Glee Season 4 Spoilers 4x13 - Diva Songs AUDIO mp3 Bring Him Home

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Listen to the songs from this week’s Glee, airing February 7,  titled “Diva”. There are 7 songs in this episode, which is devoted to celebrating the Diva in all of us.

And men can be Divas, too you know, as we find out when Unique (Alex Newell), Blaine (Darren Criss), Brittany (Heather Morris), Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz), Marley (Melissa Benoist) and Kitty (Becca Tobin) bring out the glitter and glam for a performance of Beyonce’s  ”Diva”.

Naya Rivera as Santana returns in a big way in this episode. And if you are a big Naya fan as I am WE’RE IN LUCK. She sings 3 songs this week, and all of them are divine.  Tina Turner’s “Nutbush City Limits” is my favorite of the three–gritty, soulful and FIERCE.  Santana and Sam (Chord Overstreet) sing a gorgeous rendition of Barbara Streisand’s “Make No Mistake She’s Mine” as they confront each other over the woman they both love.  The emotional aftermath pushes Santana to make a big decision about a job offer, which could very well mean a move to New York City.  Finally she sings a sweeping  ”Girl on Fire.” Girl IS a Diva.

Over in New York City, Rachel (Lea Michele)  has been doing her own Diva thing. But not in a good way. She’s allowed her big winter showcase triumph to go to her head, and with the aim of taking his gal pal down a peg or two, Kurt (Chris Colfer) challenges her to a sing-off. Does this sound familiar? Shades of “Defying Gravity,” but something tells me Kurt WON’T be blowing any notes this time.  They sing “Bring Him Home” from Les Miserables.  It’s going to be a close contest for sure, but personally, I prefer Kurt’s plaintive, emotional version to Rachel’s theatrical rendition. But both are pretty fantastic.

Cool to see Tina taking the solo spotlight with a performance of  Madonna’s “Hung Up.”  Here, her infatuation with Blaine finally boils over. Each of them have to come to terms with what their hopeless crushes mean. In Blaine’s case, he has feelings for his straight best friend, Sam.  Speaking of which, there is no stopping Blaine as he performs Queen’s ebullient anthem “Don’t Stop Me Now.” Diva indeed.

Read More:

Glee Season 4: Diva 4×13 Video Preview!
Glee Season 4: Diva 4×13 – Photos, Song Spoilers and More
Glee Photo Spoilers from “Diva” and “I Do” (Valentines/Wedding Special) (UPDATED)

Listen to the songs below

Diva by Beyonce – Unique, Blaine, Brittany, Tina, Marley, Kitty

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Don’t Stop Me Now by Queen – Blaine

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Nutbush City Limits by Ike and Tina Turner – Santana

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Make No Mistake, She’s Mine by by Barbara Streisand – Santana and Sam

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Bring Him Home from Les Misérables – Rachel and Kurt

Kurt Solo

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Rachel Solo

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Hung Up by Madonna – Tina

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Girl On Fire by Alicia Keys – Santana

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  • jennyl2

    This is the 2nd time this Season that I love every single song in one episode. :)

  • Pretty Horsey

    As a Naya fangirl I’ve missed her this season. Now that Santana is going to NY I hope she will be part of the show more.

  • Axxxel

    More Naya, less Brody and Adam ?

  • Axxxel

    Yeah for Kurt and Rachel roommates drama !

  • mjsbigblog

    I like Brody and Adam! I like Adam as long as he goes away by the end of the season, though. Ha. Brochel for the win however, rather than Finchel

  • Axxxel

    :-)   .  Just wondering how they are going to fit Santana in New York with such a jam packed cast .  As you predicted in another thread, there may be some Kurt-Santana fights…And how is Brody going to react if Santana does move in with Kurt and Rachel ? Aha Brody and Santana fireworks ! So maybe less Rachel ? (so that Lea Michele can work on her record)…Brody is ok to me, eventhough I was still wondering about the image he has as someone who love the new-comers… So will he be interesting until the next new-comer will keep his attention away from Rachel? Or not….

    Adam… I guess he will be good for some off-screen steamy action with Kurt.. sigh…
    And Adam is such a gorgeous looking guy with such a cute British accent… *swoon*. I am sure that Klaine is endgame…despite the hurt and  broken hearts…

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/VFHRUD5RUD5Q3YXK32TVBMBF4A Souza

    Tina is so forgetable Karaoke. I’m embarassed whenever she sings.
    Santana has a good voice but these are so high, same for Kurt.
    Not good audios all around.

  • milwlovesadam

    Oh Chris, your voice is sublime. I teared up listening to Bring Him Home. So beautiful…..

  • http://twitter.com/starfishy2000 DD

    I loved Kurt’s “Bring Him Home”. Absolutely loved it. And I just finally listened to Blaine’s “Don’t Stop Me Now” and am really curious as to the context of him singing the song. Don’t get me wrong, Darren kills on it, but will be interesting if it is storyline driven, or fluff.

    BTW: HAPPY 26TH BIRTHDAY DARREN CRISS!!!!!

  • Kirsten

    I think Rachel wins the diva-off. For me (for you for me), the song is meant to be theatrical and imbued with tension/passion.  Kurt sings a very pleasant version of the song (the song is right in the sweet spot of his range), but there is no emotion. How can you not be emotional when you are pleading with God to save the kid who is going to steal away your daughter and you actually need him to do it (because the damn Javert is the freakin’ Energizer Bunny of stalkers)?

  • fuzzywuzzy

    Both renditions of “Bring Him Home” are wonderful, but I like Rachel’s a bit better. It touched me emotionally more than Kurt’s, and as Kirsten said, this is a very emotional song.

    Kirsten wrote:

    How can you not be emotional when you are pleading with God to save the kid who is going to steal away your daughter and you actually need him to do it (because that damn Javert is the freakin’ Energizer Bunny of stalkers)?

    lmao! So true!

  • mjsbigblog

    Kurt sings a very pleasant version of the song (the song is right in the sweet spot of his range), but there is no emotion.

    That goes to show you how music and art can affect people differently. For me, Kurt’s version is filled with emotion and vulnerability–his voice cracks a little a the end from the weight of his feelings. I got a little goosbumpy listening to it.

    Rachel’s version, on the other hand, is an incredible vocal showcase.  Lea can hit those notes. But I wasn’t as moved.

  • WestiesRule

    I love Girl on Fire… I pretty much love anything Naya does.