It's another 'Glee'bate! If you're a Gleek, you know that there's a special episode of 'Glee' airing right after the Super Bowl on Sunday, but while everyone has been talking about the big 'Thriller/Heads Will Roll' mashup, the Dalton Academy Warblers have been practicing their own game time strategy.
There's been so much drama lately -- breakups, bulling, Christmas present-stealing -- that New Directions may have lost sight of what's coming up: Regionals. But the Warblers have their eye on the prize, and they're practicing for it with a new cover of Destiny's Child's 'Bills, Bills, Bills.'
This isn't the first time the private school's glee club has performed a female-fronted song -- Darren Criss first blew Gleeks away with his amazing rendition of Katy Perry's 'Teenage Dream.' The a capella group obviously has the confidence to pull off anything, but there's one person who sticks out like a sore thumb: Kurt.
As a member of New Directions, we got to see Kurt shine with songs like 'Bad Romance' and '4 Minutes.' Oh, and let's not forget that emotional cover of 'I Want to Hold Your Hand.' But ever since he transferred, Kurt has just become part of the ensemble, looking ever-so-awkward in the bunch.
Aside from his 'Don't Cry For Me Argentina' solo (which was all for nothing) and his 'Baby It's Cold Outside' duet with Blaine, there really hasn't been a lot of Kurt action on 'Glee' lately. Even in this rendition of 'Bills, Bills, Bills' it's all about Blaine, Blaine, Blaine.
Check out the full clip from this Sunday's 'The Sue Sylvester Bowl Shuffle' episode below. Do you want to see more songs by Kurt? Do you think the Warblers would have a better chance at Regionals if they let him sing? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.