'Glee's' Trading Slushies For The Big Apple In Season Two

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In a new video teasing Glee's second season premiere, we learn that Nationals will be held in New York City this year and as a nod to the city that never sleeps, the next musical number we see McKinley perform on September 21 will be Jay-Z and Alicia Keys' "Empire State of Mind."

In the episode called "Audition," Mr. Schue rallies New Directions out of their we-didn't-place-at-Regionals slump by saying, "They say we only sing show tunes and '80s pop. Let's show them how down we are."

Of course, you can count on Sue Sylvester's Emmy winning attitude to be glee club's biggest "downer."

"Not everyone can be a champion," she says to Will. "We need fry cooks and bus drivers." LOL, Sue. LOL.

We know Finnchel will be grossly inseparable this season, but it looks like their first relationship bump will happen when Rachel overhears her guy tell Quinn, "I'd be lying if I said I didn't have feeling for you." Seriously, look around next time before you drop emotional bombs like that, Finn!
Watch this clip and tell us what you think of New Directions' gold chains, black shades, and baggy pants hip-hop style. Do the Glee kids make it fresh, or is the song just way too overplayed? Also check out the new season two Glee character pictures below!

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Looks like the slushie gag isn't going anywhere either. Want to know who the cast of Glee would like to "slushie" in real life? Watch our exclusive interview with them below to find out.

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