Glee Cast Covers The Police's \"Every Breath You Take\"
The Glee Cast has released a new cover of the classic song \"Every Breath You Take\" by The Police. The song is featured in the 16th episode of the sixth and final season of the musical comedy-drama series Glee, titled \"A Wedding\".
The cover is sung by Lea Michele (Rachel Berry), Darren Criss (Blaine Anderson), Chord Overstreet (Sam Evans), and Dianna Agron (Quinn Fabray), who are among the guests at the wedding of Brittany Pierce (Heather Morris) and Santana Lopez (Naya Rivera). The song plays as they watch the newlyweds dance together.
\"Every Breath You Take\" was originally released by The Police in 1983 as the lead single from their fifth and final studio album, Synchronicity. The song was a huge hit, topping the charts in several countries and becoming one of the best-selling singles of all time. The song is often considered a love song, but it is actually about an obsessive stalker who watches every move of his former lover.
The Glee Cast version of \"Every Breath You Take\" is available for streaming and download on various platforms, such as YouTube[^1^], Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon Music. The song is also included in the album Glee: The Music, A Wedding, which contains songs from the episode \"A Wedding\".
The song \"Every Breath You Take\" is not the only musical highlight of the episode. The episode also features performances of \"It's Beautiful\" by James Blunt, \"At Last\" by Etta James, \"Hey Ya!\" by Outkast, \"I'm So Excited\" by The Pointer Sisters, and \"Our Day Will Come\" by Ruby & The Romantics. The songs showcase the vocal talents of the Glee Cast members and their characters' emotions.
The episode also has some surprising twists and turns, such as Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) crashing the wedding and revealing that she secretly helped Brittany and Santana get married in a previous episode, and Kurt and Blaine deciding to join Brittany and Santana in a double wedding after realizing that they still love each other. The episode ends with a joyful celebration of love and friendship among the New Directions alumni and their families.
\"A Wedding\" is one of the most popular and acclaimed episodes of Glee's sixth and final season. It received positive reviews from critics and fans, who praised the performances, the humor, the romance, and the representation of LGBT characters and issues. The episode also attracted 1.86 million viewers and a 0.6 rating in the 18-49 demographic, making it one of the highest-rated episodes of the season.
\"A Wedding\" is also one of the most memorable episodes of Glee's entire run. It marks the culmination of two of the most beloved and long-running couples on the show: Brittany and Santana, and Kurt and Blaine. Both couples have faced many challenges and obstacles throughout their relationships, such as homophobia, bullying, cheating, breakups, and long-distance. But they have also shared many sweet and romantic moments, such as their first kisses, their proposals, their duets, and their support for each other. Their weddings are a testament to their love and commitment, as well as a tribute to the fans who have rooted for them since the beginning.
\"A Wedding\" also reflects the themes and messages of Glee as a whole. The show is about celebrating diversity, acceptance, and individuality. It is about finding your voice, your passion, and your family. It is about overcoming adversity, following your dreams, and having fun. The episode showcases these values through its characters, its music, its humor, and its heart. The episode also honors the legacy of Cory Monteith, who played Finn Hudson on the show until his death in 2013. Finn was a leader and a friend to the New Directions, and his memory lives on in their hearts.
\"A Wedding\" is not only an episode of Glee, but also a cultural phenomenon. It has inspired many fans to express their love for the show and its characters through social media, fan art, fan fiction, cosplay, and more. It has also raised awareness and support for LGBT rights and issues, especially in countries where same-sex marriage is not legal or recognized. The episode has been praised by various celebrities, activists, organizations, and media outlets for its positive representation and impact. The episode has also won several awards and nominations, such as the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comedy Series in 2016.