'Glee' Going "Gangnam Style," Because Of Course It IsKevin Fitzpatrick |
It's just never going away, is it? Like Rebecca Black's "Friday" and Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" before it, Psy's uber-catchy dance hit "Gangnam Style" will never leave our ear-holes, no matter how many carnivorous ear worms we insert. Well, if we have to hear it one more time, it might as well be on an upcoming episode of 'Glee,' right? After that, and Halloween, we can officially declare "Gangnam Style" over, right? Right? Prepare yourselves for video.
"You know we had to do it," says 'Glee' star Kevin McHale. By "it," of course, he refers to 'Glee's own rendition of the omnipresent trotting/thrusting dance-floor Psy hit "Gangnam Style," to be performed by the New Directions in an upcoming episode toward the end of November. Considering the hit FOX musical series has capitalized on both Rebecca Black's "Friday" and Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" in past episodes, we're not quite sure we should have expected any different.
In any case, to commemorate the event, FOX released a special behind-the-scenes look into the show, its dance choreography rehearsals in particular, wherein the cast practices the South Korean pop star's signature moves.
If you can stomach another go around on "Gangnam Style," check out the video below, and tell us any songs you'd like to see 'Glee' cover in the future!