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Glee gets One Direction
The song to most famously appear on the singing-filled show is probably Don't Stop Believin'– originally by the band Journey.
Other featured tunes include Lady Gaga's Born This Way, Madonna's Like a Virgin and Britney Spears' Toxic.
The Sun has said that What Makes You Beautiful – which was One Direction's first single – will now get a spot on the show.
The paper's source appears to have been Glee's Matthew Morrison.
"This will probably help their record sales too," he is reported to have quipped about the move.
It appears it will be Matthew who will be singing the track – which was followed by One Direction singles Gotta Be You and One Time and was taken from their LP Up All Night.
He takes the role of Will Schuester, who teaches in the school in which Glee is set.
Published by KT.Posted on 28 Mar 2012 08:46 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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