Kurt (Chris Colfer) may love his job at Vogue, but that doesn’t mean he’s giving up on his dreams of performing! He’s re-auditioning for NYADA during Glee Season 4, Episode 9: “Swan Song,” and there’s plenty of other things happening, too.
For one: Brittany (Heather Morris) and Sam (Chord Overstreet) strike up a romance — and we’re still not sure how we feel about it quite yet. Here’s a roundup of all the spoilers we’ve been able to uncover so far.
- Synopsis of Glee Season 4, Episode 9: What Happens in “Swan Song”?
FOX’s basic summary of what to expect.
- Promo for Glee Season 4, Episode 9: In-Depth Analysis of “Swan Song”
We’re breaking down the promo: second-by-second, frame-by-frame, in search of clues.
Watch a handful of scenes from the episode... before they air on screen.
- Glee Romance Alert: Is Brittany Licking Sam’s Face? (PHOTO)
Um... we are not on board with this new romance. Not in the slightest!
She's got some explaining to do!
The answer is about to be revealed.
- Glee Season 4: Which Song Will Kurt Sing for His NYADA Audition?
What do you think of his choice?
- Glee Season 4 Christmas Spoilers: Were BOTH Lea Michele and Chris Colfer Filming in NYADA’s Round Room?
Rachel’s performing for Winter Showcase, and Kurt has his big audition.
- New Glee Season 4 Character Will Be a “B*tch-tastic” Enemy to [Spoiler]
Uh oh. She’d better watch out!
Glee Music Spoilers! First Listen and Full Song List From Episode 9: “Swan Song” — Leaked
- Carson and Gaile’s “Somethin’ Stupid,” performed by Sam and Brittany
- Crowded House’s “Don’t Dream It’s Over,” performed by Finn (Cory Monteith), Marley (Melissa Benoist), Sam, Brittany, Blaine (Darren Criss) and Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz)
- Barbra Streisand’s “Being Good Isn’t Good Enough,” performed by Rachel (Lea Michele)
- “Being Alive” from Company, performed by Kurt
- “All That Jazz” from Chicago, performed by Rachel and Cassandra (Kate Hudson)
- “O Holy Night,” performed by Rachel