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Lady Gaga Teases Glee's 'Born This Way' Episode

Lady Gaga Teases Glee's 'Born This Way' Episode

Check out the Glee cast’s version of Lady Gaga‘s hit song “Born This Way”!

In addition to the audio track, the 25-year-old pop star posted a 50-second sneak peek of Glee‘s “Born This Way” episode on her Facebook page.

“We’re going to do a group number by the queen of self love – Gaga. We’re going to perform the anthem to acceptance, ‘Born This Way,’” Mr. Schuester says in the clip.

Tune in for the Gaga-inspired Glee episode, which airs this Tuesday (April 26) at 8 p.m. on Fox!


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  • Riley

    As a lesbian I have to say Glee is NOT doing me any favours. Glee is so ironic. They are constantly enforcing hurtful stereotypes. Look at the overweight girl’s storyline. So insulting.

  • bran

    @Riley: Get over yourself internet troll, no one is required to “do you any favours”.

  • :)

    they meant to say the QUEEN OF IMITATION

  • love

    ^
    aw im sorry.
    you are right though. they are constantly insulting lauren and making it as if it is some divine gift from heaven that puck is attracted to her.

  • Riley

    @bran: Excuse me maybe I should have been more clear. I meant that Glee is not helping the gay community the way they claim to. Kurt, the gay character pounces on a straight male even after he refuses and is too aggressive. Santana suddenly became a lesbian in one episode and then went back to men. It was a joke. I don’t think it is helping the way people see gays. It is literally all about sex.

  • AJNano

    @Riley: Agreed. I’m a 16 year old gay guy and the way Kurt is portrayed is generally unbelievable. Funny but many straight people begin to associate gay people with those stereotypes. Plus I really wish they stopped with the autotune. Glee has become too reliant on making singles rather than doing it for the show that’s why most of the singing now is obvious autotuning but in season 1 part 1 it was better because the singing sounded more fresh and different rather than overdone with voice enhancers it makes me cringe really. :(

  • must watch
  • rachel

    how come they rarely feature true legendary songs?

  • http://justjared.buzznet.com/2011/04/08/pia-toscano-american-idols-shocking-departure/#comments Camille

    Lady Xerox needs to take the road to IRRELEVANCE..she is a wash up-poor thing

  • Belle

    Loves it can’t wait to see it They need to do Beyonce next .

  • swan

    WOW thumbs up x129999339399 for Riley. Bravo– some honesty about Glee.

  • JJ

    I don’t know if Kurt is good for the gay community but I know for a fact that Chris Colfer is good for it. On the cover of Time for being the 7th most influential person in the WORLD! In the USA, gay rights are an issue but in much of the world, Colfer at least introduces the idea that gays are actual human beings who deserve to live and not be jailed or executed.

  • JJ

    I don’t know if Kurt is good for the gay community but I know for a fact that Chris Colfer is good for it. On the cover of Time for being the 7th most influential person in the WORLD! In the USA, gay rights are an issue but in much of the world, Colfer at least introduces the idea that gays are actual human beings who deserve to live and not be jailed or executed.

  • Michaela

    @Riley: @Riley:

    Um, this show is about the trials and tribulations of high school. It’s also a satire on all the stereotypes by bringing them together in an unlikely setting and exposing sides of them that most people would not consider. Do remember that these characters are real people, but rather concepts based on characteristics of real people. Once again, high school is a time of confusion and Glee addresses as many issues as it can so everyone can relate to it.

  • jasdf;lkjf

    Pretty sure they have actually represented very accurately what a confused girl/boy would do in high school. I know from experience of friends who say they felt the exact same. To say YOU know what lesbians/gays/bis feel and they don’t is just as hypocritical as what you say Glee does.

  • S

    ok sorry but some of this sounds like karaoke. they ruined it.

  • Kat

    God am so sick of Gaga and Glee

  • lovelydee

    I don’t like it too much.

  • http://J.com kaz simply Amaazingg !!!!!!!!

    Biggest worthless ;@

  • lola

    please this nonsense needs to stop already.. I dont get it-
    why do people watch this show?? its just effing annoying.

  • mystunts

    @lola:
    so don’t watch it then…… i would have thought that’s obvious solution, while your commenting on one of its fan blog websites….?

  • m.

    @lola: Have you actually watched the show itself? The covers are a small part of it. The storylines and one liners are hilarious. It’s a really entertaining show.

  • skskj

    @Kat: amen. Im tired of glee i’ve actually watched an episode and its pure crap. They keep taking awards modern family should get just because they can sing-.-

  • 1

    i agree glee is not a good representation for people to follow. did anyone see the tater tots episode? cringeworthy.

  • Little Vampire

    personally I adore this show… it may not be a truly ACCURATE depiction of real people its close enough that it makes an impact, and the episodes that deal with specific issues (the alcohol one, sex one etc) approach these problems in a very real very attainable way for us young people (I’m 19 just to clarify). it nice that the show says “be smart” rather than “don’t do it…” but lets remember her guys…. it is just a TV show, it has its haters, and its fans, its a musical and its fun…. its primary function is ENTERTAINMENT and though Glee manages to entertain in a more thought provoking way than the average show, it is mainly to entertain, it has episode flops and character fails just like every other show in the world…. however this one (in my opinion), between the music and the plot and the characters and the messages, is really really good

  • clw11

    It’s a tv show. it’s not supposed to be truth. stop taking it so seriously and get over yourselves. If you don’t like it, don’t watch it. If you do like it, great, but everybody needs to just take it at face value. As a fictional TV show.

  • clw11

    It’s a tv show. it’s not supposed to be truth. stop taking it so seriously and get over yourselves. If you don’t like it, don’t watch it. If you do like it, great, but everybody needs to just take it at face value. As a fictional TV show.

  • MTW

    @AJNano: Hey!!!!! the KLAINE relationship is the first of its kind………..Its a Gay romantic comedy without sex…And as a gay guy, that’s what I’m looking for…….A Disney Princess kind of thing that is wholesome……Gay is OK…….Gay sex for the wrong amount and wrong motive is not OK…………

  • Summer

    @Riley: Glee doesn’t characterize it’s characters by their sexuality, but by their personalities. Kurt is not a perfect person, but that has nothing to do with being gay. Even people with different sexualities have their personality flaws, and I find it better that they made him a complex character rather than a perfect pro-gay image. As a pansexual teenager (for those uneducated, it most roughly means I care about someone’s personality, not their gender), I see this as fairly accurate to how things would be in high school. Yeah, in a public school, Lauren and Puck’s relationship would be weird, and her weight would be the first thing they associate with her. It was an episode on insecurity, and you’ll notice that on Lauren’s t-shirt, she didn’t consider her flaw to be her weight, but rather her attitude. Meaning both she and the show consider her character to be more important. But that’s just my two cents.

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