By Tim Stack
Updated July 30, 2020 at 04:02 PM EDT

It’s been rumored about for months but Fox today finally confirmed that the Glee cast will indeed be touring live this May. How psyched are you, Gleeks?! It’s only four cities but it’s still pretty cool. My big question is how this will all be structured? Like is this going to be a live version of the TV show? And it appears that there will sadly be no Matthew Morrison or Jane Lynch. It all sort of reminds me of Sesame Street Live!—did anyone else go to that as a kid? I have very fond memories. In fact, I also went to see the touring version of American Gladiators as a wee lad. It’s a toss-up whether Big Bird or Nitro were more impressive live in person.

But back to Glee: What songs are you dying to see? The announcement mentions “Don’t Stop Believin,” “Somebody To Love,” “Jump,” “Don’t Rain on My Parade,” and “Sweet Caroline.” Personally, I love the “Hate on Me” performance and would thoroughly enjoying witnessing that again in person. Also, they MUST do “My Life Would Suck Without You.”

Will you buy tickets to the Glee tour, PopWatchers? What would make the tour even better?

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