The cast of “Glee” performed two a very lucky crowd at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll.
Before we get to their performances, let’s take a look at what they had to say. Once again, the cast was very talkative on Twitter about their experience Monday, April 5.
Kevin McHale: “Met the prez & fam, jk Rowling, then @msamberpriley did the most amazing national anthem w/ the obamas next 2 her: life complete.”
Dianna Agron: “Just when things couldn’t get crazier…we met Obama & family, including Beau. They couldn’t have been more charming or kind. Surreal. Ok maybe it’s Bo. Not sure, but that dog is cute.”
“Quote of the day, (said in a very pleasant way) ‘Eggs, I love eggs. I eat eggs every day.’ 10 pts to the person that guesses the source. Obama gave the egg quote. My team served him room service for a few days. He eats 5 eggs, over medium, every day.”
Cory Monteith tweeted, “inside the white house. no big deal. this was after we met the president. also, no big deal” and posted this Twitpic:
Chris Colfer: “I feel like today was a dream! I met the President of the United States, JK Rowling, and Ellen’s Mom Betty DeGeneres! so surreal!”
Mark Salling: “did today really happen?talked bball with obama, played 2 sets, 1st was rocky, live is always unpredictable, @MsAmberPRiley killed it tho”
The “Glee” cast’s set included many favorites from the show, like “Don’t Stop Believing” and “Somebody to Love,” including Amber Riley singing the National Anthem while standing by the Obama family.
Check out “Somebody to Love,” Harry Shum Jr.’s favorite from “Glee.”
Matthew Morrison also showed off his skills singing “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” with Salling accompanying him.
Salling had his chance at the spotlight with a killer “Sweet Caroline.”
And as promised, Jenna Ushkowitz singing “True Colors.”
And that classic, “Don’t Stop Believin’.”
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