Glee Cast Pays Tribute to Amy Winehouse

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In honor of Amy Winehouse, the folks behind this summer's Glee concert movie have released a clip from the film.

The 3D flick will hit theaters on August 12, but the sneak peek below features Naya Rivera belting out Winehouse's “Valerie," while cast members such as Heather Morris and Harry Shum Jr. dance (incredibly!) all around her.

As for the Glee casting news that seems to change with each producer interview, visit our friends at TV Fanatic for the latest scoop.

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i love glee overall nd its my favorite show like ever but i think that bruno mars did a damn good job singing it at the vmas that was my favorite performance besides amy rip u will be missed you were such a great singer/performer overall


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i'm sorry but that tribute lacked a lot. her voice is beautiful but not to sing any amy winehouse music. she has no grit or soul. it feels like a production for disney in a theme park. btw i believe people pay attention to amy not because they're celebrating a dead celerity. more or less she was so young and so talented, she was unique a shining star and touched many many people. i think its when potential gets wasted when people get affected.


BRAVO!!! Good job guys! I've never heard that song before, or at least I didn't recognize it, but very well delivered, with a lively backset of dancers! I can see Amy smiling, knowing that her music, and her legacy, is being enjoyed by countless numbers of people. Rest easy, sweet Amy, we carry you forth.


spare me! its not a tribute its a get rich quick scheme.celebriting da dead is da biggest fashionable thing 2 do