New Year by – Artie, Brittany, Blaine, Wade, Marley, Tina, Sam, Jake & Ryder
Glee “Naked” Photo Gallery
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