Amber Riley, Naya Rivera, Heather Morris, Glee

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Glee returns tomorrow, so why not celebrate with a look at the episodes coming up, one of which just happens to be the big Whitney Houston tribute episode!

In these just-released photos, a couple duets to a quintessential Whitney song, a new Glee Project contestant pops up, and frenemies come together in what looks to be a pretty intense musical number…

Alex Newell, Chris Colfer, Glee

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In "Saturday Night Glee-ver," airing April 17, the Glee club will page homage to the movie Saturday Night Fever with disco-infused numbers. Plus, Glee Project runner-up Alex Newell makes his big debut. He has been described as "the love child of Kurt and Mercedes and will turn to them for much advice." But the best part of his arrival to McKinley? Jonathan Groff can't be far behind, because Murphy revealed earlier this season that Alex and Groff would share "many scenes" together leaving up the big Nationals face off. Can you stand the Groff-citement?!

Naya Rivera, Heather Morris, Glee

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In the April 24 episode, titled "Dance With Somebody," New Directions will pay tribute to the late great Whitney Houston by covering her chart-toppers. And it looks like Brittany (Heather Morris) and Santana (Naya Rivera) get the honor of performing the episode title song. Plus, what could Santana and Rachel (Lea Michele) be singing so passionately about?

Naya Rivera, Lea Michele, Glee

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What do you make of the new Glee photos? Excited for Groff to come back? That's probably a dumb question can you not be excited?! Head to the comments and let's start celebrating Glee's return tomorrow on Fox.

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