'Glee': Kurt and Blaine sing 'When I Get You Alone' for Valentine's episode

glee-darren-criss-chris-colfer-christmas-320.jpgKlaine fans, "Glee" has another treat for you.

Kurt ( Chris Colfer) and his fellow Dalton Academy Warbler and mentor Blaine ( Darren Criss) will sing a duet for the Valentine's Day episode, which airs Feb. 8, reports TV Guide.

The pair will sing a cover of Robin Thicke's "When I Get You Alone" outside a GAP store, where Blaine supposedly "prepares to profess his love." Of affordable denim? A person? That's not made entirely clear.

Golden Globe nominee Colfer offer the following equally vague statement: "There might be a development."

Fans crazy for the holiday "Baby It's Cold Outside" duet have been clamoring for another Klaine collaboration. That it lands on the Valentine's episode could suggest a significant romantic step for the friends. Maybe. "Glee" is such a tease.

Anyway, here's a sampling of the lyrics, which may or may not be altered:

See all these illusions just take us too long
(Ooooh) And I want it bad..
Because you walk pretty,
Because you talk pretty,
'Cause you make me sick
And I'm not leavin', till you're leavin'

And Thicke's original video for the song. And yes, that's a sample of Walter Murphy and the Big Apple Band's "A Fifth of Beethoven," which was featured on the "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack.


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