W.W.G.D. – What Would Glee Do? 5 Songs We Demand To Be Covered In Season 4 [VIDEO]

August 27, 2012 2:20 am

Darren Criss and Jenna Ushkowitz of “New Directions” are set to collaborate on the 2012 summer anthem, “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen in the upcoming season 4 premiere of Glee. This first episode titled, ‘The New Rachel’ will kick off on Thursday, September 13th and will also feature the ballads “Chasing Pavements” by Adele and “New York State of Mind” by Billy Joel.

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After a new season 4 teaser was released, our intrigue spiked as to which artists will be covered on the upcoming season. Here are some tunes we are dying to see the cast of Glee cover!

Spice Girls: After the Spice Girls’ triumphant and scantily clad return during the closing ceremonies of the 2012 Olympics, the new Glee girl group, The Trouble Tones, have a perfect platform to smash out hits such as “Spice Up Your Life” and “Wannabe.”

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Josh Groban: The deep and sultry voice of Groban would be a perfect fit for Mr. Shuester played by Mathew Morrison, especially considering he hopes to take his relationship to the next level with school counselor Emma Pillsbury. “You Raise Me Up” sung with an intimate and pop spin would certainly seal the deal for any woman!

Carrie Underwood: As the reigning queen of country music, Carrie’s power house vocals and pop twist make her the ultimate candidate for (another) Glee cover! The thought of Rachel Berry, played by Lea Michele holding par with the American Idol winner on hits such as “Before He Cheats” and “Good Girl,” is one to absolutely look forward to!

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Demi Lovato: “Give Your Heart a Break” is easily one of the catchiest songs to hit the radio in a long time. With an army of Lovatics gearing up for her return on the X-Factor, a Glee cover is the next step to an amazing year for this former Disney star!

Beyoncé : With rumors of Unique, played by Alex Newell, transferring to McKinley High during season 4, Beyoncé is the ideal diva for him to tackle. As one of the first transgender characters on television, “If I Were a Boy” would highlight Unique’s struggle with his sexuality while simultaneously blowing the audience away with his commanding vocals.

Who would you most like to see covered on the upcoming season of Glee? Let us know in your comments below!

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