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Glee: Season 4, Episode 13 :: Diva

This week on Glee (Season 4, Episode 13) Kurt bursts Rachel's diva bubble when he challenges her to a midnight madness sing-off. Find out more in the Kidzworld Recap of "Diva" which aired February 7th, 2013. Back to Article

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volleyballgirl24
volleyballgirl24 wrote:
2013-02-11 08:48:03 -0800

He looks so gay I like dance moms much better than glee.

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louis'sgal
louis'sgal wrote:
2013-02-09 19:58:23 -0800

glee is my favorite show and blaine rocks the diva stage but yes tina was the right choice cause she put her pain for loving blaine behind her diva song

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cherryontop12345
cherryontop12345 wrote:
2013-02-09 15:18:02 -0800

he looks so gay

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Mafia-Princess_2211100
Mafia-Princess_2211100 wrote:
2013-02-08 19:04:34 -0800

@tubelord: Sooo true.

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luvdove425
luvdove425 wrote:
2013-02-08 16:13:21 -0800

I LOVE IT SSOOOOO M UCH

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tubelord
tubelord wrote:
2013-02-08 12:35:13 -0800

glee is long dead.... time for a new show...

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msbieber23
msbieber23 wrote:
2013-02-08 12:34:23 -0800

glee is my show

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Bruklyn_Princess101
Bruklyn_Princess101 wrote:
2013-02-08 11:16:59 -0800

wow. glee suddenly got kinda inappropriate. i was watching this last night and it was kinda uncomfortable. Frustrated

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