Blaine and the Dalton Academy Warblers are joined by Kurt in performing their a capella version of Train's best selling single, while Rachel and New Directions take the seat among the audience.
Darren Criss' fans are up for a treat. A brand new clip from the next episode of "Glee" has been released, and it unravels a scene wherein his character Blaine is joined by Chris Colfer's Kurt and the Dalton Academy Warblers on the stage as they cover Train's best selling single, "Hey, Soul Sister".
Like what they did to Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream", Blaine and his all-male singing group perform the song a capella with him taking the lead. Among the audience watching the performance are Rachel and the rest of the New Directions as well as their club director Will. While Puck is watching with an angry face, Rachel shows her support to Kurt by reminding him to smile.
This "Special Education" episode will air next Tuesday, November 30. After Kurt transferred to the Dalton Academy at the end of the November 23's episode, New Directions heads to the big Sectionals competition to go head-to-head against the Warblers and the Hipsters. Meanwhile, trouble brews between some of the young couples, and Emma grows closer to Carl.
In the Sectionals, the McKinley glee club will perform two songs. Quinn and Sam will do a duet of "The Time of My Life", while Santana is to perform "Valerie" as her solo number. The Warblers is covering "Hey, Soul Sister", and the Hipsters will sing "The Living Years." Another song confirmed to be covered in the episode is Florence and the Machine's "Dog Days Are Over".