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Glee SPOILERS: Whitney Houston Tribute ‘Dance With Somebody’ Tonight

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Wanna dance with somebody? There wilbe plenty of opportunity tonight in the next hit-packed episode of ‘Glee’. But expect some tears too. And not just because each episode brings us inevitably ever closer to the graduation of some of our favorite characters. 

The Whitney Houston hits are all sneakily woven in to the plot to allow Santanna, Kurt, Rachel, Finn and Quinn a chance to say what graduation means to them, with all its excitement and fear. We can understand this, surely, as we will have a hard time saying goodbye to these guys too won’t we?

The soon to be high school graduates are not the only ones struggling emotionally tonight as a couple hits the rocks. Since there is an awful lot of talk tonight about the Will and Emma wedding, you can guess whose relationship might not be going so well.

Tonight’s episode also offers some season 4 hints. Nothing is made obvious, but it seems that the graduating students will be back for some kind of reunion before Christmas. 

Quinn makes something of a recovery tonight. At least, she manages to stand with Joe’s help.

But is there trouble afoot for Kurt and Blaine as we know Blaine sings “It’s Not Right But It’s Okay” on tonight’s episode. There have been rumors on Tumblr for a while now that Kurt does something to jeopardize their relationship. I’m worried now. But we don’t have long to be worried.

 Glee’s Whitney Houston tribute, Season 3, Episode 17: “Dance With Somebody,” airs tonight, April 24.

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