'Glee' is fast approaching its graduation episode, and to celebrate this very special time, a new Glee graduation album is being released.
Graduation is literally right around the corner for some of our favorite New Directions members, but what will happen to them after graduation (and on 'Glee' next season?)?
Luckily, E! Online has some 'Glee' prom and graduation spoilers to help ease this passing into the next chapter of the McKinley high graduating seniors' sagas.
Of course, if you don't want to know what's in store, then stop reading now.
You can take a look at the 'Glee' graduation album song list and see some spoilers right there. Well, maybe nothing too revealing, except for the fact that many of these will be dripping with emotion.
Let's just say you may want to have the tissues handy for the final episodes.
Among the more sentimental song choices are Green Day's 'Time of Your Life," Madonna's 'I'll Remember' and 'Forever Young.'
Glee Graduation Album Tracklist:
'We Are Young' - fun.
'Edge Of Glory' - Lady Gaga
'I Won't Give Up' - Jason Mraz
'We Are The Champions' - Queen
'School's Out' - Alice Cooper
'I Was Here' - Beyonce
'I'll Remember' - Madonna
'You Get What You Give' - New Radicals
'Not The End' - The Bravery
'Roots Before Branches' - Room for Two
'Glory Days' - Bruce Springsteen
'Forever Young' - Bob Dylan
'Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)' - Green Day
E! also speculates what's to come of Klaine, as Kurt (Chris Colfer) is set to graduate and go to New York and Blaine (Darren Criss) will be sticking around New Directions next year. Long distance relationships can be tough!
And of course, there is plenty of prom excitement to come, with Brittany in charge of the festivities.
In an interview with TV Guide, Darren Criss commented on prom: "It's a dinosaur-themed prom because Brittany is class president and she's managed to get her wacky ways through. Kurt and Blaine obviously didn't want a do-over of last time, so they're going to take matters into their own hands. They're going to do something very different to make sure it doesn't happen that way again."
We can't wait!
Darren also spoke about the 'Glee' graduation, noting, "This goes back to the beginning of the season where everyone was in a huff about people graduating and leaving, but I don't think it's a matter of saying goodbye so much as it is about moving on."
He added, "It's about having a departure point and having grown into another person from the person you were when you started high school. [Creator] Ryan Murphy is a big believer in the idea that high school is a machine where you come in as one person and you exit another."
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