Forget Lamb Chop's Play-Along, Glee is truly the song that never ends. Well, until Saturday night. Yes, technically, the show still has three more weeks until they, as FOX has continuously lamented, take their "final bow," but, as for live shows, the Glee cast's performance for the Family Equality Council on Feb. 28 was it. The event, as described on their website, was certainly a fitting venue for them to belt their hearts out live one last time.
Family Equality Council is proud to present its 11th Annual Los Angeles Awards Dinner, our premier West Coast event aimed at connecting the growing Los Angeles community of families headed by LGBTQ parents and supporters, as well as advancing efforts to create equality for all families.
Unfortunately, the whole entire mammoth of a cast wasn't there to perform. But, Just Jared relays that Lea Michele, Darren Criss, Chord Overstreet, Jenna Ushkowitz, Harry Shum Jr., Alex Newell, and Becca Tobin were there and they expertly took the stage to represent their significant and impactful show in a sweet, last tribute.
The former Glee clubbers partook in a spirited cover of ABBA's "Dancing Queen" and of course, conquered Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'" (at this point, with their eyes closed) in keeping with the show's tradition and obvious love of the song. In addition to witnessing history, this momentous occasion also means that we were treated to an exclusively adorable backstage picture from Harry Shum Jr., AKA Mike Chang.
Check out the videos below to jam out to two of Glee's last live performances:
"Don't Stop Believin'"
You've done good, guys. You've done good.