'Glee': Preview 'Pot O' Gold' songs + Klaine scoop

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With just T-minus four days until the first new episode of "Glee" in an entire month (ugh, a tough life we lead, guys), FOX has finally released a few clips from the episode to tide us over until Tuesday (Nov. 1), in addition to the usual Friday tracks.

First things first, we have our very first look at Damian McGinty in action as McKinley High's new exchange student, Rory. Check out his exchange with Finn below.


And on to the songs: McGinty showcases his smooth voice on a cover of the Kermit classic "Bein' Green" and the tune "Take Care of Yourself," Cory Monteith gets his classic rock on with Foreginer's "Waiting for a Girl Like You" and we presume it's the gals of the new glee club who cover Christina Aguilera's "Candy Man." You can listen to those tracks over at the official Glee the Music site.

Below, watch Darren Criss being his usual excellent self on another Katy Perry cover. This time it's "Last Friday Night," though since they're singing in the choir room we're probably not going to get another drunken night of partying from the New Directions gang.



And finally, Billboard got some scoop from Grant Gustin, who plays Sebastian, the Warbler who's going to come between Blaine and Kurt. Here's what he tells the magazine: "
He's a guy's-guy, just a dude who happens to be gay. He's a lacrosse player, he's popular. He's after Blaine, obviously, and he's also trying to take the place that Blaine had as the leader of the Warblers. He's been referred to as a villain, which I guess is true in the sense that he's going to get what he wants and he doesn't care who he steps on along the way, but he does so with a smile on his face."

Can it be Tuesday already?
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