With all the drama and general madness that went down in Thursday’s Glee Season 4 finale — Episode 22: "All Or Nothing" — this year’s Regionals almost seemed like an afterthought. But the New Directions performed three songs. And American Idol’s Jessica Sanchez led The Hoosierdaddies in two terrific song performances. Oh, and the Yale Whiffenpoofs guest starred as the third group!
But in the end, which of the three glee clubs ultimately took home the first-place trophy? Well, despite our firm conviction that the Whiffenpoofs were flawless — um, did you hear what song they were singing? — the boys group ended up coming in third place.
That brought everything down to two groups. The Hoosierdaddies gave two powerful performances: Zedd feat. Foxes’ “Clarity” and Little Mix’s “Wings.” Ultimately, though, it appears they just didn’t have what it takes to best the New Ds.
The McKinley High School New Directions are the winners of this year’s Regionals, and as such, they will be moving on to Nationals in Los Angeles during Glee Season 5 this fall.
It turns out that their versions of The Script’s (featuring will.i.am) “Hall of Fame” and Icona Pop’s “I Love It” really couldn’t be beat. Or maybe it was Marley’s original song “All or Nothing” that really clinched the win?
Do you think that the New Directions deserved to win Regionals, or are you a bit surprised to see things turn out the way they did? Head below to the comments and sound off.