While we know that the wait for “Glee’s“return on February 25 is going to be a long one, won’t it at least be easier to have a few reminders mixed in on some of the music that you’re going to be hearing moving forward? We like to think so.
Well, the following bit of news serves as some sort of confirmation about what is coming up within the first few episodes of the next portion of the season … and for all of you Adam Lambert fans out there, it is very much Starchild-based. According to a new report from TVLine, one of them is going to be a duet involving Chris Colfer’s Kurt, and pole-dancing could be involved here somewhere. (This, based on what we’ve heard, was the first of the two duets to at least film, and it would make some sense for it to be in the first episode back, entitled “Frenemies.”)
Meanwhile, there is also a duet that was previously confirmed featuring Adam and Lea Michele’s Rachel, and the report suggests that Heart’s hit “Barracuda” is likely going to be their song. While the tune has not be confirmed, wouldn’t that be a little bit on the epic side? These two together have the voices to make something like this happen, and you have to imagine that some of the music producers behind the scenes at the show have been scouring for some of the biggest songs possible to give Adam to perform thanks to the quality of his voice.
As for how much longer you are going to see him on the show, the simple answer to that is “probably not that much longer.” Adam’s got his own gigs to do, and this was only meant to be an arc of a handful of episodes to begin with. While there is no definitive count out there, it’s best to just enjoy him while you can.
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