So… I don’t know if you’ve heard, but Quinn and Rachel from that show, Glee? Yeah, they finally sing a duet together.
An entire season and eighteen episodes later, the protagonist and her antagonist finally have a song they can call their own. If you’re like me and have been eagerly waiting for a Rachel/Quinn duet, you’ve been waiting roughly one year and seven months. Hot damn, right?
But I’ll tell you this - it was well worth the wait. In this song, minus the show’s context (whatever it may be), you get the prettiest and most popular girl at school and the girl at the bottom of the social ladder relating to each other in ways that they never would’ve imagined. They sing a wonderfully executed mash-up which presents both their insecurities in the form of ‘Unpretty’ while adding a bittersweet touch from ‘I Feel Pretty’. Adam Anders truly outdid himself in sorting the arrangement. I can honestly say, without my bias for the ship, that ‘I Feel Pretty / Unpretty’ is easily one of the best songs they’ve ever done.
Ship it or not, I highly suggest purchasing the song if you have a buck or two to spare. :) Click through to purchase from iTunes.
- and how all the kids that got on that show were fucking dumbasses
- like seriously
- the show came on every other fucking day
- there are only three pieces of the silver monkey statue
- THE PIECES ARE THE SAME EVERY TIME
- AND YET
- every time some little shit gets to the end it’s OHHH WHICH WAY DOES IT GO
- like Kelly here
- Kelly, let me ask you a question
- what the fuck were you doing in the time between finding out you were going to be on Legends of the Hidden Temple and actually being on Legends of the Hidden Temple
- did you prepare
- did you even try
- do Moon Shoes mean nothing to you
- because every other child in America had that fucking combination of statue pieces internalized by age three in hopes of one day receiving the once-in-a-lifetime chance to put on one of those glorious t-shirts and maybe win some Sock’em Boppers or a sweet-ass pair of Skechers
- and I am just wondering why the fuck you haven’t done your part
- do you think you are too good for this
- do you hate America, Kelly
- do you
I get worried for young girls sometimes; I want them to feel that they can be sassy and full and weird and geeky and smart and independent, and not so withered and shriveled.