Kevin McHale was in his wheelchair, joining Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and the other New Direction members to perform 'Don't Stop Believing' and fan favorite 'Somebody to Love'.
Watched by their most devoted Gleeks, the cast of "Glee" invaded "The Oprah Winfrey Show" stage with two musical numbers. They opened the show with "Don't Stop Believing" on the stage that was altered to look like William McKinley High's choir room. "What are you doing in our choir room?" Lea Michele asked Oprah Winfrey.
The cast then sat down with Oprah to do an interview and revealed how the show has changed their lives. "I was known as the musical-theater girl and nobody looked at that as being cool," Lea said. "It was odd to them. They didn't understand it. They didn't understand people who did the plays or who sang. It was cool if you played sports. It was very typical. I love that our show shows we can be cool too."
Then there was the screening of a backstage footage that gave a glimpse of Neil Patrick Harris on the set. The guest star said, "I play a character named Bryan Ryan. He's a bit of a villain. So don't hate me when you watch the show." His episode will air on May 18.
Some spoilers came out too. There would be the performance of Parliament's "Give Up the Funk", very pregnant Quinn will still dance with the choir while Kurt will get his very own cheerleading costume when he joins Cheerios. The "Oprah" appearance was closed with a showdown between Matthew Morrison and Harry Shum Jr. who play Mr. Schuester and Mike Chang respectively.
- Don't Stop Believing
- Somebody to Love