If you’re in search of a new go-to karaoke song (because who isn’t?), Glee‘s ever-growing catalog features plenty of great contenders (a premature kudos to the brave soul who tackles this one) that are both silly and ambitious. Soon enough, you’ll be able to practice for your next karaoke session with the video game Karaoke Revolution Glee, available for Nintendo Wii on Nov. 9. Follow the bouncing ball by belting out your favorite songs as the 13th member of New Directions (just keep an eye out for slushies and the various tricks of Coach Sue Sylvester), or challenge your friends to your very own Diva Off. Check out EW’s exclusive look at images from the game’s versions of “Somebody to Love” and “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” (previously unreleased) below. Gleeks: Even if you already treat each new episode like your own private karaoke session, are you still excited about a Glee-based video game?

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