On Saturday, we took a look at some of the music that will be featured as a part of Tuesday night’s “Saturday Night Glee-Ver” tribute; and now, we are looking more in-depth at some of the video performances from the episode (at least the ones released by Fox thus far).
If there is one thing that we have taken from these two numbers, it’s this — Heather Morris has been to the School of Disco at some point in her life.
“You Should Be Dancing” – Who doesn’t love to see Brittany and Mike Chang dance? While Darren Criss’ Blaine handles most of the lead vocals for the Bee Gees number (and occasionally sounds not like Darren Criss as a result), both Morris and Harry Shum Jr. contribute to the song vocally as well as with the performance.
Unfortunately, there’s not much plot-wise that we get out of this performance at all, as the entire second half of it is set in the auditorium just as many “Glee” numbers are.
“Disco Inferno” – As we’ve said previously, Amber Riley completely kills it on the vocals for this disco classic, but what is equally impressive is how Morris and Naya Rivera manage to spin around a dozen times here without getting dizzy and falling over.
The first half of this performance is set in the hallway, with the trio later wrapping things up in a disco-themed choir room. There are once again few spoilers to share from the performance — though it is worth noting that Sue Sylvester is in the audience along with New Directions (which shouldn’t come as too big of a surprise when you remember what happened last week during “Big Brother”).
Which one of these performances is your favorite?