We’ve seen the promo for the episode, and now it’s time to get to work dissecting it. Take a look back over the video with us: second-by-second, frame-by-frame, and see what hidden secrets we’ve managed to uncover.
00:01 — Glee’s divas: show yourselves! We all know that plenty of the Glee kids have a flair for the dramatic, and now all of them are ready for a moment in the spotlight. Tina(Jenna Ushkowitz) struts down the hallway of McKinley in a hot pink leotard. We’ve already seen a photo from this scene, and we know from song spoilers that she’s singing Madonna’s “Hung Up.” Werk it, girl!
00:03 — “Being a diva is about finding your inner powerhouse” Okay, well we’re not sure Finn (Cory Monteith) is exactly qualified to give out advice about being a diva. But it is “Diva Week” at McKinley, and he is the glee club director. So we guess it makes sense that he’d be explaining diva-ness to the group.
00:05 — Brittany doesn’t get it, though. “I’m really confused,” she tells Sam (Chord Overstreet). This is worse than the time that my parent’s forgot me at Sears and I had to spend the night in the dryer.” Oh, Britt. Never change. (Except, we guess you should probably stop sleeping inside of household cleaning appliances.)
00:14 — Brody sets the stage. “It’s not a performance. It’s a blood sport.” Welp. That doesn’t sound promising.
00:16 — “Two will enter” Kurt stares Rachel (Lea Michele) down. “I. Blew. You. Away,” he tells her. Does this mean he won the Kurt vs. Rachel Diva-off? They’re singing “Bring Him Home” from Les Miserables. Seems like sort of a weird song to do as a sing-off.
00:21 — “Only one can survive” Santana is back, too, and thank goodness! We can’t wait to hear all three of her songs. “Please don’t tell my mom,” she tells a grim-looking Sue (Jane Lynch).
“Oh, I can’t,” Sue replies. “I don’t speak Spanish.”