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Posted at 3:39 PM ET, 02/22/2011

'Glee' promises original tunes -- just not tonight

By Lisa de Moraes

Rachel (Lea Michele) announced on "Glee" last week that the club needs to start performing original music if they want to actually, you know, win at Regionals -- but don't expect to see any of those tunes tonight.

Original music will debut on "Glee" in the March 15 episode, Fox announced Tuesday. That will include -- you know it's coming -- a ballad sung by Rachel (shocker), called "Get It Right."

BTW, March 15 is the same episode in which Kathy Griffin stops by the show. A Fox rep confirmed her appearance, but got all coy when we asked about reports that have pegged her as playing a "Sarah Palin-esque" judge during the Regionals competition.

Meanwhile, tonight's episode -- titled "Blame It On the Alcohol" -- appears to be about everyone in and around the glee club getting fractured during Alcohol Awareness Week. Nice. Here's a preview:

By Lisa de Moraes  | February 22, 2011; 3:39 PM ET
Categories:  Glee  
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