Listen to the Glee Whitney Houston tribute episode songs here!
In the episode, titled "Dance with Somebody," Glee's graduating seniors contemplate their futures beyond McKinley High through Whitney's greatest songs.
Of course, the highlight of this 'Glee' episode is likely 'How Will I Know,' sung a cappella by Rachel (Lea Michele), Kurt (Chris Colfer), Santana (Naya Rivera), and Mercedes (Amber Riley).
Brittany (Heather Morris) and Santana (Rivera) take on 'Dance With Somebody' - the two are seen here dressed in the style of Whitney's music video for the song.
Joe (Samuel Larsen) and Quinn (Dianna Agron) sing 'Saving All My Love' - is there a Christian love connection?
Rachel and Santana sing 'So Emotional' and Blaine (Darren Criss) tackles 'It's Not Alright (But It's OK).'
Kurt (Colfer) sings 'I Have Nothing' to Blaine. What's going on between these two?
New Directions sings 'My Love Is Your Love,' with solo parts for Mercedes, Artie (Kevin McHale), Blaine and Kurt.
EW.com had some 'Glee' spoiler details, including this little nugget: "The biggest drama comes from relationship strain between Kurt and Blaine, due to Kurt meeting a flirty gay named Chandler at the music store."
The Hollywood Reporter revealed this spoiler about the Whitney episode: "Emma's (Jayma Mays) pamphlets return and prompt Will (Matthew Morrison) to come up with the week's Whitney tribute and its underlying theme: learning to let go. Turns out the New Directions gang aren't the only ones struggling with the end of an era as Will wants to move up the wedding from Christmas to May, which may or may not go over well."
'I Wanna Dance with Somebody' - Brittany and Santana
'It's Not Right But It's Okay' - Blaine
'How Will I Know' - Rachel, Santana, Kurt and Mercedes
'Saving All My Love' - Joe and Quinn
'So Emotional' - Rachel and Santana
'I Have Nothing' - Kurt
'My Love is Your Love' - New Directions