Glee’s 100th episode is being celebrated with a two-parter starting on March 14 and ending on March 25. Here are some surprises that are in store.
1. Mercedes & Rachel Take Part in a Diva Off
;News; Mercedes singing "Defiying Gravity" on Glee, 5×12 – "100" pic.twitter.com/EdbkDNZgYZ
— Gleek Fanclub (@gleederful) March 11, 2014
The girls sing Wicked’s “Defying Gravity” with Kurt.
BroadwayWorld has a first listen of the trio’s electrifying performance.
[GLEE 100 STILLS] Rachel Performing Defying Gravity #2 ♥ pic.twitter.com/sMI1HCNPvK
— GLEE 100 ♥ (@PLL411) March 14, 2014
2. Puck Returns From the Military…And Kisses Quinn
(New Still) Noah 'Puck' Puckerman and Quinn Fabray kissing in episode '100' of Glee! pic.twitter.com/r2sVsf8tzb
— Lea & Cory Supporter (@Lea_CoryForever) March 18, 2014
Puck comes back to find that the mother of his child has a new boyfriend. He sings “Keep Holding On” by Avril Lavigne.
According to Wetpaint, Quinn’s feelings for Puck are reignited after the two meet.
3. Chase Crawford Stars as Quinn’s New Boyfriend
The Gossip Girl alum makes an appearance as Quinn’s Yale-educated, preppy boyfriend, Biff McIntosh.
According to Glee wikia, he doesn’t know anything about his new girlfriend’s drama-filled past.
4. Chenoweth & Paltrow Return
— Katherine (@gleek) January 23, 2014
The divas are back to play April Rhodes and Holly Holliday.
They join the New Directions in a rendition of “Happy.” Entertainment Weekly premiered the song.
5. Santana, Quinn and Brittany Perform Their Hearts Out to ‘Toxic’
The girls, who call themselves “The Unholy Trinity,” even dressed for the part — wearing their old Cheerio uniforms.
Teen put an exclusive first listen on their site.
They are bringing out all the stops for glee 100. So many pics released ! pic.twitter.com/gZzE1Iczta
— Amy (@heyaverse) March 13, 2014
Former couple Brittany and Santana also reunite in a rendition of Amy Winehouse’s “Valerie.”
TV Line posted an exclusive video of their spunky performance.
Naya Rivera, aka Santana, posted this on Instagram to commemorate the show’s 100th birthday: