Glee Season 4 – Sadie Hawkins – Listen to Full Songs! (AUDIO)

GLEE: Unique (Alex Newell, L) and Marley (Melissa Benoist, R) perform in the

Check out these full songs from the Sadie Hawkins episode 11 of Glee, airing Thursday January 24!

In this episode, Tina and the girls organize a Sadie Hawkins dance at McKinley High. Tina has a method to her madness–she has a crush on Blaine. Uhm. That’s a little hopeless, isn’t it? She sings “I Don’t Know How to Love Him” in response. And the girls open the episode with “Tell Him” as way to empower themselves.

Meanwhile, Sam and Blaine investigate a possible CHEATING scandal at Dalton. You know what that means. New Directions will end up back in the Regionals game!

The McKinley boys sing “No Scrubs” at the dance. Ryder only has eyes for…Marly!  And the arrangement of “Baby Got Back” is. Uhm. Interesting.  Not the least because a singer, Jonathan Coulton, is claiming Glee ripped off his arrangement. Oops.

And Kurt meets a new love interest named Adam (Oliver Kieran Jones)  at NYADA. Since we ALL know Klaine is end game, a dalliance with the new cutie will be no biggie.   Adam and the NYADA Apples sing a rather, uhm, interesting version of “Baby Got Back.”  Will the performance be reminiscent of Blaine serenading Kurt with “Teenage Dream” back in Season 2?  Hm.

BTW,  the arrangement of “Baby Got Back”  is causing quite the controversy.  Singer,  Jonathan Coulton, is claiming Glee ripped off his arrangement. Oops.

Tell Him by Vonda Shepard – Brittany & Marley

Tell Him

I Don’t Know How To Love Him from Jesus Christ Superstar – Tina (Yes, the song is about Blaine)

I Don’t Know How To Love Him

Baby Got Back by Sir Mix a Lot – NYADA Apples featuring Adam (Oliver Kieran Jones)

Baby Got Back

No Scrubs by TLC – Artie, Blaine, Ryder, Sam and Joe

No Scrubs

Locked Out Of Heaven By Bruno Mars – Marley and Wade

Locked Out Of Heaven

I Only Have Eyes For You by The Flamingos – Ryder

I Only Have Eyes For You

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