Glee Season 4 Christmas Episode’s Best and Worst Songs — Do You Agree?
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Glee Season 4 Christmas Episode’s Best and Worst Songs — Do You Agree?

Glee manages to pack an insane number of songs into each episode, which means there will always be a few standouts, along with the inevitable dud or two. We've narrowed the performances from Season 4, Episode 10: “Glee, Actually,” down to the very best and the coulda-done-without. Do you agree with our picks?

Best Performance of the Night: “White Christmas” by Kurt and Blaine

We can’t resist a heart-tugging group number, so “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” is quite the contender. But how could we say no to a Klaine duet? “White Christmas” isn’t quite as perfect as “Baby It’s Cold Outside,” with Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) still learning to trust each other again, but it’s still great in its own right. Safe to say we’ll be “dreaming” of it for quite some time.

Worst Performance of the Night: “Jingle Bell Rock” by Sam

This performance was fun to watch, with the reindeer-esque Cheerios, but the vocals didn’t knock our socks off or maybe we should get in the Christmas spirit and say “stockings off”? Still, it might be the first time someone has proposed after singing “Jingle Bell Rock,” so we give Sam (Chord Overstreet) credit for originality. Plus, we’re quite jealous of that Cheerio who got to carry Sam in her arms. Talk about a Christmas wish come true.

I would have chosen differently.

I totally agree!

I would have chosen differently.

I totally agree!

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12.15.2012 / 04:22 AM EDT by Ryan Gajewski
Related: Glee, Music, Kurt Hummel, Blaine Anderson, Sam Evans

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