‘Glee’ season 6 video: See Lea Michele’s Rachel perform ‘Let It Go’ in premiere

Rachel -The premiere of “Glee” is almost here, and with that in mind, Fox is starting to get a little liberal with its sharing of promotional material from the big episode.

If you look below, you can see a pair of different performances from the first episodes back, entitled “Loser Like Me” and “Homecoming.” the most notable one is obviously Rachel Berry (Lea Michele) singing “Let It Go,” and the reasoning for that is pretty easy to figure out. People really love “Frozen,” and when you consider the history with Michele and Idina Menzel, there would have probably been a revolt somewhere if Michele did not perform this song. Luckily, she does a very good job with it from start to finish, and anyone who traditionally loves her performances is probably going to be extremely happy with this.

While it could be said that the “Let It Go” performance is just Fox’s marketing department trying to make a quick buck, we’re going to argue that there is something more to it. After all, Rachel may need to let a few burdens go at the start of this episode, given that she was a failure in Los Angeles, and she’s going from that (and Broadway before that) to being back in her hometown, trying to get a high school glee club together.

As for the second video below, it is a little bit of an 80s classic in “Take On Me.” We love the visual style here, and it at least provides something that is a little bit different … even if the cover is pretty straightforward compared to the original. Doing original renditions of songs is something that the show has gotten a little away from in recent years.

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