Those crazy 25-year-old kids on Glee demonstrate once more their uncanny ability to turn any song a delightful shade of vanilla, this time with a meh-tastic version of Adele's cathartic, hell-hath-no-awesomeness-like-a-woman-scorned.
Check out the scene below, in which Jonathan Groff&8217;s Jesse expresses his feelings to Lea Michele&8217;s Rachel the only way he knows how: By awkwardly re-contextualizing someone else&8217;s lyrics:
Is it deeply wrong, or can you roll with Groff and Michele&8217;s take on the song? Tell us what you think in the comments.
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