In “The End of Twerk,” the glee club learns the dance of the hour: twerking. Meanwhile, Marley (Benoist) discovers Jake’s (Jacob Artist) relationship with Bree, and Rachel (Lea Michele) tries to convince Kurt (Chris Colfer) they both should get tattoos.
Other songs in the episode include Robin Thicke‘s “Blurred Lines,” Beyonce‘s “If I Were a Boy,” and more!
Melissa Benoist – “Wrecking Ball” Cover
WHAT DO YOU THINK of Melissa Benoist’s version of “Wrecking Ball”?
Billy Boy is the story of a young man’s pursuit of redemption and self-discovery. The movie focuses on a teen who was born into the wrong life. Like so many of the youth of today, the film represents those who struggle to better themselves in spite of extreme obstacles.
“This film is definitely a passion project for all of us involved,” Blake tells JJJ. “When I was initially writing it and bouncing ideas off of Melissa, we knew that creating a truthful story with genuine, faceted characters was really important to us. A story that will hopefully move people if we have the chance to make it.”
Lea Michele curls her finger in this new promo for the upcoming season of Glee.
As previously reported and confirmed by Ryan Murphy, the first two episodes will be Beatles-themed and the third episode will deal with Finn’s (Cory Monteith) passing.
“I think it turned out to be a lovely tribute, and it’s a very heartfelt look at how young people grieve,” Ryan shared.
He added, “After that, we’re going to take two weeks or three weeks down to get our heads together because it’s been a really hard thing to write. We loved Cory and we loved Finn and it feels like a huge loss and a huge heartache not to have either of them around. We’re trying to craft an episode that’s not just about us grieving but about a lot of the young fans grieving.”