Well, well now! @msamberpriley *fans self*
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I just keep telling myself that the reason Amber Riley didn’t have a solo in the “Glee” Whitney Houston tribute episode was because she was in the studio working on her album. Or she was unavailable because she was visiting the moon or she got hives and her throat closed up after she recorded “How Will I Know” with Chris Colfer, Naya Rivera, and Lea Michele. Yes, these will be some of the many lies I will tell myself to get through the fact that Amber Riley doesn’t have a solo in this upcoming tribute episode for her idol, Whitney Houston.
Unfortunately, there are no lies I can properly tell myself to help me get through the covers of “So Emotional,” “It’s Not Right But It’s Okay,” “I Wanna Dance With Somebody,” and “I Have Nothing.”
I wasn’t all that excited and honestly happy about the ‘Glee’ tribute episode for Whitney Houston. Mostly because I didn’t believe they would be able to pull it off successfully and I was wondering was it too soon. Unsure if I will feel the same way after the episode airs next week, but I can write that I did enjoy with their rendition of ‘How Will I Know.’
How Will I Know
Oh god, it’s kind of perfect.
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Totally being self-centered here, but seeing Amber next to Naya and Finn makes me realize how truly short I am. No matter how tall I appear or I think I am, I’m really short because Amber is taller than me. I am so not happy at this moment.
We can try to understand The New York Times’ effect on man. Whether you’re a brother Or whether you’re a mother You’re stayin’ alive, stayin’ alive Feel the city breakin’ And ev’rybody shakin And we’re stayin’ alive, stayin’ alive.
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I adore this #GetGlue sticker for the April 17, 2012 episode of #Glee.