'Glee' does Whitney Houston: 'I Want to Dance With Somebody' tribute episode first look

glee-whitney-houston-santana-brittany.jpg While "Glee" coincidentally covered Whitney Houston during its Valentine's Day episode, which aired just days after the singer's death in February, the show has put together a full-scale tribute to the star. The "I Want to Dance With Somebody" episode is scheduled to air Tuesday, April 24 on FOX, but you can see what's in store in some new pictures.

Judging from the promo shots the network released from the episode, the McKinley High gang will tackle some of Whitney's most iconic hits (aside from "I Will Always Love You," which was sung beautifully by Amber Riley in "Heart").

Obviously they're doing "I Want to Dance With Somebody," but it appears there's also going to be a little "It's Not Right But It's Okay." And is that a diva-off featuring Lea Michele and Naya Rivera as Whitney and Mariah Carey on "When You Believe" that we see?

"Glee" has already paid tribute to Michael Jackson during Season 3. Season 2 honored Britney Spears, while the original tribute episode was devoted to Madonna.

What other Whitney songs do you want "Glee" to cover during the tribute episode?

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