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'Glee' premiere: The music

For its Season 2 debut, "Glee" threw "theme music" to the wind, to capitalize on the popular rap/hip-hop tunes that have been playing over and over -- and over -- on the radio, on iPods, in that "Sex and the City 2" trailer, and in my head the months.

On Tuesday's show, the best/dreamiest by far was "Billionaire," sung by super-blonde new cast member, Chord Stonestreet, and all the Glee Club Guys:



Runner up: the maybe-trying-too-hard "Empire State of Mind," just because we got to hear some of the characters (*cough* Artie *cough*) attempting to rap.

Got something "Glee"-ful on your mind? Chat with WaPo TeamTV "Glee" blogger Emily Yahr at 11 a.m. today.

By Lisa de Moraes  | September 22, 2010; 9:51 AM ET
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Fist, I wish I had your job, blogging about Glee! Second, Charice was AWESOME! When will she be headlining her own tour? Or will she be part of the Glee tour?

Posted by: changingfaces | September 22, 2010 12:10 PM | Report abuse

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