Considering how much hype there was around Glee's "The Power of Madonna," we were delighted that it didn't disappoint. With its success, series creator Ryan Murphy is now playing with the idea of an all-Britney Spears episode. We love the thought of it, and think that Britney's catchy, theatrical music would totally adapt to the Glee universe. Here are some of our picks for what each of the show's stars should sing.
Performed by: Rachel
Now that sexy Jesse is in New Directions, Rachel has plenty of time to stare at him during practice. We picture her singing this sultry song to him while she does her best to seduce him.
Performed by: Brittany and Santana
Rumors are spreading that Brittany and Santana are being promoted to series regulars, so why not let them shine while performing this skanky number? Since Santana just took Finn's virginity, it's not out of the realm of possibility that these Cheerios would want to have a three-way with him.
"You Drive Me Crazy"
Performed by: Kurt
Meanwhile, Kurt could sing this boy-crazy, anxiety-ridden song as he lusts after the football hunk.
"...Baby One More Time"
Performed by: Finn
We can see it now: Despite all of the attention Finn is getting from other girls (and Kurt) throughout McKinley High, deep down, he's still in love with Quinn. As he fondly thinks back to the good times they've shared, Finn would serenade Quinn with Britney's first single in hopes that a spark will arise in his ex's heart.
"I'm a Slave 4 U"
Performed by: Terri
In a similar, less wholesome vein, Terri would also use Britney's music for the purpose to trying to winning her lover back. Dressed in something slutty, Terri can sing Will one of the trashiest seduction songs in the whole catalog. And it will be oh-so rewarding to watch him reject her.
"I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman"
Performed by: Mercedes
Stepping away from the sexual charge of the episode, Mercedes tries to cope with her teenager awkwardness and has a touching moment of self-reflection while belting out this pop song about growing up.
"Oops! I Did It Again"
Performed by: Santana
Once again grabbing the spotlight, Santana sings a solo all about the joys of toying with boys' hearts. Perhaps her fellow Cheerios could serve as background dancers! And Santana could wear a red latex jumpsuit! Okay, we need this to happen.
Performed by: Brittany
Not to be outdone, Brittany sings a solo of her very own. Acting out a cheerleading fantasy, the blonde imagines what it would be like to be captain of the team. She can even use the song's "It's Brittany, bitch," in proper context.
Performed by: Rachel
Later, Rachel finds out that Jesse is using her; But rather than feeling sad or even humiliated, she is instead torn between her rage and her attraction to him. Naturally, the only way she can express this dilemma would be through an over-the-top performance.
Performed by: Some/All the Girls
Since every great Glee episode needs a group number, why not have a bunch of girls sing this song about sex-crazy Puck? He's totally the show's K-Fed.
"Piece of Me"
Performed by: Sue Sylvester
Jane Lynch was so fantastic in "The Power of Madonna" that she absolutely needs to have another solo. Singing "Piece of Me" through the hallways in the midst of some controversy that she herself no-doubt created, we imagine this could be Sue's next "Vogue."
Have any ideas of your own? Leave 'em in the comments, and be sure to check out the Glee musical moments we'd like to forget.
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