'Glee' music: Listen to the songs from 'Girls (and Boys) on Film'

glee-415-girls-and-boys-on-film-will-emma-matthew-morrison-jayma-mays-fox.jpg
It's been a couple of weeks since "Glee" left us with a couple of rather major cliffhangers. What happened to Emma ( Jayma Mays)? Is Rachel ( Lea Michele) pregnant? Is Finn ( Cory Monteith) the father?

Maybe the musical tracks from the upcoming episode, "Girls (and Boys) on Film" will hold some answers. If not, it's at least fun to hear music from such movies as "Moulin Rouge," "Footloose," "Top Gun," "Ghost" and "Animal House."

We start with one of the biggest songs from a film, "Footloose," performed by Artie ( Kevin McHale), Sam ( Chord Overstreet), Joe ( Samuel Larsen) and the rest of New Directions.



Next up are a pair of tunes from the Baz Luhrmann musical, "Moulin Rouge." Kurt ( Chris Colfer) and Blaine ( Darren Criss) duet on "Come What May," while Marley ( Melissa Benoist) and Unique ( Alex Newell) take a medley of "Diamonds Are a Girls Best Friend" and "Material Girl."





The entirety of New Directions gets to be on hand for what has been billed as the 500th "Glee" song, "Shout" (from the film, "Animal House").



Obviously, Will ( Matthew Morrison) does track down Emma, because the two of them sing "You're All the World to Me" from "Royal Wedding."



Will also -- rather oddly -- sings with Unique on "In Your Eyes" from "Say Anything." Let's hope at least one of them thinks to bring a boom box!



In a softer moment, Jake ( Jacob Artist) and Ryder ( Blake Jenner) take on "Unchained Melody" from "Ghost." There will most likely be some pottery during this one.



Finally, Sam and Blaine go all "Top Gun" on us with "Old Time Rock and Roll" and "Danger Zone."



"Girls (and Boys) on Film" airs on Thursday, March 7 at 9pm on FOX.
 
Photo/Video credit: FOX